About Phepheka Lodge
Phepheka Lodge is a large self-catering house situated in the beautiful Marloth Park, a wildlife sanctuary situated on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park.
The house consists of two private bedrooms, two loft rooms, a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, and an open-plan living area with a TV. Guests must bring their own smart card and decoder for DStv access. There is a lovely rock swimming pool overlooking the bush and a sunny patio area with sun loungers and other outdoor furniture.
Phepuka Lodge is set on the river road which runs along the fence of the Kruger National Park. The house is regularly visited by giraffes, zebras, kudus, bushbucks, impalas and warthogs to name but a few.
Balance of booking to be paid 14 days before arrival. A key/ breakage deposit of R1000.00 is required before occupation. Please note that this is refundable in full within 7 days of leaving the accommodation should there be no breakages and the keys returned by 10.00am on the day of departure.
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