Come and experience excellent still water and river fishing. Rainbow and brown trout are stocked in most dams and streams. Enquire with our agents who will advise on the best farm accommodation that you can book.
Fishing permits for the Dullstroom dam is available at our office. Day permit: R150 Boat/float tube rent: R50 For use at Dullstroom dam and Oak Lane dam (catch and release only) Fish kept from top dam: R100kg All catches to be recorded and returned to the bailiff
Welcome to Dullstroom
A charming village nestled in the Mpumalanga Highlands. It is a mere 2.5 hours drive from Gauteng and conveniently situated halfway to the Kruger Park. Given its altitude at 2100m above sea level, it is the highest village in South Africa and has become a very popular training base for top European athletes during the summer months.
Dullstroom is known for its crystal clear dams, perfect for trout fishing and popular outdoor activities include not only fly-fishing but also hiking, mountain biking and an array of other adventure sports. The town also boasts an Ernie Els designed championship golf course.
Culture is abundant here with true culinary experiences. Numerous excellent restaurants, coffee shops, craft-beer brewery, and a world-renowned whiskey bar and eclectic pubs all form part of this relaxed village. Dullstroom supports a significant arts community – and is an escape for artists, writers and musicians. Come out and play in this unique African jewel.
Dullstroom offers a wide variety of accommodation establishments, ranging from family style to luxurious, executive standard accommodation, all at affordable prices. And this is all linked to the many varied activities in and around Dullstroom.
Stay at a family or luxury hotel, a B&B or elegant self-catering cottage in the area. Phone us with your requirements – we’ll find a place that would suit your needs and pocket. You don’t pay more – we offer the service.
South Africa’s fly-fishing capital
Only 2 hours from Gauteng
Dullstroom is arguably South Africa’s fly-fishing capital, offering excellent still water and river fishing. Rainbow and brown trout are stocked in most dams and streams. Fly fishing goes all the way back to around 200 AD. The first reference to it was written by Aelian who was born around 170 AD. Early in his life he knew nothing of the sea. In his early writing “On The Nature Of Animals” he writes about a certain way of catching fish supposedly invented by the Macedonians. For a package of farm accommodation with fishing included, contact our info offices or on telephone 013 254 0020.