Main Rd, Sabie 1260, Mpumalanga
Latitude: 25º 6' 0'' S
Longitude: 30º 46' 52'' E
From Nelspruit (Mbombela):
From Nelspruit (Mbombela): take the R40 in the Direction of Whiteriver (about 16km). Just before Whiteriver, turn left at the traffic light onto the "Road to Sabie" (R537). Continue on this road all the way to Sabie (48km). When you get to the T-junction, turn left and continue only 200m. We are the first Property on the right next to the Gorge.
From Hoedspruit (Marulaneng) / Tzaneen:
Continue to the J.G.Strydom Tunnel on the Abel Erasmus pass (R36) for 31km from the Hoedspruit/Tzaneen (R527/R36) intersection. Continue onwards in the direction of Ohrigstad. Turn left onto the R532 towards Graskop. This road will take you past the Blyderiver Canyon, Bourke's Luck Potholes, God's Window. Once you get to the town of Graskop, turn from Louis Trichardt str. into Hoof str. At the next stop sign, turn right into Pilgrims Way (R532) and continue for 6km. Here you have to keep Left, otherwise you will end up in Pilgrim's Rest. After this intersection continue 23km until you get to Sabie. Once in Sabie, see the map attached.
From Kruger National Park via Hazyview:
Take the R536 when exiting from Paul Kruger Gate (41km) or Phabeni Gate (20km) all the way to Hazyview. Once you get to the first traffic light, turn right onto the R40. Turn Left after about 1km onto the "Road to Sabie" (R536 the Stop Sign just after Perry's Bridge). Continue 45km to Sabie. Once in Sabie, see the map attached.
Endless Pine plantations feather the Drakensburg escarpment mountains surrounding this charming little town, with its variety of Restaurants, Pubs, Shops and treats around every corner.
Dining venues vary from a renovated Train Diner Carriage to the Sabie Brewery Co Restaurant, the infamous Wild Fig Tree, the African Elephant, Zano’s, and of course The Woodsman Pub & Restaurant.
When the exquisite Waterfalls of Sabie have taken your breath away, and you embark on the wondrous Panorama Route with all of its amazing attractions, treat yourself to a Breakfast Picnic under the trees of Mac Mac Pools, and plunge into the crystal clear mountain stream Rock Pools, just 10km out of town.
The Panorama Route offers such a wealth of spectacular attractions, it’s hard to decide which direction to take out of Sabie – the Kruger National Park being just 45km away down the twisting R536, upon which Bikers love to test their lean angles and take in the mossy, earthy smell of the riverbank as the road dips and turns, then snakes its way towards Hazyview and the Big Five.
Highlights in the area:
Blyde River Canyon
The stunning Panorama Route
Kruger National Park
An hour's drive from Sabie - the most splendid array of wild animals in their natural surroundings
The Panorama Route delivers so many different views and attractions - one has to be there to experience the absolute wonder of it all
For the Extreme Adventurers - there's the Big Swing, Waterfall Abseiling, Quad Biking, River Rafting, Kloofing, Tubing/Geckoing, Forest Cruises, Caving by Candlelight!