About Marloth Kruger Little Manor
Marloth Kruger Little Manor is a luxurious and spacious fully furnished holiday home in the Marloth Park Conservancy that borders the Kruger National Park, separated by the Crocodile River.
The house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, three of which are en-suite. One of the en-suite rooms has been developed into a safari room.The house have a dining room with TV area as well as a fully equipped kitchen and scullery.
The braai and swimming pool areas as well as an outdoor recreation and bar area are cordoned off by a lapa overlooking the bush veld from where you can enjoy the local bird and animal life.
The house is a short walking distance from the Crocodile river from where you can look into the Kruger at various look out spots and with a bit of luck observe the Big Five and other animals from a close distance in the river bed whilst enjoying a sun downer or walking along the river.
Guided hikes in Marloth Park is a must for bird and nature lovers during which you will also learn a lot about the history of the area, or you can go on a day trip into the Kruger or a hike inside the Kruger from the Crocodile gate accompanied by a game ranger. The gate is 14 km away from your home.
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