Experience the charm of the Sabie area with its crisp mountain air, misty
waterfalls and typical Lowveld hospitality Tastefully furnished and serviced,
each chalet consists of a dining/living room with
TV, two bedrooms, bathroom and toilet, kitchenette with electric stove and
refrigerator, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans. Bed-linen and towels
provided. Own braai and carport.
All self-contained - fridge, stove, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans.
Bed-linen & towels, TV, braai and carport.
The Loggerhead Restaurant - famous for its trout & hospitality. Mini-golf,
swimming, table tennis, roller-skating (own skates), trout-fishing.
Central to the
escarpment - waterfalls, hiking, fishing, riding... Close to the Kruger
Park, Pilgrim's Rest and Blyde River Canyon.
DSTV available - please bring your own smart card.
area was popular as a camping and resting place for huntersand explorers
long before the discovery of gold. The Sabie river, originally known as
'ULUSABA' (the river of Fear) flows through the town. It obtained its
original name from the raging waters and many crocodiles in the river.
Sabie is situated in a valley surrounded by mountains, MountAnderson
2284m and Mauchsberg 2115m tower above the town.
Gold was discovered in Sabie by H. T.
Glynn during a shooting practice with friends, when a stray bul1et
chipped a rock, revealing gold. This led to the discovery of a rich reef
and the establishment of the town of Sabie. Initially the indigenous
trees were chopped down for use as props in the mines, but fortunately
commercial tree planting had been started as early as 1876, which proved
useful as the inevitable shortage of timber was soon apparent. The
continued planting of Eucalyptus, Black Wattle and various Pines has led
to one of the greatest man made forests in the world and one of the