The Kruger National Park is one of Southern Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuaries while the Panorama Route - set along Mpumalanga’s escarpment - is home to the Blyde River Canyon, the world’s third-largest canyon. Settled amid this natural beauty on a working avocado and macadamia nut farm is Highgrove House.
Built at the end of the 1900s, this colonial farmstead lies in a hidden pastoral setting with sweeping views over the Mpumalanga Lowveld valley. Offering exquisite accommodation and award-winning cuisine, this is a haven of tropical tranquillity that seamlessly meshes modern amenities and old-world charm.
Perfect as a base from which to explore the wonders of the Panorama Route, the Kruger National Park and the many attractions of the region, like Pilgrim’s Rest and God’s Window, return to Highgrove House for a wander in the tropical gardens and among the purple-flowered jacaranda trees, a refreshing dip in the pool and for sumptuous meals and impeccable service.