In the south the Kruger National Park ends at the Crocodile River and on the opposite bank of the river lies Marloth Park, a twelve minutes walk down a winding, sandy track lies 3-Rondavels. As the sun begins to set, the sounds of the African day fade away replaced by a deep quiet that enfolds the veld.
At 3-Rondavels, hidden deep in the Marloth Park conservancy on the border of the Kruger National Park, there's bush magic in every hour of the day. Centuries-old marula trees spread magic branches to ward off stress and city bustle, where animals and birds welcome you to their world. We offer three trational, luxurious and spacious bushveld rondavel accommodation.
The Crocodile River forms the common boundary between the Kruger Park and Marloth Park, stretching for 17 kilometres, and is home to hippo and hundreds of crocodiles. Elephant, rhino and buffalo stay on the Kruger Park side of the river. On the Marloth side a wide variety of antelope roam free among the cottages, while giraffe and warthog may drop in at any time. Over 300 bird species fill the air with song and centuries-old trees keep watch over all. This is ancient Africa where man is but a visitor.
Safari: Marloth Park is a holiday township in a nature reserve. Houses are surrounded by bush and a variety of wild animals, fro the smallest to kudu, zebra, wildebeest and giraffe roam free.
50% deposit is required for final confirmation and the balance should be paid on or before arrival. Bank deposits are most convenient. We have no credit card facilities at present. A pro forma invoice will be e-mailed or faxed to you on confirmation of your reservation. Without a confirmation note, your reservation is not confirmed.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling