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Marloth Kruger Lodges
Marloth Kruger Lodges offers you the chance to unwind and rejuvenate in the peace of the African bush.

Wake to sounds of the African bushveld and after a day of game-viewing, cool off in the splash pool or retire to the tranquility of the thatched boma for a sundowner while the kids romp around in a separate children’s boma.

Marloth Park is unique in that the wild animals are allowed to roam free, around the houses. Hence the opportunity to see Impala, Kudu, Waterbuck, Nyala, Water Buck, Reed Buck, Wildbeest, Buffalo, Giraffe, Warthogs, Duiker, Zebra, Mongoose, Baboons and Monkeys.

Elephant, Rhino and Hippo’s can also often be seen down at the river.

Bushpig and Giraffe Lodges:
Bushpig and Giraffe (sleep 6) are family friendly and comfortably furnished for a relaxing holiday. There is a waterhole on the premises, where ( non-predatory animals) zebra, giraffe, various buck and warthogs come to drink. The lodge has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, is fully equipped including fridge, stove, microwave and all utensils. All linen and towels are provided. They are air-conditioned and there are ceiling fans.

Zebra Lodge:
Zebra is a very private, luxury lodge (sleeps 6) which is decorated with attention to detail. There is a waterhole on the premises where guests can view the animals (zebra, giraffe, buck and warthogs) coming down for a drink. It is fully equipped. All linen and towels provided. Air-conditioned and ceiling fans. Splash pool and thatched braai boma.

Big 5 Lodge:
Our big five lodge has 4 bedrooms (3 of the bedrooms are double bedrooms), as well as a double sleeper couch, which gives you more privacy. It has two bathrooms and like all the other lodges, it has a fully equipped kitchen, open plan living and dining area. All towels and linen provided. Servicing optional extra. A television lounge upstairs leads onto a wooden deck. From upstairs, you can climb onto the viewing deck with wonderful views of the bush. There is a large verandah and a spacious entertainment area, with a splash pool. There is also a braai boma under thatch, so you can braai in the middle of the day in the comfort of shade. There is also a fire pit with comfortable seating. It is stylishly decorated in an African theme and comfortably furnished.

All lodges ideally located for day trips to Kruger.

Elephant, lion, buffalo and rhino can be viewed at the Crocodile River, 5 min drive away.
From:
R402.00 pps

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Facilities & Services:

  • Children under 12 years
  • Elderly
  • Other
  • Other
  • Team Building
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Dining room
  • Other
  • Bar on the Premises
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Other
  • Garden
  • Parking (off-street - covered)
  • English
  • Other Language


Marloth Kruger Lodges Activities:

Activities at Marloth:
- Waterhole
- Bird Watching
- Fishing
- Golf
- Ballooning
- Game and Nature Reserve
- River
and much more

Nearby attractions and landmarks:
- Swaziland Border approx 46 km
- Day Trips from Crocodile Gate approx 12 km
- Maputo approx 86 km
- Kruger National Park 2 km

Marloth Kruger Lodges Map:

Marloth Kruger Lodges Guest Review

Average Guest Rating: 
  4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review.


We had great time with enough space for our group of 6. The animals around the lodge added a great atmosphere. The pool would have been very welcome had it been full. A good springboard to get to the park
Rating: 
 Reviewed by David Davies over a year ago

Other Accommodation near Marloth Kruger Lodges:

Accommodation options within 8km from Marloth Kruger Lodges include:


Ex Deo Soenie Self Catering Cottage

Ex Deo Soenie Self Catering Cottage

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This newly built self-catering cottage is nestled in the unspoilt bush of the Marloth Park Conservancy which is a wildlife sanctuary and holiday town were wild animals roam freely. Marloth is located on the banks of the Crocodile River.



Mvuradona Safari Lodge

Mvuradona Safari Lodge

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At Mvuradona you are guaranteed to experience the peace and tranquility of the bushveld. Your stay with us will leave you relaxed, well rested and filled with memories of an unforgettable wild life experience.


From: R750.00
per person sharing
Wildsbokkie Holiday Home

Wildsbokkie Holiday Home

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Wildsbokkie is a large self catering holiday home and sleeps up to 18 people. We are situated in Marloth Park bordering the Kruger National Park. It features 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a large dining room, Lapa, 5 lockup carports and a swimming pool.



Du Bois Lodge

Du Bois Lodge

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A thatched Lodge situated in the 3 000ha Marloth Game Park adjoining the Kruger National Park offering 5 bedrooms - selfcatering.



Ex Deo Cottage

Ex Deo Cottage

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Ex Deo is a cottage nestled in the unspoilt bush surrounds of the Marloth Park Conservancy which is a wildlife sanctuary and holiday town. This comfortable fully equipped cottage sleeps up to eight guests.