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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Sabie is a picturesque little town surrounded by the Drankensberg mountain range and nestled on the banks of the Sabie river in one of the world's largest man-made forests. It originated as a gold-rush town and, in 1876, after large portions of indigenous forest were destroyed for wood required in the mines, the first commercial forest were planted.