Loerie Guest Farm
Situated in Hayview, Mpumalanag, South Africa
Located 7.2km on the R536 road between Hazyview and Sabie.
Quick Contact: +27 (0) 82 828 2004 Email: email@example.com
Loerie Guest Farm is situated near Hazyview 7.2km on the R536 road, the perfect stop to explore the world-
Open Vehicle Safaris can be arranged on request before arrival. Please email us for a quote.
Nearby the Panarama route including Sabie and Graskop with spectacular waterfalls, including the Mac Mac Falls, Forest Falls, Lisbon Falls and Lone Creek Falls, and also Pilgrim’s Rest -
Loerie Guest Farm is situated near Hazyview, the perfect stop to explore the world-
Nearby the Panarama route including Sabie and Graskop with spectacular waterfalls, including the Macmac Falls, Forest Falls, Lisbon Falls and Lone Creek Falls, and also Pilgrim’s Rest -
We offer affordable budget prices; neat clean rooms with crisp clean linen and a wide choice of adventure activities such as river rafting; quad biking; mountain biking, hot air ballooning, horse riding, hikes, elephant rides, canopy tours and many more to chose from close by and lots of interesting places to visit in the area.
Game drives to the Kruger National Park also available.
DStv is available on request.
Within a short drive of Loerie Guest Farm are the Numbi, Phabeni and Paul Kruger Gates of the world’s largest Game Reserve. The Blyde River Canyon, the third largest in the world.
With magnificent views is half an hour away, also God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes -
Loerie Guest Farm is situated on a working Banana farm in the sub-
Sabie and 17km west of the Kruger National Park, midway between the spectacular scenery of the great escarpment and the world-
Hazyview is not only tourism paradise, but also a thriving farming town in Mpumalanga, South Africa and is renowned for its banana industry but also the centre for the farming of coffee, avocados, mangoes, lychees, macadamias and citrus fruits and many more.
The name is derived from the shimmering haze that occurs here during the heat of summer. Most of Mpumalanga's private game reserves are found just east of Hazyview Just a three-