Bundu is a lovely self-catering home, ideally situated a mere 600 m from the Crocodile River which separates Marloth Park from the world-renowned Kruger National Park. This affordable breakaway is in a nature lover’s paradise and a wide variety of game and bird species are found around the house in untamed bushveld vegetation.
Bundu can comfortably accommodate up to six guests and comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, living area and patio. The bedrooms each contain either a double bed or twin single beds.
The kitchen is well equipped for self-catering and includes a stove and oven, fridge-freezer and a kettle, as well as a breakfast bar with stools. Braai facilities are available on the patio and the house also offers a splash pool at an additional fee.
The splash pool can be used for a once-off additional fee of R100.
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