About Izindlula Lodge
Guests hoping to experience a true bushveld getaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Izindlula Lodge. It is a great choice for families or groups visiting the scenic holiday town of Marloth Park.
This lovely lodge has three spacious bedrooms. One room has a king-size bed, one has a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom, and the last room has two double bunks. There is also an additional bathroom for guests to make use of.
Guests can prepare delicious meals in the fully equipped kitchen and enjoy them on the outside patio while watching zebra and giraffe grazing nearby. The comfortable living area is the ideal space to relax in while the large windows provide plenty of natural light and views of the bush.
The lodge is situated just a short distance away from the Crocodile River, which is a great spot to appreciate the abundance of bird- and wild life living in this area. End the day off at the boma while sipping a drink next to the crackling fire and experiencing a beautiful bushveld sunset.
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