Experience the picturesque beauty of nature in and around Sabie – a small country town nestled in the majestic Drakensberg escarpment mountains.
The name Sabie is derived from the Tsonga word “Ulusaba” which means “fearful river” because the river was once teeming with dangerous Nile crocodile.
Its main industry is forestry. The plantations surrounding Sabie form one of the world’s largest man-made forests.
There are many attractions in and around the town itself. Of these the most popular is the Lone Creek Falls about 10 km outside of town.
There are many other waterfalls in the area, such as Maria Shire, Horseshoe, Forest Falls, and the Sabie River falls situated within the town itself.
The town of Sabie offers much more than just the traditional sport & recreation facilities. The in- and outdoor facilities cater for both the adventure and the sports enthusiast and promises great fun and entertainment for the whole family.
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