About Maroela Chalets
Maroela Chalets can be found in the heart of the wild frontier. This delightful 3 Star, self-catering accommodation is situated in a 3000-hectare reserve adjoining the southern border of the famous Kruger National Park.
We offer four Chalets, each privately positioned within the pristine African bush. Enjoy a good rest in these lovely bedrooms and experience the calls of the wild as wildlife roam around your Chalet. Cool down in your own private sparkling pool, or enjoy your barbecue on the sun deck. Each Chalet has its own barbecue area and a fully equipped kitchen.
Safari: Game drives and viewing of wild animals are offered. We also share a common border with the Kruger National Park.
This is full self catering units .If units are left untidy and any items removed there will be an Invoice amount charged to guests .No swimmingpool towels are provided. Extra linen and refreshed towels are provided only for guests staying 4 days and longer.
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