Southern  Africa - South Africa - Mpumalanga
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Doornkop Fish & Wildlife Reserve (Shareblock) (P6477A)

Farm Doornkop 420
Off the R36
Carolina district
Phone number: +27 10 500 6100
GPS: 25° 53' 24.66'' S 30° 12' 14.70'' E
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Bush / Nature / Wildlife
Location: Southern Africa - South Africa - Mpumalanga

The malaria-free Komati Valley is home to this magnificent game reserve. Venture a little further afield to see archaeological ruins and waterfalls. Ten dams make this a fly-fisherman’s dream.

About the resort: Doornkop is situated in the beautiful, malaria-free Komati Valley and offers excellent flyfishing opportunities, with the Swartwaterspruit and Komati River running through the reserve and ten well-stocked trout dams. Enjoy game viewing on foot, horseback or in the comfort of your own vehicle on this game reserve. Fly fishing equipment available for hire; fly shop on site. In Winter, trout fishing in dams. In Summer, yellowfish fishing in rivers. Strictly fly fishing only (R200/kg for all fish kept). Game and bird viewing: Plains game including a large variety of bird species. There have been sightings of the short-tailed pipit during certain months of the year. Visit the waterfalls on hiking trails. General information: There is a small shop on site. Games room and playground for kiddies available. Alternative contact numbers: 063 818 3364

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      Check-In Information
      Friday, Monday at 4:00 PM
      Check-Out Information
      Friday, Monday at 10:00 AM

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