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Legacy - Seekoei 3295

from R2,000
Nestled in the South African Bush in Marloth Park where animals roam freely, this double storey...
Nestled in the South African Bush in Marloth Park where animals roam freely, this double storey house is fully equipped with a variety of modern essentials and an assortment of wildlife to keep you entertained.
from R2,000

1 Review

Hakuna Matata

from R1,200
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through the reserve which borders the Kruger National Park.
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through the reserve which borders the Kruger National Park.
from R1,200

14 Reviews

special De Bruine Huis | Self-catering Marloth Park Conservancy

De Bruine Huis

from R700
This is a charming self-catering house surrounded by lush vegetation, located in the Marloth Park. ...
This is a charming self-catering house surrounded by lush vegetation, located in the Marloth Park. It is the ideal accommodation for a family or a group of friends.
from R700

5 Reviews

Eden Game Lodge

from R2,400
Self-Catering:We offer some of the best game viewing in Marloth Park right from the balconies of...
Self-Catering:We offer some of the best game viewing in Marloth Park right from the balconies of the lodge. Our own qualified staff can take guests out for guided bush walks and game drives are also available for a small extra fee.
from R2,400

19 Reviews

special Kotje van Ketje | Marloth Park Conservancy self-catering

Kotje van Ketje

from R950
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through the conservancy which borders the Kruger National Park.
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through the conservancy which borders the Kruger National Park.
from R950

9 Reviews

Okwamanje is a self-catering thatched unit which is situated in Marloth Park, between Lionspruit...
Okwamanje is a self-catering thatched unit which is situated in Marloth Park, between Lionspruit and the Crocodile River which separates this paradise from The Kruger National Park. Lionspruit is a game reserve open to residents and guests of Marloth Park, which hosts four of the Big 5, excluding elephants.
from R950

12 Reviews

special Ex Deo Self-catering Cottage - Marloth Park | Self-catering Marloth Park Conservancy
Ex Deo Self-catering Cottage is a fully equipped cottage situated in Marloth Park, on the southern...
Ex Deo Self-catering Cottage is a fully equipped cottage situated in Marloth Park, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga. This modern and air-conditioned unit can accommodate eight people comfortably.
from R1,000

5 Reviews

Self-Catering:We are ideally located for daily trips into the Kruger National Park. Set in Marloth...
Self-Catering:We are ideally located for daily trips into the Kruger National Park. Set in Marloth Park, the house is regularly visited by warthog, impala, giraffe, zebra and many more wildlife.
from R2,000

6 Reviews

Self-Catering:Let us entertain you with more information to amaze you with our open vehicle...
Self-Catering:Let us entertain you with more information to amaze you with our open vehicle safaris. Wildlife roam freely through the park which shares a common border with the Kruger National Park.
from R790

4 Reviews

special Walking Tall Private Bush Retreat | Marloth Park Conservancy self-catering
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through Marloth Park which borders the Kruger National Park....
Self-Catering:Wildlife roam freely through Marloth Park which borders the Kruger National Park. Self drive or book game drives to the Kruger.
from R1,800

36 Reviews

Hunters Rest Marloth Park is a spacious self-catering house, situated in the popular Marloth Park...
Hunters Rest Marloth Park is a spacious self-catering house, situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy, bordering the Kruger National Park. Marloth Park has no fences, allowing wild animals such as kudu, wildbeest, impala, waterbuck, zebra, nyala, giraffe and many more to roam freely.
from R800

3 Reviews

Self-Catering:For small intimate weddings we can cater for 16 people with off site catering in our...
Self-Catering:For small intimate weddings we can cater for 16 people with off site catering in our garden.
from R1,500

18 Reviews

Bundu

from R700
Bundu is a lovely self-catering home, ideally situated a mere 600 m from the Crocodile River which...
Bundu is a lovely self-catering home, ideally situated a mere 600 m from the Crocodile River which separates Marloth Park from the world-renowned Kruger National Park.
from R700

15 Reviews

De Gastehuysje

from R700
Self-Catering:Open vehicle drives to Kruger can be arranged -only a phone call away
Self-Catering:Open vehicle drives to Kruger can be arranged -only a phone call away
from R700

2 Reviews

special 3875 Eagle | Marloth Park Conservancy self-catering

3875 Eagle

from R560
Self-Catering:Visitors to 3875 Eagle include zebra, warthog, kudu, impala, wildebeest, bush...
Self-Catering:Visitors to 3875 Eagle include zebra, warthog, kudu, impala, wildebeest, bush babies, giraffe and numerous bird species. A 3 km drive down to the Crocodile river can include sightings of lion, elephant, waterbuck, rhino, buffalo, and hippos.
from R560

1 Review

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Marloth Park Conservancy South Africa

Marloth Park Conservancy Self-catering Accommodation
Marloth Park is a unique bushveld holiday town and nature conservancy bordering the Kruger National Park. Here people and wildlife coexist peacefully on the banks of the Crocodile River. It’s an amazing place for kids to enjoy nature, with opportunities to feed zebra, get close to giraffe or watch bush babies come out at night. Giraffe, zebra, blue wildebeest, kudu, nyala, impala, ostrich and other wildlife wander freely between the lodges and residences. Microlight flips above the Crocodile River offer amazing opportunities to spot elephant, hippo, crocodile and giraffe from the air. The town itself is blissfully uncommercial, with little more than a petrol station and a few shops providing essentials. Just 14 km from the Crocodile Bridge entrance to the Kruger National Park, most visitors use it as a base to explore Kruger with a guided walking safari or 4x4 tour. Marloth Park is also a convenient stopover to Swaziland and Mozambique. It’s only a one-hour drive to the gorgeous subtropical beaches of Mozambique and a 45-minute drive to Swaziland.
Marloth Park is a unique bushveld holiday town and nature conservancy bordering the Kruger National Park. Here people and wildlife coexist peacefully on the banks of the Crocodile River. It’s an amazing place for kids to enjoy nature, with... Read more
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