About Hunters Rest Marloth Park
Hunters Rest Marloth Park is a spacious self-catering house, situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy, bordering the Kruger National Park. Marloth Park has no fences, allowing wild animals such as kudu, wildbeest, impala, waterbuck, zebra, nyala, giraffe and many more to roam freely.
This house has two spacious bedrooms sleeping four, and an open-plan mezzanine sleeping two. Additional sleeping space can be arrange on mattresses for children. One bathroom that includes a spacious shower and a toilet.
The house has an open plan living room with a kitchen fully equipped for self-catering with all cutlery and crockery provided. The spacious living room offers comfortable seating, and radio. The property includes two fireplaces, braai facilities and a small splash pool.
Marloth Park is a holiday town situated next to the Crocodile River, which forms part of the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park.
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Things to do in and around Marloth Park
(0 km from Marloth Park)
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...
(21.8 km from Marloth Park)
With prominent wildlife frequently spotted in the river, a round of golf at Komatipoort Golf Club can be an amazing experience. This 9-hole course is a locally developed project, and welcomes everyone to come and enjoy a round of golf. Facilities...
(12 km from Marloth Park)
Crocodile Bridge Gate provides the most eastern entrance into the Kruger National Park and is in close proximity to the border post between South Africa and Mozambique. Named after the Crocodile River, Crocodile Bridge Gate is the most direct...
(21.4 km from Marloth Park)
Kick back in an open safari vehicle on a tour of Kruger National Park. Qualified FGSA field guides will introduce you to the Big 5 and seek for the Magnificent 7. Definitely a far more enjoyable Kruger experience than self-driving in a small sedan.