Sabie lies on the slopes of Mount Anderson surrounded by forests, waterfalls and mountains and on the The Panorama Route. The town was established in 1900 by gold diggers in search of fame and fortune.
The climate and conditions in this beautiful area are ideal for the forestry industry and Sabie is surrounded by the largest manmade forestry area in the country.
Sabie is a tranquil, malaria-free holiday destination that caters for the whole family - with hiking & back packing, fly fishing, mountain biking, horse riding, white-water rafting, rock climbing & abseiling, bird watching, 4x4 trips, sightseeing, and shopping for African arts, crafts & curious.
Sabie is a popular tourist destination with breathtaking nature scenes and spectacular water falls in pristine mountain streams. About 40 accommodation establishments cater for the full range of accommodation preferences.
Enjoy a stroll through town with coffee shops, beer gardens or restaurants, whilst the village shops cater for all the visitors needs.Often regarded as the culinary hub of the surrounding area, the town offers from classy to lively pub-style restaurants with garden terraces.
Sporting activities include hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, fishing, swimming in natural pools with picnic area at Mac Mac Pools as well as golfing, bowling and squash at the Sabie Country Club.
Sabie is less than four hours drive from the Johannesburg International Airport, a relaxing hour's drive to & from the Kruger National Park, and within minutes from a number of spectacular waterfalls in pristine mountain streams.
Tel: (013) 764-1241
25 06' South
30 47' East