Experience an Inviting Escape
in a Serene Landscape
Silverstreams

Our History

A dream come true

The name “Silverstreams” is derived from the many water streams that run throughout the farm. Dating back to the late 1800’s, the original owners and the description of the property are documented in the first original title deeds grant registered on the 1st January 1910.

Silverstreams, farm no. 12095, is situated in the Southern Drakensberg mountain range in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province. In it's full extent the farmland measures 1,020 Acres / 27 Perches.

On the western boundary of the farm, lies the division between South Africa and Lesotho. The two countries are linked by the Bushman’s Nek border post. The Southern, Northern and part of the Eastern boundaries are state land and are presently managed by the KwaZulu Natal Conservation services.

The 5-day National hiking trail, 'The Giants Cup', which starts at Sani Pass ends at the SILVERSTREAMS resort.

Silverstreams is situated approximately 36km from the nearest town, Underberg. Underberg can be reached on the D2 district road to Bushman’s Nek border post and police station.

Silverstreams now falls within borders of the Maloti Park “world heritage site”, which were established in 2002. SILVERSTREAMS is one of the very few privately owned properties zoned for development of tourism accommodation inside the park.

Join the Silverstreams team on an outride with their beautiful paint horses and explore the hidden paradise they have settled in just beneath the iconic Maloti Drakensberg Mountain-range. Once you see the view, the nature and the friendly people, you won’t wonder for a second why they decided to choose Silverstreams as their home.

So don’t hesitate, come see for yourself why the people have fallen in love with this uniquely beautiful and serene part of the world.