About Marloth Getaway
Marloth Getaway is a home in the Wild Frontier, a nature conservancy where wild animals roam between properties and where one can surly say that Marloth Park is shared equally by man and beast.The cottage sleeps six people comfortably in two bedrooms and two bathrooms and a loft room. The country kitchen is well-equipped with self-catering essentials and looks out over the lounge’s French doors that open out into the wild. Among the dense bush, you can watch the buck grazing peacefully, a perfect picture from the cottage's sheltered patio. The town of Marloth is little more than a garage and a couple of shops, with the odd number of antelope, zebra, buffalo or even giraffe grazing in the distance. If the idea of this doesn’t appeal to, then the fact that the town is only an hour’s drive from Mozambique and her crystal blue waters certainly will.
Stay between 17 Jun 2018 and 2018/06/30 12:00:00 AM and get 15% off.
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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.