The trout, tulip and granite capital of Mpumalanga has become the gateway to the escarpment and the Highlands Meander. A major attraction to this sub-alpine town is the "flower farm" - an unforgettable sight in September when tulips and daffodils are in full bloom. Belfast's black granite, originating from one of only two open quarries in the world, has become known as the purest deposit internationally. But ultimately, Belfast is renowned for its fly fishing. The spectacular Rapids Waterfall, is part of the picturesque surrounds enjoyed by fisherfolk and hikers alike.
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Fins Estate, Belfast.
The old farmhouse is situated between old pine and blue gum trees and can accommodate up to twelve people, while a beautiful park-like garden surrounds it. The eleven well-stocked dams are beautifully situated next to a pine forest, and along a 2km stretch of the Elands River. A cozy cottage set in a pine forest offers a beautiful view down the escarpment and provides accommodation for six. Tel: 976 3497 Fax: 011 976 3497 Cell: 082 452 5323
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Rapids Hiking Trail, Belfast.
This trail is situated near Belfast in a picturesque area. Characteristics are the overall presence of many ravines, gullies and rapids ending in a waterfall of 58 metres. Birdlife is plentiful, including Black Eagle, Bald Ibis, Bush Blackcap. No person has the right to enjoy and use what nature has to offer without accepting the responsibility of protecting our natural heritage.
Tel: (013) 253-1304 Fax: (013) 253-1304 Cell: 082 940 1449
Silver Forest Guest Farm, Belfast.
Semi-luxury farm house and caravan stands with electricity, security, TV, fireplace, Black Bass dams, horseriding and hiking. Tel: (013) 253-0714 Fax: (013) 253-0185 Cell: 082 423 7822