Aloe farm

Aloe farm

On the R104 - very close to Hartbeespoort. Is an Aloe nursery which has an indigenous garden that is open to the public as well.


No need to book. The indigenous garden is open to the public and is free of charge. In mid-June – at the height of the flowering season of the Aloes it can get quite busy with many photographers who arrive from early in the morning when the bee-eaters are at their most active. There are breeding colonies of white fronted bee eaters nesting in the mud wall at the back of the nursery.

Photo opportunities / Highlights

Many – sunbirds / bee eaters / other nectar feeders and also many insects on the flowers. Is a fabulous outing