For Sale R270,000.00 - Vacant Land
Sabiepark Wildlife Vacant Land. Ever given the thought of owning a property in the wild African bush? Be surrounded by wildlife, a unique association of living close to nature and breathing the fresh open air. Have a yearning desire of being outside, and doing things outgoing. Hence noteworthy, these habits are what creates one’s inner lifestyle.
In contrast, it influences where we spend our leisure time. Even more, this vacant land can become your outdoor haven. Above all, a choice for you to decide. It’s part of the wild African bush. Indeed, spending a holiday in Sabiepark means. I have a barbecue in the forest, as opposed too grabbing a takeaway and enjoying the company Zebras, on my last stretch home. A substitute stuck in traffic due to load shedding!.
We are all unique and could if we need, spend our holidays anywhere, as long as we are clear on our priorities. Also, on what we are willing to sacrifice for the things we want out of life. It says, you only live once, but if you do it right, then once is enough. Go ahead and view this wildlife vacant land. Build your dream home in the wild. Contact Julian at Sabiepark wildlife Property while this incredible discount prevails.
Paul Kruger Gate is the closest entrance to Skukuza and the quickest way to get in and out of the Kruger Park. As you cross the Sabie River, you will find the somewhat controversial bust, Paul Kruger to the right. Uncle Paul has survived the politics and many attempts to have his statue removed. The former president of the Transvaal Republic was a fervent Afrikaner.
Sabiepark Wildlife Vacant Land
Whatever one’s view may be, Paul Kruger’s name is synonymous with South Africa’s wildlife experience. Tourism authorities are reluctant to tamper with the destination branding. The gate is on the Sabie River, which is the principal watercourse in southern Kruger Park. When crossing the Sabie River, one can see many hippos and crocodiles. They lie log-like on the sandy river banks or cruise the mid-stream with just their eyes poking above the water.