About Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge
Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge is situated in the Mpumalanga Province in the "Wild Frontier" region, just beyond the Crocodile River and forms a natural border with the Kruger National Park. Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge lies in the heart of the bush in Marloth Park.Accommodation is offered in superbly appointed chalets and lodge rooms ensuring a relaxing atmosphere.
Safari: Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge is able to arrange both half day and full day safari's into the Kruger National Park. These tours both depart at 05:00am and pick up is at Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge.
Stay between 05 Sep 2018 and 31 Oct 2018 and get 15% off on selected rooms. Valid every Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu. .
Refunds on cancellation will apply as below:
Days prior to booking date.
01-07 Days - 0% refund
08-14 Days - 25% refund
15-21 Days - 50% refund
22-29 Days - 100% refund
Please note that the cancellation must be in writing.
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Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge Map
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