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.

30 Plaaswaterval, Sabie, 1260, Panorama Route, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Directions to Sabie River Camp

To Sabie from Johannesburg Airport (distance 320km):
Take the R21 direction Boksburg. Then change over to the N12 direction Witbank. The N12 becomes the N4. From the N4 you take the turnoff left to Belfast onto the R540 to Dullstroom and then to Lydenburg. In Lydenburg take the R37 via the Long Tom Pass to Sabie.

How to find us in Sabie:
Driving into Sabie from the Long Tom Pass, you cross over the first 3-way stop and at the next stop street (in the centre of town) you turn left (direction Graskop). Immediately after the bridge (as you exit Sabie), turn left and follow the gravel road for 300m - our entrance gate is on your left.

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