Sabie Park Nature Reserve is an exclusive, 345 ha, proclaimed “private” reserve. Nestled against Kruger National Park, on the banks of the beautiful Sabie River, this gem of nature reserves comprises 270 freehold properties. Safety measures imply fencing Sabie Park’s border perimeters with a high-quality endurance electrical fence.
Furthermore, the fence prohibits any man or animal from gaining entrance. Notably, no homes within Sabie Park are permitted to be fenced in. This allows wildlife within Sabie Park to roam free. Above all, this “Park Nature” is located within the heart of South Africa’s prime game area. As a reference, the GPS coordinates are: 24.980479, 31.480317.
A sense of “Sabie Nature” and openness prevails and inspires alongside the Sabie River! Most wild animals approach the Sabie River to quench their thirst. However, do so with caution because a lion, leopard, or other carnivore may be lurking in the dense reed. For this very reason, during the day, you might be able to view the “Big Five’. Rest assured, you can read your favourite novel in safety, as a safety fence will protect you. Another leisure activity is spending time with friends or family and having a barbecue. An absolute highlight not to miss while visiting the picnic spot is seeing the “Bird Hide”. This novelty is some 20 metres high above the Sabie River.
Animal species in Sabie Park’s “Nature Reserve” are Kudu, Giraffe, and Wildebeest. Bushbuck, Duiker, Impala, Warthogs, Baboons, and Zebra Recently, Sable-Antelope! was introduced. However, many other small antelope species are to be found in Sabie Park. The fundamental reasons for fencing Sabie Park are preventative measures for carnivores. Lions and leopards, for example, enter Sabie Park and are rarely seen! For this reason, visitors are not discouraged from walking around Sabie Park. But please be aware of the dangers that might exist.
Likewise, African fish eagles often hunt at the picnic spot. Their distinctive, haunting call is imminent. Furthermore, fish eagles, by habit, perch on tree branches overlooking the water. Once they spot fish, they swoop down to catch them with their talons and then carry them back to their roost. African fish-eagles hunt and eat birds—and even crocodile hatchlings. They only spend as little as 10 minutes a day hunting as predators
Sabie Park Private Reserve has exclusive, authoritative control, ensuring that any development within the park conforms to the spirit and blends in with the nature reserve. Therefore, should one, for instance, purchase a “vacant stand,”, their house plans must be approved by Sabie Park management. Furthermore, design guidance and consultation are provided, ensuring a pleasing appearance for the surrounding environment. They also check the work to conform to standards until completion. An environmental plan ensures game control with the prevailing veld conditions. Sabie Park will also approve your house plans.
Further, guidance and consultation for your design are given, assuring a pleasing appearance for the surrounding environment. They also check the work to conform to standards until completion. An environmental plan ensures game control with the prevailing veld conditions.
In addition, Sabie Park provides recreational and leisure opportunities for property owners. Facilities include a pure chlorinated swimming pool. Tennis court and clubhouse. A library, TV, and Wi-Fi facilities. There is also a tiny shop offering groceries, firewood, and gas. All kinds of other essential goods are for sale.
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