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An unquenchable Birders’ paradise, Marrick Safari is a permanent or seasonal home to an overwhelming abundance of birdlife.

Regular bird enthusiasts from throughout the country, and indeed from all over the world, return frequently to Marrick in order to catch a glimpse of the African Fish Eagle or the very rare Double-banded Courser as well as a breeding pair of Blue Crane (South Africa’s national bird), returning annually to Marrick.

The Marrick Pan, when full of water, is home to both the Greater and Lesser Flamingo but is also
 a bird magnet for other large variety of water-borne species such as the Egyptian Goose, South African Shelduck or the Black-headed Heron.

We understand and recognise how passionate dedicated birders are and is a quality shared by owner Trevor.


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