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About Marloth Park Bona Ngwenya Lodge

Guests have their own private game viewing tower , overlooking a vast stretch of the Crocodile River and Kruger National Park. Guests hoping for a relaxing bushveld holiday with all the conveniences of home will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Bona Ngwenya Lodge. It is a great choice for nature-loving families visiting the Marloth Park Conservancy in Mpumalanga.

This beautiful lodge has two spacious bedrooms, of which both have double beds and en-suite bathrooms. There is also a loft bedroom with a double bed. The living area consists of a comfortable lounge and a dining area. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for all your self-catering needs.

Guests can spend their days relaxing in the splash pool, or by making use of the viewing tower to view the abundance of bird and wildlife in the area. The lodge is overlooking the crocodile river and Kruger national park where guest will be able to view more animals.

The lodge has a small lapa, the ideal place to enjoy a braai or simply socialise while listening to the sounds of nature’s night life. End the evening off by relaxing on the veranda while experiencing a golden African sunset.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Lodge, Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 9:00 AM
  • Reviews: 6 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Important Information

Bona Ngwenya Lodge is situated within the conservancy of Marloth Park , therefore all rules of Marloth Park apply. The most important rule is that there is to be no loud noise which would disturb other visitors, and no littering.
No fires are to be left unattended at any time, especially when going to bed.

Marloth Park Bona Ngwenya Lodge Rooms

Reviews for Marloth Park Bona Ngwenya Lodge

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Pieter du Plooy
15 January 2018

This unit is very comfortable and has most things that one would need to have a comfortable stay. It has all the mod con's that one would need and Dennis and Inge are very accommodating and went out of their way to ensure we had a comfortable stay. The pool was clean and the garden well looked after.Inge spoiled us with some of her favourite recipes and we had to stop her as we would not get through our own food stocks.The only negative aspects in my view was that the loft room does not have a bathroom / toilet, however we knew of this when we made the reservation. Also the boma area needs...
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Kevin Thomson
06 January 2018

Beautiful resort , peace and quiet and lovely views . Would definitely recommend it to others .

Dave Ingle, England
16 October 2015

We spent 6 nights at Bona Ngwenya in September 2015. It was a magical stay in a really beautiful lodge. We had all the equipment we needed and the lodge was really comfortable. We thought we would travel to Kruger Park to see game, but found it far more relaxing to sit at the lodge and have all the game come to us. The platform was a great place to view the game in Kruger Park just across the river and we had the impala, warthogs, zebra, kudu, giraffe, bushbuck and banded mongooses come to visit next to the lodge every day. The garden was beautifully secluded and we had over 50 species of bird...
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Stuart McIntyre, England
23 April 2015

We stayed at the lodge for 3 nights in March 2015. We have stayed in Marloth Park on numerous occasions andthis was by far the best lodge we have stayed at. The only thing we needed tosupply was our food, everything else was there, and I mean everything, therewas even ice in the freezer. While we were there they had some power sharing (only foran hour) but this was not a problem because the lodge was even equipped forthis with rechargeable battery lights that came on automatically, plenty oftorches and even a gas hob for cooking in a power cut. The viewing point wasgreat, you can see right...
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Johann Havenga, South Africa
02 February 2015

We had a wonderful stay. The lodge is well equipped and the air-conditioners and fans everywhere cooled us down in the January heat. Kids loved the pool. The lodge is built in the bush so you feel very much part of nature. The lookout point gives you the best view of the river in Marloth and we had great game sightings. Overall a great experience and we look forward to going again.

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Marloth Park Bona Ngwenya Lodge Map

Marloth Park Bona Ngwenya Lodge is 4km from the centre of Marloth Park , the nearest airport 73.3km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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