About Fish Eagles Nest Self-catering
Fish Eagles Nest lies in the heart of Marloth Park. This bushveld town provides easy access to the Kruger National Park, Mozambique and Jeppe's Reef. The royal Swazi Casino is also within close proximity.
Experience a breathtaking sunset from the balcony while sipping away at a sundowner. Enjoy many activities such as hiking, birdwatching and mountain biking. The main camp provides tennis courts and a large swimming pool. You will also find the splash pool at Fish Eagles Nest to be an oasis on a very warm summer day. This lodge has no electricity for a true bush experience.
Safari: Wildlife roam freely through the reserve which borders the Kruger National Park.
To avoid any misunderstandings a booking constitutes a binding contract. All guest confirming a booking are held responsible for the payment of the accommodation and all extras that are used during there stay. We will seek compensation for any cancelled accommodation that cannot be re-booked, including premature curtailment of stay. ... To avoid any misunderstandings a booking constitutes a binding contract. All guest confirming a booking are held responsible for the payment of the accommodation and all extras that are used during there stay. We will seek compensation for any cancelled accommodation that cannot be re-booked, including premature curtailment of stay. Accommodations will automatically be cancelled if the 50% deposit is not received within 48 hours from making reservations. The rest of the account must be paid before 2 weeks before arrival, so that the information on where to collect the keys, can be provided. R 880.00 is the rate for 4 adults per night, any extra person will pay R150 per night. see more
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