There are so many reasons to love Dullstroom.

For those looking for accommodation in Dullstroom, there is much to choose from. For high holidays and the festive season it is advisable to book really early as this is a popular spot for day trippers from Jozi and Pretoria.

Nature lovers are in for a treat – wild flowers green, green vistas stretching as far as the eye can see; plus the sunsets are quite memorable.

Dullstroom is a chilly spot even at the height of summer, although this just adds to the charm because it is a great excuse to chat around a cosy fire sipping cocktails, beer or wine, connecting with family and friends.

The quirky, picturesque town is en-route to the Kruger National Park, but the most interesting fact of all is that it is the highest village in South Africa, situated at 2 100 m above sea level.We equate Dullstroom with trout fishing, but there is much, much more to this sleepy spot than fishing only, as this breath-taking part of the world is a haven for many creatives.

If you are a lover of fine food, Dullstroom is the place to be. Discover gastronomic delights at the numerous bespoke eateries and quaint little restaurants where you can eat your fill.Architecture of local buildings is usually typically country with stone and wooden log homes presenting a plethora of lodges, quirky village shops, restaurants and more to enjoy at one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Mpumalanga.