Tourist Attractions in Belfast, Escarpment, Mpumalanga

Tourist Attractions near Belfast, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Steamroller in Belfast

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Ruins

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Canoeing at Lakenvlei Forest Lodge

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Things To Do in Belfast
Belfast Attractions
Battle of Berg-en-Dal: less than 5 km
Belfast Golf Club: less than 5 km
Belfast Dam: 6 km
Elandskloof Pony Rides: 25 km
Nearby Towns
Doornkop
Machadodorp

Zevenfontein Trout farm

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Mull of Kintyre

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Blue Crane Farm
Blue Crane Farm in Belfast, Mpumalanga
Blue Crane Farm is an phenomenal fly fishing destination with two beautiful manicured and well stocked trout dams. Our big dam is an impressive 9 hectares in size and has a number of jetties to make the fly fishing an even more enjoyable experience.

No prizes for guessing the nationality of the settler who named Belfast after his hometown! The South African Belfast's countryside, with its crisp, clean air, cascading waters, brooding dams and sheep and dairy cows dotting the landscape is a scene of pastoral peace.

A mere ninety minute drive from the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungles Pretoria and Gauteng, Belfast is conveniently situated alongside the main highway en route to the world renowned Kruger National Park.

The Gateway to Mpumalanga's Highlands Meander, the town is a popular destination of fly fishing enthusiasts. Belfast earned its status as "Disabled Friendly" by ensuring its fishing facilities are accessible to wheelchairs and disabled anglers.

With 7 trout stocked dams located within its municipal boundaries, fishing, boating and swimming in Belfast can be a different experience every day of the week. For the water phobic, 4X4 trails, horse riding, hiking trails or spotting any of the approximately 200 species of birds that inhabit Mpumalanga, are worthwhile alternatives. Or visit Belfast just to witness the incredible sight of the daffodils and tulips that bloom here in profusion every September.