In the 'hood, Sabie as a destination

Sabie is a tranquil and attractive malaria-free town situated in Mpumalanga in South Africa. Sabie lies in the centre of one of the largest man-made forests in the world. The town is named after the Sabie River which is well known for its fearful crocodiles as well as harsh currents. Sabie originated as another gold rush town, all due to an accidental discovery during a picnic in 1895. A ... cont.

Cnr. of Main Street and Glynn Avenue, Sabie, 1260, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Directions to Jock Sabie Lodge

Route 1:
From Pretoria take the N4. From Jo’burg take the N12 and join the N4. Follow the N4 to Witbank and Middelburg, turn off at Belfast R540 to Dullstroom and Lydenburg. From Lydenburg follow the R37 down to Longtom Pass into Sabie. Drive into town and at T-junction turn left, pass the Wimpy on your left. Turn left at first stop and you’re there. On this route there is one tollgate between Witbank and Middelburg.

Route 2:
From Pretoria take the N4. From Jo’burg take the N12 and join the N4. Follow the N4 to Witbank, Middelburg, Machadodorp and Watervalboven. Pass the Ngodwana paper mill on your left. Turn left at the R539 towards Sabie. Follow the road in to Sabie. Drive into town and at the T-junction turn left, pass the Wimpy on your left. Turn left at the first stop and you’re there. On this route there are two tollgates.

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