About Big 5 Guesthouse & Executive Tours
The Big 5 Guesthouse and Executive Tours is situated in the picturesque and little forestry town of Sabie in Mpumalanga.
The entrance of the guesthouse walks into a communal lounge area with a fireplace with a big flat-screen TV, a communal fridge, and enough books to keep the enquiring mind occupied for days. From there each room has its own lockable entrance with a private en-suite bathroom and outdoor access to its own private veranda. All rooms come with their own air-conditioning and heating system, its own TV with selected DStv channels, double door cupboards, desks with seating areas, and a kettle with complimentary coffee and tea.
Sabie is the tourists dream central destination to all the area's sites and activities. Its perfectly nestled amongst the iconic waterfalls, rivers, hiking trails and lookout points. Sabie and surrounds caters for everyone from the adrenaline junkie to the quiet bird watchers and everything in between.
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Things to do in and around Sabie
(11.3 km from Sabie)
The impressive 70m Mac Mac Falls is one of a collection of waterfalls in the Sabie area. It’s worth walking the easy 3km Secretary Bird Walking Trail from the pools and through indigenous forest.
(7.7 km from Sabie)
Lone Creek Falls is a well-known spot and is part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie, Mpumalanga. A short 200 m walk from the parking will take you to the foot of the 68 m waterfall. If you'd like to experience the falls in solitude and...
(6.8 km from Sabie)
The Bridal Veil Falls is approximately 6 km from the tranquil and attractive town of Sabie. The waterfall resembles a bridal veil and roars down from a spectacular height of 70 m. There is a challenging 750 m walk through a luscious indigenous...
(0 km from Sabie)
Sabie is surrounded by one of the largest man-made forests in the world. Forestry first began in the area in 1876 with plantings of commercial eucalyptus and wattle trees. The museum documents the history of the industry and also showcases new...