Sabie Park Dream Holiday: If you are longing for a ‘Sabie Park Dream Holiday’ within the African bush, then an ‘unknown place’ is right at your doorstep! This gorgeous ‘Sabiepark Private Game Reserve’ and the world-famous ‘Kruger National Park’ happen to share the Sabie River as their common border.
Living Your Wildlife ‘Dream Holiday’ Every Day.
SABIEPARK PRIVATE GAME RESERVE
Sabiepark Private Nature Reserve: An inclusive 345-hectare-proclaimed private nature reserve. They are nestled against the famous world-renowned Kruger National Park on the banks of the beautiful Sabie River. This gem of nature reserves comprises 270 freehold properties. Safety measures imply fencing the Sabieparks border perimeters with a high-quality, durable electrical fence. Daily patrols of the boundary fence are undertaken in the early mornings and evenings. There are even more; a clubhouse with a beautiful picnic area, a pool, and a tennis court. Exclusively available to its Sabiepark residents.
Imagine living your “wildlife dream” every day: Within Sabiepark Wildlife Game Reserve. Which is home to the finest of “overs of nature”. It’s no wonder so many have discovered Sabiepark, within the wild African terrain of South Africa. Without any doubt, they are looking to select Sabiepark Private Reserve. That borders the world-renowned ‘Kruger National Park as their new ‘getaway home’.
‘Sabie Park’ is an inclusive 345-hectare-proclaimed private nature reserve. It is nestled against the famous Kruger National Park on its eastern border. This beautiful wildlife haven is a gem of nature. Consisting of 270 freehold residential properties of roughly one hectare each. Sabiepark is completely fenced in with a high-quality, durable electrical fence. Even more, there is a clubhouse with a beautiful picnic area, a pool, and a tennis court. It is exclusively available to its residents.
Wildlife found throughout the day within the Sabie Park Game Reserve has many species, such as Kudu, Giraffe, Impala, Duiker, Wildebeest, and Zebra, as well as many night nocturnals. There are too many to mention! On rare occasions, elephants of immense size break through our border fence. Followed by wild dogs and many other wildlife species, such as carnivores, that need to be removed for safety reasons.
Birds in both Sabie Park and Kruger National Park are similar. Take a look!
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