For Sale R310,000.00 - Vacant Land
Sabie Park Reserve Xmas land Sale
Sabie Park Reserve Xmas Land Sale. First of all, if you’re seeking for peace and quietness in the wild African bush. Then inspect this fabulous real estate vacant land, it tick’s all the boxes! Indeed a beautiful near level 7324 square meter piece of vacant land. Therefore, ideal for those who wish to begin their dream of owning their first real estate to build upon in the wild. In addition, it’s also suited to those who wish to add to their investment portfolio. As a result, a unique property offering endless options to an astute buyer. Most of all, you are not obligated to build upon your stand within a certain time frame. In conclusion, for those that appreciate the best! An asset positioned within Sabie Park Private Nature Reserve. Probably, providing the utmost convenience and privacy. Hence, your inspection will impress.
R50 000.00 Reduction in the sales price, until 15 January 2019!
LIVE THE VIEW, FEEL THE FOREST!
Furthermore, just an hour drive from Sabie Park, on the ‘Panorama Route. Outside the tourist town called Graskop. You will find an exciting new attraction – the Graskop Gorge Lift Company. Most of all, they boast Africa’s first nature viewing lift. Since, it travels 51 meters down the face of the Graskop Gorge and into the forest below. And it is here, in the pristine Afromontane forest, that the real show begins. As a result, you will delight in the beautiful forest environment. In addition, it explores via a 600-meter circular trail. Elevated boardwalks and suspension bridges. Hence, thoughtful interpretation boards provide valuable information. On the forests and its inhabitants.
In South Africa, Afromontane forests cover only 0,5 percent of the country’s land area. They occur in pockets along mountain ranges. In well-watered areas, including ravines and south facing slopes. Under the vivid green canopy of trees lies a lush wonderland. It’s filled with a spectacular variety of plants, animals, insects, and birds. You will find the center, perched on the top of a cliff edge with spectacular views of the Motitsi waterfall. The forest below has long views down into the Lowveld. It also has the Lift Cafe restaurant and bar, and a contemporary African art gallery. A colourful African fashion clothing shop, curio shop and community craft market. There is ample parking for cars and buses as well as clean, modern toilet facilities. The Graskop Gorge lift is on the R533, one kilometer out of Graskop.
The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre… this is a must see!
Build your South African ‘BASE CAMP“ in Sabiepark and explore South Africa at your leisure!
After viewing the Graskop Gorge Video there are other exotic links
to exciting places on this video!