The land of forests, animals, waterfalls and amazing views. The small town of Sabie nestles in a deep green valley surrounded by the northern Drakensburg Mountains. The town has a colorful history dating back to the gold rush of 1871, but these days Tourism and Forestry are it’s lifeblood. Both local and international visitors are attracted by the magnificent scenery, many waterfalls, abundant amenities and perfect location to all the wondorous attractions of the Panorama and Lowveld.
The Old Trading Store,Hitching Post,Jock Waymarker,St Peter’s Aglican Church
Cermanic Tile Panels,Cork Oak Tress,The Forestry Museum,Ox Wagon
Huntingdon Residence,Lord Milner Bridge,Williams Memorial Gardens & Sabie Falls,Ceylon House