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Make The Sabie House your base for the large number of activities that take place in and around Sabie, throughout the year. Details of these activities are contained in the Information Booklet in the House and can also be available on www.sabie.co.za. These include:

Mountain Biking - The mountainous environment of Sabie makes it the ideal destination for this sport. Enjoy family rides, training rides and training camps. In addition to the well known organized Mountain Bike races in Sabie, such as The Sabie Experience and The Sabie Classic; Sabie also offers both self guided day trails and overnight trails. For these a permit is required.

Day Walks - (Permits required) Enjoy the flora and fauna on foot. The stillness of the forests, the flow of the water along the many streams and the striking plumes sent up by the waterfalls. Day walks offered include, the Forest Fall Nature Walk; the Loerie Trail; the Secretary Bird Walk and Misty Mountains Trails to name just a few.

Over-night Hikes - (Book through Komatiland) The hikes in and around Sabie are for the more experienced energetic hikers and in most instances are classified as difficult. There are a number of 2 night trails such as the Hartebeesvlakte Trail and the Bridal Veil Trail. The 5-night Fanie Botha trail covers approximately 58km!

Touring the Arts and Crafts venues including lead glass studios; wooden craft makers; jewelry designers; pottery studios; lampshade makers; quilt work; and a number of the local curio stands near the waterfalls.

Short day-trip drives from Sabie. A number of routes and their points of interest have been identified and are available on www.sabie.co.za. These include, inter alia, the Sabie River Route with points of interest including Lord Milner’s Bridge, Huntingdon, Ceylon House, Cork Oaks, Long Tom Route with Devil’s Knuckles, Blue Swallow Nesting Site, Klingbiel Nature Reserve and Robbers Pass as some of the points of interest. The Big-5 Route includes Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, Cheetah Breeding Centre and the Kruger National Park.

Other interesting activities include abseiling at the Sabie waterfall; Ballooning from Hazyview; Bird watching; Boating; Batting; Caving; Fishing; Flying; Gold Panning; Horse Riding; Tubing down the Sabie River.

Geocaching: So what is Geocaching and what does it have to do with The Sabie House? Geocaching, according to the The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site at www.geocaching.com, “is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment. ”Why not use The Sabie House as your base, to not only enjoy the splendours of the surrounding environment, but also to have some fun finding the +- 131 geocaches in and around Sabie. To whet your appetite here are descriptions of some of them - again taken from www.geocaching.com:

Sabie Saunter by Fish Eagle
Olde Sabie by taeros
Pop the big question by taeros
What a wonderful world by Team Katsie
Sabie Bushman Paintings by DiePienaars
Klipkraal Cache by M@X Meerkat
Sabie Horse Shoe Falls by Reinhard
It’s a Bug’s Life by TAM Otters

I hope that you also find the time to enjoy the changing scenery from the
deck of The Sabie House.
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