About Khaya Umdani Mpumalanga
Khaya Umdani is a self-catering guest house situated in Marloth Park. It offers guests a perfect combination of the luxury of home and the excitement of the untamed African Wilderness.
Marloth Park is situated between the Kruger National Park and the Lionspruit conservation area. Big 5 sightings are a common occurrence along the banks of the Crocodile River which is only 500 m from Khaya Umdani. Smaller animals often graze near the house where guests can be sure to meet wildlife ranging from kudu and warthogs to giraffes and zebras.
Safari: Marloth Park borders on the Kruger National Park and Lionspruit. Wild animals roam freely within the Marloth Park Conservancy, making sightings a regular occurrence.
The balance of the booking is due 14 days before the arrival date. Please inquire about special rates for families.
Reviews for Khaya Umdani Mpumalanga7 guest reviews Reviews of
5 out of 5 stars
We had a wonderful stay. The place was top notch.
Another fantastic visit. Everything we expected and more! Thank you!
As usual amazingly homely and beautiful. Our one-year-old baby, as well as our 77-year-old grandmother loved the place. This means that Khaya Umdani is the place where all ages can be happy. As this was my fourth time, I noticed that Louise included small details in the decoration that makes this place even more stunning! My dream is to spend one week by myself meditating, writing and reading here. I love the energy and especially the way Louise and Laurika made us feel at home. Thanks for everything.
The house was clean spacious and had everything we needed. We had a problem with the geysers not heating hot water in the second and third bedroom. And the electricity tripping the first night and not knowing where to find the trip switch outside. Hopefullywill be sorted before our next visit.Apart from these minor issues the weekend was perfect and we will use the facility again
What an amazing, relaxing weekend. This is a super place to stay at. Luxury galore. I felt like a princess! Thanks!
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