Accommodation in Sabie, Mpumalanga
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|Bananien Lodge||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Böhm's Zeederberg Country House||Sabie||Guest House|
|Fern Tree Park||Sabie||Self-catering|
|Floreat Riverside Lodge||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Glass Bungalows And Riverside Chalets||Sabie||Self-catering|
|Hillwatering Country House||Sabie||Guest House|
|Jock Sabie Lodge||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Lone Creek River Lodge||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Merry Pebbles Resort||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Protea Hotel Kruger Gate||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Sabie Vallee||Sabie||Hotel / Lodge|
|Sabielala Guest House||Sabie||Guest House|
|The Kranz Guest House||Sabie||Guest House|
|Villa Ticino Guest House||Sabie||Guest House|
PANORAMA INFORMATION OFFICE SABIE +27 (0) 13 764 1125 |
Over the long weekend of August 8,9,10,11 and 12 The Mpumalanga Mountain Bike Association is proud to announce the launch of the first ever Sabie "Fat Tyre Festival".
Both the African Continental Championships as well as the last leg of the SAMBA National MTB Championships will be hosted at a the festival which promises to be a celebration of all things Mountain Bike! The festival is intended to highlight the best Africa has to offer in Mountain biking whilst providing competition and social rides for all categories and levels of riders. This will be the ideal weekend away for the whole family to have fun, get fit and be inspired by our sport.
Competitive Mountain Biking is not an elitist sport, everyone is welcome and all are catered for. The Mpumalanga Mountain Bike Association is renown for the standard of its events and is encouraging all with "Two Flat Tyres" and a sense of adventure to join them. Apart from the existing competition of international Cross Country racing, Downhill racing and Duel Eliminator, Mamba is holding a short course Cross Country race, in heats over a 1 or 2 km circuit, a hill climb, indoor trials competition and regular social rides for those who just want to ride!
Visitors to the event can stay at one of the many types of accommodation available in Sabie and can enjoy the scenic splendor and tourist attractions our region has to offer. There will be many prizes, and specials at local stores and a camaraderie which money can't buy! Mamba is determined that this event will eclipse all those before and will firmly re-establish Mountain Biking as a sport for all. The Sabie "Fat Tyre Festival" is endorsed by the South African Mountain Bike Association and the African Continental Championship is a UCI accredited Internationally ranked competition.
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For more information contact Brett on 082 774 5821 or use this
The Panorama Region is known for its incessant desire to leave visitors enthralled and mesmerized by its unparalleled natural beauty and splendour.
The soothing and serene ambiance, the abundance of history, cultural heritage and imposing landscapes, make this region the unequivocal draw card into Mpumalanga province.
Comprising of the historical towns of Ohrigstad, Pilgrim's Rest, Sabie, Graskop and Hazyview (with Lydenburg and White River as gateways into the region) , the Panorama is indeed for both the adventurous at heart and those who just want to marvel at its scenic beauty. From white water river rafting, bungee jumping, gold panning, hot air ballooning, trout fishing, hiking, paragliding, mountain biking, bird watching to game viewing; this region has it all.
The Panorama Region has got an abundance of history, cultural heritage, wild life and enchanting landscapes.
Trails left behind by the pioneering Voortrekker's in Ohrigstad, Lydenburg and other areas feature prominently in the form of buildings such as schools, churches and monuments. Rock paintings in caves and artifacts like the Lydenburg Heads, are 'footprints' left by indigenous people eons ago as testimony to their existence.
The Echo Caves indeed reverberate the existence of tribes like the Pedi, Mapulane and Swazi who once reigned supreme in this area. At present the region is still a cradle of a rich cultural heritage, where one can immerse in the kaleidoscope of existing cultures.
Indelible marks left behind by early prospectors of the glittering and illusive stone (gold) in the museum town of Pilgrim's Rest is also a manifestation to the plethora of attractions in this divinely crafted area.
Majestic waterfalls in Graskop and Sabie, add more colour and splendour to the enthralling landscapes of the region. The Blyde River Canyon nature sanctuary is a haven to various plant and bird species and the spectacular scenic beauty and viewpoints make this canyon one of the most sought after.
In this region wild life can be seen in close proximity roaming in its natural habitat in game reserves dotted throughout the region or in the Kruger National Park which is just a stone throw away.
The Panorama Region truly offers a journey of discovery, that will leave one overwhelmed by the unfamiliarity of the familiar.