About Visit the Makana Botanical Gardens

Head off to the Makana Botanical gardens on a week-day morning when few people are around.

You can enter after passing through the Rhodes University's Eden Grove. You can hope to see Cape weavers, greater double-collared sunbirds, red-winged starlings, yellow-fronted canaries, bronze mannikins, rock kestrels, grey sunbirds, olive woodpeckers and southern black flycatchers, as well as the African harrier hawk, lesser honeyguide and Klaas's cuckoo.

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WhereFrom Somerset Street, turn up the road between the Natural History and Cultural History sections of the Albany Museum; the main gates to the gardens are on the left, soon after you pass the Eden Grove section of Rhodes University in Grahamstown.

WhenPlease enquire.

How muchPrices on request.

Telephone+27 (0)46 603-8240

OvernightThe closest town is Grahamstown, in Eastern Cape

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