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Our little Camp with 4 Chalets, a communal outside kitchen, the Braai/Lounge area, outside braai area, Stinkwood (the ablutions) and "die Bosvark", the traditional African Boma.

The farm is situated on the Mpumalanga Drakensberg Escarpment and so it is the colder, upper part of the Komati River that splits the farm in two, with the valley rising to both sides. The river is at about 1230 meters above sea level, whereas the highest parts of the farm are at 1860 meters above sea level. This makes for a huge difference in topography, scenery, vegetation, animal life and even climate! Yellow Fish, both small- & large scale, are found in the river and Highveld game species like Klipspringer, Oribi, Grey Rehbok and Mountain Rehbuck lives on the higher parts.

There are no words to describe the absolute unique beauty of this part on the property. Only once surrounded by the formidable Sand Stone Rock Formations and the odd shapes and weird creatures they evoke from the mind's eye, can one truly appreciate this wonder of nature.

To give you an idea of what it's all about .. click the pic See the Accommodation the well stocked Trout dam the Komati river where Yellowfish can be caught & the kids can play and laugh! the beautiful panoramic views of the Mpumalanga Drakensberg Escarpment.
Virtual mind traveling to far away places ...
We normally stock both pan-sized and trophy fish in April or May of each year, but see to it that there is always a splash in the water all year round... Currently there are a lot of feisty little Rainbow Trout between 500g and 1kg, but hold on to your rod tightly since a big old fatty Rainbow of 3.3kgs might just tuck on the other end. And if that is not fear inducing enough, there are also Brown Trout in excess of 3.7kgs!
As an alternative to our Camp Site, we also offer a Luxurious House to those guests of ours who might look for the more sophisticated type of accommodation

Some of the happenings at the waters