Verlorenkloof is a holiday destination on a 1600ha working farm in the heart of the trout triangle in Mpumalanga, offering a variety of nature-centered activities for the discerning traveler.
Situated in a secluded valley along the eastern escarpment of the province, the Crocodile River forms a natural border to the Estate. The land then sweeps up through wetland and open grassland to the forested kloofs of the Steenkampsberg and the Dullstroom highlands, creating a biodiverse landscape that is a joy to visit in any season. Verlorenkloof is surrounded by a settled and strongly custodial farming community offering peace, quiet and a tangible level of safety and security.
The estate is in a malaria free area and with over 25 years of tourism experience, a stopover promises the ideal launch for your African adventure.
23 Spacious, free standing stone & thatch crofts, sleeping 6 or 10 people (majority en-suite).
Our main lodge area, coffee shop and deli ensure we are well equipped with catering options, from self-catering, full board catering and food services to pre-prepared meals and groceries.
The Estate offers many layers of outdoor activities and experience, all in a landscape of extraordinary beauty and rich biodiversity in which you can engage at your own pace.
At Verlorenkloof Farm we have gone back to a time when dairy farmers produced yoghurt from full fat milk, adding just a pinch of cultures and straining it by hand to produce an all-natural plain double cream yoghurt.
Ownership at Verlorenkloof is in perpetuity, either in a syndicated croft which offers you two or four weeks per year allocated on a flexible preference basis, or you may choose to own one or more fixed seasonal weeks.