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About Manzini Swazi King Chalets

Manzini Swazi King Chalets is a unique leisure destination situated in Marloth Park 400 metres away from the Crocodile River on the southern tip of the Kruger National Park. The uniqueness lies in the co-existence of the animal kingdom and mankind in a single habitat.The chalets have recently been upgraded to a superior standard. The theme is African chic; they are fully equipped for self-catering and are fully open-plan. Each chalet contains a plasma screen, DStv, air-conditioning, private splash pool, private deck and braai area. The chalets are serviced daily. There are stunning restaurants in close proximity if you prefer to eat out. The area offers many activities for the whole family to enjoy in the surrounding areas. Manzini offers a magical experience which the Manzini team would love to share with you.

Safari: There are no fences and free-roaming game such as buck, giraffe and warthogs which come to visit often.

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Romantic
  • Cosy

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

Long weekends and peak periods have a minimum stay of between 3 and 5 nights, depending on the dates. Marloth Park is a nature conservation area. No loud music or noise is permitted, this scares the animals away. No flora, fauna or animals are to be harmed or removed from the park. Any persons found disregarding these rules will be asked to... Long weekends and peak periods have a minimum stay of between 3 and 5 nights, depending on the dates. Marloth Park is a nature conservation area. No loud music or noise is permitted, this scares the animals away. No flora, fauna or animals are to be harmed or removed from the park. Any persons found disregarding these rules will be asked to leave.Please switch air-conditioning off before going out. As the chalets have a septic tank, please discard any personal items in a plastic bag and put it in the disposal bin.Please do not leave any refuse bags outside as the monkeys break it open. When leaving the chalets for outings, please ensure the windows and door is shut. see more

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Reviews for Manzini Swazi King Chalets

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Sophia Swart
05 June 2017

Terrible Terrible!!!!

Robin Sharma
14 May 2017

Besides the viewing deck other facilities-rooms, kitchen etc. needs an upgrade. Was not clean with lizard poops every where. Very basic accommodation, towels and bed linens are old, kitchen items were insufficient and needs an upgrade. Looks good on the advertisement but we got surprised when actually arrived. Dean was friendly and helpful. Not a good value for the amount paid.

Annah Molete, South Africa
17 January 2017

Perfect place to clear your mind... We received a warm welcome. The chalet was neat, quiet and very private. Thank you guys very much.

Juliane Mosz, South Africa
19 October 2016

We booked the Manzini Cottage and it was a big mistake. We paid the same price as for one of the chalets (R1000 per night) so we expected the cottage to be on the same level, but instead we got a 1star backroom/domestic quarters attached to the supervisor's house. When we arrived after the 1pm check-in they were still hurrily busy cleaning. The kitchenette area didn't have cupboard doors so you could see the plumbing and pots. The zink was cracked, microwave and wall had old and sticky oil and food splashes on top. There was also no mosquito net, no white bedding (as on the photos) and there...
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Nici Jansen Van Rensburg, South Africa
17 May 2016

Went for our honeymoon. Neat and tidy. Very romantic and relaxing. We loved it!!! Didn't wanted to leave

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Manzini Swazi King Chalets Map

Manzini Swazi King Chalets is 4.1km from the centre of Marloth Park , the nearest airport 73.8km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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