Top things to do

Top Choice South African in Sabie

Wild Fig Tree

There’s a meat-driven menu and a warm atmosphere here, amid candles, wildlife photos and artworks. It's a great place to sample traditional South African dishes, especially game meat – from ostrich kebabs and crocod…
Top Choice Craft Beer in Sabie

Sabie Brewing Company

Occupying a 1921 trading post, this microbrewery has a bar-restaurant in its pleasant modern interior. Grab a taster platter of the full range of seven beers (R60) to enjoy on the wooden deck overlooking Main St. It…
Greek in Sabie

Woodsman

Half pub, half restaurant, the Woodsman offers great food with a Greek twist. Moussaka, stifado stew, grilled calamari, mezedhes (starter plates) and other offerings are mixed with local dishes: pan-fried trout, and…
International in Sabie

African Elephant

Locals rate this all-rounder with an expansive menu featuring hearty dinner mains such as surf and turf, ribs and wings, and flame-grilled steaks. There's lighter fare for lunch, including burgers, pancakes and chic…
Cafe in Sabie

Coffee Etc

Owner Helen bakes everything herself and has even invented two cakes: the Middle Eastern Delight (featuring almonds, Turkish apricots, nutmeg and cloves, with honey and cream-cheese icing) and a pineapple coconut cr…
Books in Sabie

Bookman’s Corner

Pick up the latest Deon Meyer thriller at this secondhand bookshop, which is one of South Africa's largest, with lots of paperback novels, a South African section and maps. The chat from owner Tiger comes for free.
Arts & Crafts in Sabie

Mphozeni Crafts

A lovely selection of African arts and crafts and textiles, including jewellery, statuary, woodcarvings, pottery, basketry and children's T-shirts.
Museum in Sabie

Komatiland Forestry Museum

This museum has displays on local forests and the history of the South African timber industry. There's a historical examination of the use of timber and the introduction of plantations to protect indigenous forests…
Church in Sabie

St Peter's Church

This pretty church was built in 1913.