Virginia Farm is situated in the Eston region of Kwa Zulu Natal, predominantly a sugar cane farming area, and ideal getaway for the outdoor enthusiast and nature lovers. This region also forms part of one of the oldest conservancies, namely the Beaumont Eston Conservancy which includes pockets of pristine undeveloped land, rich in plant, animal and bird life. Pete and Lou Stainbank have opened their sugar cane farm and all its beauty for you to enjoy. Timber plantations, sugar cane fields, grasslands, indigenous bush, high sandstone cliffs, deep valleys, streams and dams.
The Virginia Farm Trails offer 65km of farm trails with about 8km of singletrack, appealing to bikers and hikers alike. Safe and fully marked routes are designed to accommodate all ages and fitness levels in a magnificent environment. There are a number of route options and shortcuts and this allows you to choose your distance and route for the day. On-site, self catering accommodation, hot showers and changing facilities and a fantastic dam and river picnic spots are available. While a small coffee shop which operates on an honesty system has coffee, tea, energy drinks and bars and a small choice of meals for the hungry visitor.
Booking for MTB & Hiking is essential email@example.com
Trails Open : Summer 6am to 6pm | Winter 7am to 5pm
Daily Rate : Adult R45 | Student or Pensioner R30 | U12 R20
Hiking and Trail Running R30
(includes the use of 80km of trails, Bike wash, Hot showers & Braai/Rest area)