- 3 BDR
- 3 BA
- Sleeps 6
$110 to $200 USD
We offer classic comfort in the bush and on the border of the Kruger National Park, Located in the beautiful wildlife conservancy of Marloth Park where one can see zebra and many other wildlife. Self-catered home with three AIR CONDITIONING bedrooms, 3 bathrooms including an outdoor bush bathroom, outdoor dining and splash pool. 25 sq M elevated deck, and covered veranda all connected. Very private with Park area on 3 sides of the house and no neighbors to the 4th side. All amenities including ice machine, water purifier, dishwasher and wash machine. DSTV and Blue ray player. Emergency 12 volt light system and 2500 liters of emergency water.
Bush babies visit every evening, nightly common duiker visits. Zebra stopping by to stick their heads in the kitchen door looking for a carrot.
Expect to hear lion and hyena, fish eagle and hippo. Take a walk to the river (less than 500m) and watch elephants and maybe rhino.
Take a drive (15 minutes away) and visit the one and only Kruger National Park, visit many attractions and activities in the area. Sometimes you just want to stay where you are and relax on the multi verandas and patio at the house.
If you have a passion for wildlife and would like to be in the heartland of happenings surrounding wildlife and being close to nature, then visiting and spending some time in Marloth Park will certainly meet up to all your expectations and could possibly even take your breath away.
Marloth Park is a three thousand hectare wildlife conservancy and holiday town situated on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, between Malelane and Komatipoort in Mpumalanga. It is popular for tourists travelling to the Kruger National Park, Swaziland, and Mozambique, offering a chance to spot four of the renowned Big Five.
Staying in Marloth Park you will experience a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and warm summers, making it an ideal holiday destination all year round. While the park has little in terms of infrastructure, you will be able to find the basics, including a variety of restaurants, numerous shops, a petrol station, hardware store, and bottle store.
With the exception of elephant Marloth Park boasts four of the Big Five, however, elephants can often be seen splashing about in the Crocodile River that divides Marloth Park from the Kruger National Park. Rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard can be found in Lionspruit, a separate game reserve within Marloth Park, while other wildlife such as kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, baboon, bushbuck, vervet monkeys, nyala, impala, warthog, and ostrich are free to roam between the units.
The park interior remains unfenced, but is it is separated from the Kruger National Park via a fence and the Crocodile River. Two entrances can be used to enter the Kruger National Park, namely Crocodile Bridge and Malelane. The advantage to Marloth Park being so close to the Kruger is that visitors can enjoy the convenience of exploring the park, while having a less commercialised area to come back to at the end of the day.
Due to the lack of fences, visitors are encouraged to explore Marloth Park at their leisure with bush walks, self-drives, and bicycles. Keep an ear out for the distant roar of a lion at night. Whether you visit for a weekend or a month, Marloth Park is a great destination for wildlife experiences and exciting family adventures.