Sabaan Holiday Resort
marketing@sabaan.co.za
Suburb: Hazyview
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 737 8114
Website: Accommodation
This self-catering resort is located in tranquil surroundings on a 35-hectare sub-tropical farm amongst the hills of the Sabie River Valley, with breathtaking views of indigenous bush and sub-tropical fruit orchards. Located between Sabie and Hazyview on the R536, Sabaan is ideally situated for
Sabi Sabi Game Reserve
res@sabisabi.com
Suburb: Sabie Sand
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 011 447 7172
Website: Accommodation
Since 1979 Sabi Sabi has hosted visitors from all over the world, drawn to this unique area by the promise of the safari experience of a lifetime. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, situated in the world-renowned 65000 hectare Sabi Sand Wildtuin in the South-Western section of the Kruger National Park,
Sabi Star Chalets
info@sabistar.co.za
Suburb: Sabie
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 079 387 1868
Website: Accommodation
Sabi Star Chalets nestle in a secluded valley on the banks of a sparkling mountain stream, 3 km's from the picturesque town of Sabie, in the heart of the Mpumulanga waterfall wonderland, South Africa. Awaken to the sound of the clear mountain stream cascading from it's bubbling fountain
Sabie River Bush Lodge
info@sabieriverbushlodge.co.za
Suburb: Hazyview
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 708 1690
Website: Accommodation
History of the Sabie River The Sabie River rises in the West in the Drakensburg mountains at an altitude of 2200m. The Sabie River has a total length of about 230km. The area of the Sabie catchment is 7096 km². The Sabie river, originally known as 'ULUSABA' (the river of Fear) obtained its or
Sabie River Camp
info@sabierivercamp.co.za
Suburb: Sabie
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 764 3282
Website: Accommodation
Sabie River Camp is a family resort on the banks of the Sabie River, located on the outskirts of Sabie town, close to the Sabie Falls. Here - on the banks of the Sabie River - you will be hushed to sleep at night by the sound of gurgling water. Our heated rock pool, impeccably clean and modern a
Safari Oasis
info@safaritours.co.za
Suburb: Hazyview
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 072 425 5346
Website: Accommodation
Safari Oasis is situated in the village of Hazyview in Mpumalanga, plum in the centre from all the major scenic attractions in & around Mpumalanga, only 12km from the Numbi & Phabeni Gates of the Kruger National Park! Safari Oasis offers standard and luxury accommodation and shuttle service from
Savanna Private Game Reserve
res@savannalodge.com
Suburb: Sabie Sand
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 011 883 7819
Website: Accommodation
An exclusive 5 star lodge, Savanna is situated in the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Savanna lies in an area where 'Big 5' sightings are so frequent, it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single gam
Scorpion Legal Protection
Suburb: Witbank
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 656 3390
Website: scorpion
Business Hours: Weekdays : 08h00 - 16h30 Weekends : 08h00 - 12h00 Legal Advisory : 24hours
Scorpion Legal Protection was registered in 1996. We are the underwriting managers of a legal expenses insurance policy that is underwritten by Legal Expenses Insurance Southern Africa Limited (LEZA). Scorpion Legal Protection has 27 full service branches countrywide and a national 24 hour legal ca
Scorpion Legal Protection
Suburb: Nelspruit
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 752 2848
Website: scorpion
Business Hours: Weekdays : 08h00 - 16h30 Weekends : 08h00 - 12h00 Legal Advisory : 24hours
Scorpion Legal Protection was registered in 1996. We are the underwriting managers of a legal expenses insurance policy that is underwritten by Legal Expenses Insurance Southern Africa Limited (LEZA). Scorpion Legal Protection has 27 full service branches countrywide and a national 24 hour legal ca
Seda
dmonyela@seda.org.za
Suburb: Witbank
Province: Mpumalanga
Phone: 013 655 6970
Seda was established in December 2004 as an agency under the Department of Trade and Industry, the dti. The establishment was done by merging three organisations; Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency, National Manufacturing Advisory Centre (NAMAC) and the Community Public Private Partnership Programme
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