Introducing Villa Ticino Guest House for onward travelling to Mpumalanga.

Villa Ticino, is a well established privately owned Guest House under our Management and has run for over 23 years with pride and dedication. The typical European style guest house has a main entrance and twin bed guest rooms with en-suite showers. The establishment is located in the centre of the picturesque malaria free mountain village of Sabie. At the beginning of the Panorama Route, it is an ideal base from which to explore the many interesting sights such as Blyde River Canyon, waterfalls, attractions, activities and more. The famous Kruger National Park can also be reached within a 40 minute drive by car. Your hosts are happy to provide detailed information and insider tips for day trips so that guests can spend an unforgettable time in this fascinating region of Mpumalanga

The supermarket and various shops, ATM’s and several restaurants are conveniently situated and can easily be reached on foot. Enjoy the array of traditional African and other culinary offerings from our outstanding kitchen, finish off a lovely evening with a superb bottle of South African wine. A great start or end to a nice holiday

Villa Ticino Guest House Host can offer you further detailed infomation on the best Sight Seeing places around Mpumalanga.

Enjoy a couple of carefree days in our beautiful but mainly unknown region surrounded by admirable nature consisting of soft rolling hills, green forests, tumbling waterfalls, and impressive nature reserves and discover the variety of many interesting sightseeing attractions and activities in the area. It is recommendable to stay a minimum of 3 nights to take time to relax, to enjoy and to explore new things. Benefit from our comprehensive knowledge with insider hints off the normal tourist routes and enhance your holiday with our individual designed day trips according to your personal preference.

Villa Ticino in Sabie is the most central and therefore the ideal base from which to explore the following day tours and activities:

Start off in the morning (good for photos) with the Lone Creek Waterfall, a National Monument. Then drive via Graskop to view the Pinnacle, God’s Window (walk across the wooden walkway via the Rain Forest to Wonder View), Lisbon & Berlin Waterfall, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon* with Lowveld View Site and the Three Rondavels and drive via the scenic gravel road to Pilgrim’s Rest and back to Sabie.

Highlights of Mpumalanga
*The picturesque Panoramaroute is a MUST in your South African journey to view the spectacular Blyde River Canyon. It is the third biggest or the biggest vegetated Canyon in the world thus making it an unforgettable highlight. Consisting of red sandstone the Blyde River Canyon is a massive gorge between 600-800 m deep, approximately 1,5 km wide and about 32 km long with an impressive river landscape and dam. It is one of the intriguing natural wonders


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