South African Serenity found at Valley of the Rainbows

Discover a peaceful valley between mountains at the edge of the escarpment of the misty Drakensberg Mountains. Surrounded by indigenous forests and lakes lies Valley of the Rainbow. The Estate is in a Malaria-Bilharzia free area with a mild climate and is conveniently located as an overnight stop to the Kruger National Park and the lowveld region.

Companies and groups will find Valley of the Rainbow the perfect venue for strategic planning sessions, small conferences, hosting of clients and team building.

The Accommodation at Valley of the Rainbow is in Luxury Suites in the Manor House, Superior Double Bedrooms in the Country House or in luxury serviced Tent Chalets.

Guests can participate in organized outdoor activities including fly-fishing in the river and lakes for the elusive rainbow and brown trout, shooting, horse riding and canoeing.

Non-fishing guests will appreciate the tranquility and natural beauty of the setting. The mountains invite guests to go wandering along the walking trails on which one can expect to find a variety of small game including grey duiker, Steenbuck, Grey Reebok and vervet monkey, over 200 species of birds and abundance of wild flowers and plants.

Valley of the Rainbow nestles in a secluded valley between the mountains near Dullstroom, Mpumalanga, approximately 2? hours drive from Johannesburg/Pretoria. The venue is ideally situated for short outings and day trips.


Guided historical tours to Mapoch`s Caves, cultural tours to Boshebelo Ndebele Cultural Village and birding tours to the Verloren Vallei Nature Conservancy, to see the nearly extinct blue crane, can be arranged. Valley of the Rainbow is a short drive from Dullstroom, the picturesque fly-fishing village with a variety of shops and restaurants.

Day trips can be planned to visit Mpumalanga`s famous panoramic sights such as Bourke`s Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon, God`s Window and Pilgrim`s Rest.