Ausdaver Guest Farm is situated between the Mpumalanga's Highlands Meander and the Mpumalanga's Panorama Route.
The Highlands Meander is a nature lover's paradise, boasting South Africa's premier fly-fishing mecca, some of the sub-continent's rarest birds, best rock climbing, and most spectacular wild flower displays -- all just two-hours drive from the metropolitan centres of Gauteng and Mozambique.
Surrounding areas of Lydenburg (25km away from the farm) is also home to Africa's only breeding community of wild Black Leopard, who haunt the wild mountain ravines and streams that characterise the Highland Meander.
The region's diversity and string of quaint historic towns have made it a popular weekend hideaway for city dwellers seeking to escape the daily hustle and bustle and who eagerly visit Lydenburg and Dullstroom for South Africa's best trout and fly fishing.
The town's stone lodges nestle along cool trout dams and streams, where bright yellow arum lilies and 120 other species of indigenous wild flower carpet the region in a kaleidoscope of colour every spring.