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.
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.
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