About Kruger Kinders van die Wind
Kruger Kinders van die Wind is situated in the beautiful Marloth Park Conservancy. It is just a short distance away from the Crocodile River, making it an ideal accommodation choice for nature enthusiasts.This spacious thatched-roof house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The open-plan living room consists of a dining area and a comfortable lounge. There is also a fully equipped kitchen for all your self-catering needs.Guests can cool off in the splash pool before enjoying a delicious braai. The upstairs balcony is the perfect place to appreciate the panoramic bushveld views. Many game parks, including the Kruger National Park, are not too far away and will ensure that guests have a truly memorable holiday.R500 key deposit to be paid on arrival refundable within 5 days after departure if everything is in order.Pre paid electricity you get R50 there after you buy. R500 cash key deposit on arrival
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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.