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About Debrico's AmaBush Lodge

If it's peace and tranquility you're looking for then Debricos aMaBush Lodge is where you want to be. Enjoy all the luxuries of home whilst revelling in the intoxicating pleasures of the Low Veld Bush and the Crocodile River just 150 m from your front door. The reserve itself is also home to a wide variety of game and you can enjoy the sight of many of these roaming around your front garden.

Marloth Park is a comfortable four-hour drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria and on the way to the Kruger national Park. It is a 3000 HA Reserve adjoining the Kruger National Park along its southern border, the Crocodile River. Kruger National Park can be accessed by either the Crocodile Bridge Gate or the Malelane Gate. There are a number of shops and restaurants within the Reserve for your convenience.

Game drives and night drives into the park, golf nearby, trips to Swaziland, Mozambique and the Panorama are all exciting activities available in the area.

  • Response Rate: 96%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 1 Reviews


  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Satellite TV*
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Debrico's AmaBush Lodge Rooms

Reviews for Debrico's AmaBush Lodge

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Yolandi Hall, South Africa
06 January 2015

Great lodge to relax in the bush. Beautifully decorated and equipped with everything one would need. Thank you for all your efforts

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Debrico's AmaBush Lodge is 2.5km from the centre of Marloth Park , the nearest airport 78.9km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling