± 3 054 Ha Game Reserve & Lodge, Louwsburg Road, Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal
URGENT AUCTION- DECEASED ESTATE
Amyra Game Reserve
Extent of Game Farm ± 3 054 Ha | Fully fenced and electrified by solar energy | Serves international hunting market | Abundant wildlife | Accommodation for 10 hunters in safari camp | 2 Rivers passing the property | Well managed and maintained
This is an Urgent Deceased Auction Matter and the Executor will look at any decent AUCTION offer.
Amyra Game Reserve is a 3 054 Ha commercial game reserve situated ± 50 km from Vryheid en-route to Louwsburg, KZN.
The reserve is divided into two portions a ± 2 820 Ha high fenced game area with no internal fences and a ± 230 Ha unfenced area, the two portions are divided by the D230 District Road.
The high fenced game area is used for plains game breading and sport hunting by local and international clients. As the reserve is a registered commercial game reserve hunting takes place year-round.
The reserve consists of 70% grassland and 30% bushveld, due to the very diverse vegetation on the reserve a huge variety of plains game can be kept on the property. The reserve currently houses 18 huntable species.
The reserve also houses a huge variety of birdlife and other mammal species, due to the constant flow of the Mkuze and Mthazi rivers though the reserve, small streams and springs.
On the reserve there is a workshop, skinning area, two guard huts, one viewing deck and rondavel as well as a camp site with two bathrooms. The area has about 72km of roads for game viewing and hunting.
Amyra Game Lodge situated inside the reserve on the banks of the Mkuze river, has five tented safari en-suite chalets housing up to 10 clients. The main lodge has a kitchen, dining area, bar, braai area, sundeck and swimming pool.
The lodge lighting is solar powered, water heating and refrigeration is gas operated. Water supply to the lodge is from the Mkuze river.
Latitude: -27°45"21.74' (-27.756039) & Longitude: 30°47"30.96' (30.791933)
Vryheid is a coal mining and cattle ranching town in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Vryheid is Afrikaans and stands for "freedom".
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