About Marrick Safari
With over 3000 hectares of pristine African savannah veld at your disposal, Marrick Safari has plenty to offer in terms of excitement, adventure, sporting activities or more relaxing pursuits. At Marrick, there is indeed something for everybody.
We have a variety of accommodation to choose from; there is our Guest House which is the original residence on the Marrick farmstead and it has been meticulously restored to reflect the elegant ambience of its earlier years. The house has five bedrooms sleeping 10 people in single or double beds. We have a honeymoon suite situated within the guest house; the room has a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom and is ideally suited to that romantic weekend away.
There is the Impala Cottage for those who prefer a more functional yet comfortable lodging. The cottage is the ideal accommodation for you and your family or friends to experience Marrick's bounty from the convenient confines of your own private lapa. There are five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a fully equipped open-plan kitchen.
The Hunters’ Cottage can accommodate up to six guests in two air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Enclosed by a reed boma, Hunters’ Cottage provides the seclusion you need for your own private party or family function. There is the Guinea Fowl Cottage which is similar to Impala Cottage in terms of style and functionality, but without the lapa. Guinea Fowl Cottage offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open-plan kitchen.
Lastly there is our Ribbok Campsite situated deep in the heart of Marrick's 3000 hectare expanse, sheltered beneath the shade of a rocky koppie lies the most rustic and basic of Marrick's accommodation options. Providing exquisite panoramic views over the Flamingo Pan and much of the reserve itself, Ribbok Campsite consists of six two-man tents and is equipped with an outdoor kitchen, a braai area and very rudimentary shower facilities.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling