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Timber, gold, waterfalls and breathtaking scenery make Sabie one of the most interesting bases for those wishing to do business in a tranquil, yet convenient, atmosphere. Sabie originated in the 1880ís as a gold-mining camp  and the original forests were propagated to provide timber for the miners to prop their shafts. Timber is today the mainstay of the town.
 
Sabie is a quaint and friendly town, steeped in local history, centre of the Mpumalanga Highlands, with White River, Pilgrimís Rest and Hazyview close by. The Sabi Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Lone Creek Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Mac-Mac Falls are some of the well-known waterfalls near the town. God's Window and Bourke's Luck potholes are also nearby. Nelspruit, the Kruger Park, and the N4 from Gauteng to Maputo are short, scenic drives away.

Listed below are a few of the sights that can be seen around and about Jock.

The Kruger National Park is one of the largest proclaimed, natural areas in the world. The nearest entrance to Sabie is the Paul Kruger Gate, +/- 40 minute drive.

A variety of Waterfalls can be viewed in the surrounding area of Sabie, such as the Bridal Veil Falls, Lone Creek Falls , Sabie Falls , Mac Mac Falls and the Lisbon Falls to name a few.

Among the sights in the Blyde River Canyon area are the Pinnacle (left) and the Three Rondavels (Right). Under 1 hours drive away.

Pilgrims Rest is famous for its gold which was discovered in 1873. This quaint town has been restored to allow us to view what it was like in its peak. 30 minutes drive.