Nestled in South Africa’s verdant province of Mpumalanga, Sabie sits unassuming at the base of the majestic Drakensberg mountain escarpment. Situated along the banks of the Sabie River, from which the town gets its name, Sabie is a town full of history, legends and wonder.
Sabie is known for its hiking, 4x4 trips, water-rafting and many other adventure activities. Mountain-bike trails through the dense pine forests are a major tourist attraction, enticing adrenalin junkies from all around the world. It is also home to the Noon to Moon endurance relay race, which sees three teams battle for a gruelling 10 hours.
Choose from one of Sabie’s breath-taking hiking trails or daytrips to get the most of what the luscious landscape has to offer. Be treated to cascading waterfalls and lush vegetation as you go about your Sabie exploration.
About 10kms outside of the town, you’ll find the Lone Creek Falls, which is one of the area’s popular attractions. Only 65kms from the Kruger National Park, Sabie is a prime wildlife destination. Enjoy game drives and bird-watching like no other at venues like the Sabie Sabie Private Game Reserve- a spectacular venue and popular destination that captivates visitors with its luxurious finishes and close focus on wildlife conservation.
Sabie is situated in close proximity to the wonders of the Blyde River Canyon, and sensational panoramic viewpoint, God’s Window. Labelled one of the most scenic vantage points in South Africa, God’s Window is an absolute must-see when visiting the town of Sabie.
Sabie accommodation has something for everyone! From guest houses to safari lodges, as well as the wide range of Sabie self-catering accommodation – whatever it is you’re looking for, we’ll make sure you find it.