About Gecko Cottage
Gecko Cottage is situated just outside of the little farming town of Malelane, next to the Kruger National Park.
The property comprises of a cottage and an annex, of which the cottage has two bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom, a shared bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen with laundry amenities, a lounge with DStv, a covered patio with braai facilities, ADSL Internet and a swimming pool in the garden; and the annex has a private en-suite bedroom which sleeps two people, the unit is separate to Gecko Cottage, and features include a fridge, a kettle, a microwave and the unit shares a courtyard with the main house and its four dogs. The abode also offers guests parking on the premises.
Malelane has many great attractions nearby, such as the famous Kruger National Park, the Leopard Creek Golf Estate and the Mthethomusha Game Reserve.
No Smoking allowed inside the buildings, vaping is allowed. No pets.
Gecko Cottage Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Hectorspruit
(14.8 km from Hectorspruit)
Letubi offer mild to wild quad bike and scrambler trails for the whole family. Novice and more experienced and adventurous riders alike will enjoy action-packed scenic rides in the stunning Letubi Valley. Thirteen individually rated trails offer...
(15.9 km from Hectorspruit)
Malelane Golf Club is situated 2km from the entrance to the Malelane gate to the Kruger National Park. It is a full 18 hole golf course running alongside the Crocodile River. Due to the constant flow of of water the course is green all year round....
(16.1 km from Hectorspruit)
Just a stone's throw away from the Kruger National Park, Malelane Golf Club offers a real challenge on a beautiful 9-hole course. Visitors are welcome everyday. Facilities include a pro shop, caddies, restaurant, halfway house, and other sport...
(16.3 km from Hectorspruit)
A Gary Player design, the scenic Leopard Creek Country Club boats innovative architectural landscaping, incorporating the surrounding nature into the course itself. As a result, wildlife is common either on the course or in the river which runs...