The world-renowned Panorama Route is a fusion of Africa's most beautiful natural landscapes. The route and meanders through town including Sabie, Graskop,the historic town of Pilgrim's Rest and other fascinating spots. Along the route expect to see God's Window, Wonder View, the Pinnacle, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the Three Rondawels.
There are also are numerous spectacular waterfalls including Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls and Mac Mac Falls, Lone Creek, Forest Falls, Sabie falls and more, along the route. The Blyde and Treur River also flow along The Blyde River Canyon. Where the two rivers meet, an impressive geological structure known as Bourke's Luck Potholes can be found. The structure is a grouping of large potholes.
This route is home to a number of wildlife species such as kudu, bushbuck, bushpig,grey & red duiker, monkeys, bushbabies and black-backed jackals. If you're looking to explore the Panorama Route, Sabie Self-Catering Apartments is an excellent base for you.
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The imposing 68m high Lone Creek Falls, is a national monument and a well known landmark in Sabie. Take a lovely 60m walk through an indigenous forest to the foot of the falls. The footpath can be slippery when wet and is Semi-wheelchair friendly (assistance will be needed) The picnic area has lush lawns and magnificent shade trees, braai (barbeque) and toilet faciliteies. Curio stalls are located on the terrain. The falls are about 9km from Sabie on the Old Lydenburg Road.
Entrance fees are charged per person in cash.
Current rate is R30.00 per person (9 December 2019)
They are currently improving facilities to be compliant with COVID-19 protocol - Closed until further notice.
As the name implies, these spectacular 30m high falls resemble a beautiful bridal veil. A short 750m walk uphill through an indigenous forest leads to this waterfall. (not wheelchair friendly) Toilets are available at the parking area and a nominal entrance fee is charged to view the falls.
From Sabie, follow the Old Lydenburg Road for 2km. Turn right at the York Timber Sawmill/Bridal Veil falls sign and continue, over the Ceylon bridge, for about 3km (this road becomes a dirt road towards the end)
The closest entrance gate to Kruger Park is Phabeni Gate.
Approximately 58km from Sabie Self Catering Apartments.
A beautiful road to travel to Hazyview, a quick right, quick left and you are on the door step of the Kruger.
Note: The is a maximum number of visitors that can enter the park daily. In busy times such as school holidays and long week ends, it is advisable to book in advance for a " day visit".
Contact our local information office on 013 590 5452
The series of caverns called the Sudwala Caves are one of South Africa's major attractions. The caves are believed to be about 2 000 million years old and contain not only stalagmites and stalactites, but also the fossilized remains of 'collenia' a form of algae that it is believed life on earth evolved from”