About Marloth Park Reverie Safari Lodge
If you are looking for relaxation and enjoyment of nature with all the comforts of home, Reverie Safari Lodge is the place for you.
Decorated with pieces from all over Africa, the house is finished in warm colors and furnished with an eclectic collection of antiques and modern furnishings, including an iron stove converted to electricity, air-conditioners in the bedrooms and the best mattresses available for a good night’s sleep.
There are two bedrooms, one with a loft with an additional bed, two full bathrooms, and a sleeper couch. We have DStv and internet access is available on request for a small additional charge. We are 15 minutes drive from world famous Kruger National Park with its wildlife and we also have regular animal visitors such as kudu, zebra, warthogs, monkeys and giraffes, while hundreds of birds make their home in all of the trees surrounding the house.
We are located next to Lionspruit, he private game reserve for Marloth Park and home to four of the Big 5, and sometimes hear the lions at night. The house rests between an open plain of parkland where animals come to graze or drink at our pond and a summer river with its special riverine biosphere. The house is surrounded by large shade trees, keeping it cool and providing plenty of privacy. Decks at the front and rear extend the house into the outdoors and an outdoor shower allows you to fully enjoy nature while the splash pond helps keep you cool. No other houses are visible from our house or decks so you feel completely immersed in nature.
Safari: Wildlife roam freely through the park which borders the Kruger National Park, a mere 15 minute drive away.
Romantic: Located at the base of a little hill and surrounded by huge shade trees, the house is very private and perfect for a romantic getaway without loud or nosy neighbors.
We have a two night minimum stay requirement.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling