For Sale R420,000.00 - Vacant Land
Sabie Park Reserve Vacant Land Sale
Sabie Park Reserve vacant land sale. For nature lovers, 8804 m² of peace and tranquility in native African bushland. With a quality vacant land sale in the bush becoming as rare as hen’s teeth. Here is an opportunity to buy a most peaceful sunny stand in Sabie Park Reserve. Surrounded by indigenous trees with plenty of room to build your dream holiday home on this vacant land. When presentation counts, this Sabie Park property stand has it all. Your inspection of this immaculate property will delight.
Why invest in Sabiepark? It’s a unique bushveld wildlife property experience. Wake up to Wildebeest and Giraffe grazing at your doorstep. Sleep to the sound of roaring lions and laughing Hyenas in the adjacent Kruger National Park. Sabie Park Reserve is just a stone’s throw from the Kruger Gate and next to the Sabie River. This private wildlife real estate offers excellent facilities. Including a salt chlorinated communal swimming pool and clubhouse. Riverside viewing platforms on the Sabie River, a bird hide, and braai facilities. The estate is 348 hectare in extent. Owners can explored Sabie Park Reserve on foot in groups and enjoy a large variety of game and birdlife.
Elephant Interaction on the banks of the Sabie River in Hazyview
Sabie park reserve is a just short drive from Hazyview, a small country town. An ideal location in which to enjoy the wonderful Lowveld. Experience the unspoiled bush of this amazing country. Hazyview is notorious for a visit to the Elephant Sanctuary. Located on the banks of the Sabie River in Hazyview, that will take you on an unforgettable journey. Here you will have an opportunity to interact with these gentle creatures. This is where you will hear their heartfelt stories. An experience of a lifetime. You will be able to interact with these majestic elephants up close. With a range of fun activities ideal for the whole family. Feel their rough skin. Exchange trunk greetings and offer tasty treats. While learning their history from the elephant handlers.