Place to eat
Graskop Gorge Lift Co.
The gorge is beautiful and the drive along the panoramic route is a must while visiting the area.
Wonderful day excursion to the lift that dakes you down into the bottom of the gorge were there is a very interesting senic walk taking you past points of interest and waterfalls. There is also lovely curios and a resturant that serves good food.
Spectacular adventure! The entire experience of going down the lift into the Gorge and walking along the pathway in the Gorge and on suspension bridges past a waterfall, was a breath taking experience.The place is beautiful, greenery all around you. The ride down in the glass lift feels you going…
Unique glass lift down into gorge; The Big swing just opposite; Arts and curio shops; Restaurant and bar
“If you feel like driving you can drive to the Mac Mac falls about 3 hours’ drive from Marloth. Or make a day out of it and see Gods Window and Bourke’s Luck Potholes. If you decide to do this I would recommend that you do it on a clear sunny day. Along the route you can eat lunch and breakfast at various little towns or you can pack a picnic basket and enjoy the drive and scenery. It is breath-taking experience.”
“We offer Full day guided drives into Kruger with a FGASA Guide in an open game vehicle; this carries a supplement or one can do a self drive.”
“The Bridal Veil Falls - resembling a bridal veil - is 6km from Sabie town. Turn right at the Loggerhead Restaurant (first street in Sabie) and follow the old Lydenburg tar road for 2km. Turn right at the GFP Sawmill and follow the gravel (part tar) road across the Sabie river for 3km. A challenging 750m walk through an indigenous forest leads to the 70m high waterfall. Public toilets are available. Not wheelchair friendly. Entrance Fee: R5/car, R20/minibus”
“Go see the BIG 5. Enter through Phabeni Gate which is approximately 40 kms from Sabie. This is therefore the perfect entry into Kruger National Park for either a DAY TRIP or a LONG STAY.”