Sabaan Holiday Resort delivers service and views

Sabaan Holiday Resort.

Where Sabie and Hazyview meet in Mpumalanga, on a centrally located farm, travellers can find the spectacular Sabaan Holiday Resort.

Perfectly located for the best views, the Sabaan Holiday Resort is surrounded by the hottest tourist attractions such as the Panorama Route, God’s Window, the Blyde River Canyon, the Mac Mac Falls and Kruger National Park.

“We enjoyed the tranquillity, views and relaxation during our stay. Sabaan in centrally located between Sabie and Hazyview, which gives one more options on where to go and what to do. The swimming pool was a hit with the kids, which also made friends allowing for some parent relaxation time. Will recommend to anyone looking to go and relax at affordable pricing.” – Venture TripAdvisor.

The Sabaan Holiday Resort is the perfect place for families, who want to enjoy a relaxing vacation from the rest of the world and immerse themselves in the beauty of the Sabie Valley and its surroundings.


Sabaan Holiday Resort.

Family reunions, school camps and group functions are hosted at Sabaan on a regular basis, so should you have a similar event planned Sabaan Holiday Resort can handle everything for you.

Sabaan Holiday Resort has 22 self-catering Chalets that are well-maintained and comfortable, and can accommodate a grand total of 140 people at a time. No matter how crowded, Sabaan Holiday Resort manages to maintain the peacefulness and tranquillity of the Sabie Valley.

The Chalets come equipped with double beds fitted with quality linen, a bathroom with a shower or bath (guests must please bring their own towels as the Resort will not provide any), a fully-equipped kitchenette, a braai area, a fan and a secure parking area.

A daily cleaning service is available upon request at an additional fee. Rates at Sabaan Holiday resort range from just R550 to R2 200 per unit.

“My family and I had a very pleasant stay, the kids really enjoyed themselves. What we saw on the pictures is exactly what we got, and the prices were reasonable. The road from the gate to the resort was a bit bumpy but definitely worth it.” – Patricia TripAdvisor.


Sabaan Holiday Resort.

A sparkling swimming pool is available for guests to cool down during the hot summer days. Spectacular views of the valley can be seen from the poolside, making the experience all the more memorable. While some Chalets have a TV with DStv, some have OpenView.

A play area for the kids to enjoy is filled with fun activities such as a slide, trampolines, jungle gym and swing, table tennis, a tennis court and a snooker table.

The large grass lawns and ancient trees provide an excellent space for those, who enjoy playing games such as soccer, rugby, cricket or volleyball outdoors.

The Resort has also added a new 200-seater wedding and entertainment venue to its offering. With 180 degree views over the Sabie River Valley, the venue is perfect for weddings, reunions, church camps, conferences corporate groups, sport groups and birthday parties.

On request, they will do your catering and you are still welcome to get your own caterers for functions and weddings. Accommodation and parking is also available for guests and delegates.

Guests can experience nearby adrenalin-filled activities such as zip-lining, white water rafting, paintball, hiking and archery, hot air ballooning, caving, quad-biking, abseiling and mountain biking.

To make a booking, call 071 545 0155 or email or visit  

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