Panorama Route - The Town of Sabie

Posted by Ryan and Michelle on Sun May 24, 2015.

Sabie is a forestry town situated on the banks of the Sabie River in Mpumalanga, South Africa. The name Sabie is derived from the Tsonga Shangaan word "Ulusaba" which means fearful. Sabie is surrounded by one of the world's largest man-made forests.

Our stop on the Panorama route today is the town of Sabie.  If you have had had your fill of Waterfalls, pop into this town for some adventure or relax and enjoy a beer at the Micro Brewery.  If beer is not your fancy, it’s a must to stop for Pancakes!

Mackers is 22kms from the Town of Sabie on the Panorama Route

Sabie - arguably the best mountain biking destination in South Africa - is the ideal springboard for both novice and accomplished mountain bikers to practice this sport in a secure environment amidst breathtaking scenery.  Sabie offer both the competitive and the casual mountain biker a wide range of expertly guided and well marked self-guided mountain bike trails.

Sabie Brewing Company

Located in a roadside heritage building, the Sabie Brewing Company is dedicated to creating the finest hand-crafted beers, complemented by delicious food – all made and delivered by local people with a thirst for perfection.

Petena Pancakes

This restaurant offers fabulous views of the area, whilst enjoying delicious pancakes!