Things to do and see during your stay at Imla Farm
A number of hiking routes, at varying levels of difficulty, are available to IMLA Farm Guests. From a casual stroll to hard hiking. Narrow funnels, sandstone hollows, open veld & majestic panoramic views. Maintenance and cleaning of parts of the Porcupine Hiking Trail, which intersect IMLA Farm property, enable hikers to enjoy parts of what might very well be named the Porcupine Plus. Whatever you do, make sure that your footwear, hat & sunscreen are ready to take you into sandstone country!
Your stay at Waterfall, a working farm in the picturesque Eastern Free State, means that you will be experiencing the very best in Agri-Tourism. Observe a diverse range of farming activities in terms of crop production and livestock farming. Explore the farms of the IMLA Farm Group and their neighbours, on foot, via bicycle or on horseback. Enjoy unforgettable natural and (agri)cultural scenery.
Endless country & farm roads. Off-road tracks. Many routes in the pipeline. This area is a cyclist’s paradise. IMLA Guest Farm is your ideal launch pad, whether you make your own journey, explore IMLA Farm’s expanding Agri-Tourism routes, or partake in a local race, like the 3 Mountains race, staged in March of each year.
San Rock Art
San rock art, also known as Bushmen paintings, are to be found in various IMLA Farm sandstone hollows. Enjoy searching and finding these archeological treasures!
One of the most pleasant and refreshing ways to enjoy nature and all its treasures, is on horseback through the koppies of the Free State. IMLA Farm’s horses are suited to riders at all levels of experience. Seasoned handlers are available for beginners.
Birdwatching, or birding, is a form of wildlife observation in which the observation of birds is a recreational activity. It can be done with the naked eye, or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars and telescopes. Birdwatchers’ abundance, steenbuck, hedgehogs, rhebuck, dassies, jackal and more.