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Physical Address:
92, Malieveld Street
South Africa

Fax to Email: 086 629 9084
Telephone: 0027 (0) 13 764 1500  Chris: 0766144027 Merle:0748444337
Email: stayover@wayfarers.co.za (Chris) or merle@xwi.co.za to contact Merle



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Directions to Wayfarers Guest House, 92 Malieveld Street, Sabie, Mpumalanga.

From Johannesburg / Pretoria (Tshwane)

jhb mapFrom Johannesburg take the N12 Witbank highway. From Johannesburg International Airport (O R Thambo) take the R21 to Boksburg and join the N12 highway to Witbank. From Pretoria (Tshwane) take the N4 toll road to Witbank. The N4 and the N12 merge and continue as the N4.

Stay on the N4 as far as Belfast, then leave the N4 and join the R540 to Dullstroom, then Mashishing (Lydenburg) where you take the R37 over Long Tom Pass to Sabie. Upon entering Sabie you will pass the Sabie country club on your left, there is a stop street at which you go straight ahead past a Caltex and BP garage also on your left. Bear slightly right to a T-junction. At the T-junction turn right, pass Standard Bank, the post office and magistrates court on your left and turn left into Sesde Street just before the Woodsman Restaurant. Proceed until the road splits at the first stop street into Mac Mac Street and Malieveld. Follow Malieveld for 700 meteres, through the second stop street until you reach Wayfarers Guest House on your left at 92 Malieveld Street. Look for the two large copper elephants on our picket fence.

For overseas visitors, please note that the N12/N4 highway is a toll road with a number of toll stations. Only cash and South African credit cards are accepted.

By turning off at Belfast onto the R540 you will not only be taking the scenic route with breathtaking scenery, but you will avoid a R73 toll charge. Money which can go towards a pleasant lunch maybe in Dullstroom or Sabie! The distance from Johannesburg and Pretoria to Sabie is approximately 365km. However, the stretch of Road between Dullstroom and Lydenburg is in a shocking state of disrepair, and is pitted with large potholes. This route should only be driven when you have plenty of time, and in good visibility.

The better alternative is to stay on the N4,take the SchoemansKloof turn, until you are approximately 30 kms from Nelspruit, then take the left turn onto the R539. This will take you past Sudwala Caves, and joins the R37 to Sabie, at Rosehaugh. Turn left over the new Bridge,and continue on the R37 until you reach the T Junction with Long Tom Pass .Turn Right, and enjoy the stunning scenery, as you complete the final 10 kms into Sabie. The entire trip from Gauteng to Sabie this way contains very few  potholes as at September 15, 2016! The SchoemansKloof section of N4 has been resurfaced, and is beautiful at present!


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From Kruger National Park

If you exit by Phabeni Gate, turn left at the T-junction and head for Hazyview. After 11kms you come to traffic lights by the Blue Haze Shopping Centre. Turn right at the lights, straight ahead at the stop street and at the next intersection turn left onto the R535 road to Sabie. 44kms later you enter Sabie up a speed hill. At the top you will see “The Woodsman” Restaurant. Take the first turn right after the Woodsman Centre. Proceed for 900 metres through two stop streets and you will find Wayfarers Guest House on your left.


From White River

Take the R537 Sabie road. After 42kms you reach a T-junction. Turn left. Up the hill you will see “The Woodsman”. Proceed as described above.


From Blyde River Canyon

From Graskop it’s 29kms on the R532 to Sabie. After entering Sabie you cross a bridge over the Sabie Gorge. At the first stop street, by Thompson Builders, turn left and follow the road for 700 metres. Wayfarers is on your right hand side.


We wish you a pleasant journey, and look forward to welcoming you to Wayfarers.