The Mpumalanga Highlands Meander, within South Africa is situated in the higher reaches of the escarpment and it is sandwiched between the Cultural Heartland and the panorama route regions.
A string of quaint historic towns make the Highlands Meander a popular weekend breakaway for city dwellers. Hamlets such as Dullstroom-Emnotweni, with its quaint stone lodges and cool trout dams and streams, has become renowned for its trout and fly fishing, its crisp air and popular log fires burning all year round. Belfast being the gateway to the meander, is not only known for its fishing but for its brilliant array of hues when the daffodils and tulips bloom each September - that's the time to join in the fun at the annual Trout/Tulip festival! Read More