Sabie - Panarama Route South Africa

Sabie is a small town that lies on the Panarama Route in Mpumalanga South Africa. Sabie like so many of the towns in the area originated as yet another gold rush town. From the summit of Long Tom pass the Sabie River flows through a handsome valley to a waterfall where the town of Sabie has been built. The river’s name is from the Shangaan word meaning ‘fearful’ referring to the crocodiles and sudden floods that formerly made this river dangerous. Nowadays the trout fishermen are attracted to its fast flowing waters. 

 

Sabie - Panarama Route South Africa This lovely little town of Sabie has some wonderful hotels and guest houses and excellent restaurants such as the Loggerhead and the Fig Tree, serving up fresh local trout as a speciality. The Sabie area is scenically stunning with so many outdoor activities it is hard to choose from mountain biking, horse trails, picnics at the top of a waterfall or hiking to the base for a cool dip in the crystal clear pool. If you are going to stay overnight outside Kruger National Park, Sabie is a perfect place to rest up and enjoy the scenery.

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