Bushveld travellers find nirvana amid a sparkling pool and a short drive away from The Kruger National Park with a self-catering stay for four adults and two children at Sabaan Holiday Resort.
Choose between these options:
- R949 for a two-night stay for four adults and two children
- R1 396 for a three-night stay for four adults and two children
Sharing in a self-catering chalet
The Resort at a Glance
Nestled between Sabie and Hazyview along the panoramic route famous for its breathtaking sights lies Sabaan Holiday Resort, a family friendly getaway offering self-catering accommodation in 22 kitted out cottages and chalets. At the resort travellers will find a sparkling clear swimming pool with an adventure pole offering up stunning views of the surrounds, while a play area proves endlessly entertaining to little ones. In the play area travellers will find a slide, two trampolines and a jungle gym while older guests are free to spend their day playing tennis on the tennis court or a game of snooker in the play area.
For guests who prefer their holidays indoors, a games room is available with television, darts and table tennis. At the lapa (available for functions at an additional few) travellers will find a fully equipped kitchen and braai facilities and families can unwind with roaring fire and a couple of sizzling steaks while watching the sunset.
- Sparkling clear swimming pool with an adventure pole offering up stunning views of the surrounds
- In the play area travellers will find a slide, two trampolines and a jungle gym
- Tennis and snooker tables
- Games room is available with television, darts and table tennis
The resort has 22 chalets available that are fully equipped for self-catering stays including bedding.
- Fully equipped for self-catering
- Bedding supplied
- Some have a television with DSTV
- Bathroom with a shower over the bath
- Maximum occupancy: Four adults and two children
What to do in Mpumalanga
Home to the Kruger National Park - the biggest and best National Park in South Africa – and offering some of the best bird watching locations in the world, Mpumalanga offers something to please even the most jaded of travellers.
Wildlife lovers are spoilt for choice with the Kruger National Park, Croc River Enviro Park – the largest reptile park in Africa – and the wide variety of luxury game lodges and day trips to spot the oft-spoken of Big 5. The Jane Goodall Institute Chimpanzee Eden and Lowveld Botanical Garden also allow for nature-lovers to get their fix. Travellers can also visit Sudwala Caves – the oldest known caves in the world – as well as Sudwala Dinosaur Park.
Those looking for a touch of adrenaline can enjoy everything from action sports like indoor action soccer, hockey, cricket or netball, to white water rafting, while Emnotweni Casino offers a less physical type of rush. Riverside Golf Park is available for golf-enthusiasts.
Home to a wide range of restaurants, art galleries, museums as well as Anvil Ales Brewery, the Birds of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre and the Lydenburg Museum – home to the famous iron-age terracotta Lydenburg Heads – there’s something for everyone in Mpumalanga. The Verloren Valei Nature Reserve is also home to more than 150 bird species and best known as a breeding retreat for the wattled crane and is one of the few places in South Africa where you can see all three crane species – Wattled, Crowned and Blue.