About Khaya Umdani Mpumalanga
Khaya Umdani is a self-catering guest house situated in Marloth Park. It offers guests a perfect combination of the luxury of home and the excitement of the untamed African Wilderness.
Marloth Park is situated between the Kruger National Park and the Lionspruit conservation area. Big 5 sightings are a common occurrence along the banks of the Crocodile River which is only 500 m from Khaya Umdani. Smaller animals often graze near the house where guests can be sure to meet wildlife ranging from kudu and warthogs to giraffes and zebras.
Safari: Marloth Park borders on the Kruger National Park and Lionspruit. Wild animals roam freely within the Marloth Park Conservancy, making sightings a regular occurrence.
The balance of the booking is due 14 days before the arrival date. Please inquire about special rates for families.
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