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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.

The region border two countries and is considered to be one of the most fertile regions in the whole of South Africa. It’s also unique in that you could conceivably have breakfast in South Africa, lunch in Swaziland and dinner in Mozambique, all while leisurely taking in the numerous tourism attractions that the area has to offer. The Wild Frontier is referred to as the cradle of life, owing to the archaeological discoveries dating back more than three billion years. Evidence abounds in the imposing Mkonjwa mountains, which is said to be one of the oldest in the world.

Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge lies in the heart of the bush in Marloth Park, which is home to animals including giraffe, zebra, kudu, warthog, impala, wildebeest, which roam freely around the lodge and surrounding areas. Guests are often thrilled with unbelievably close and personal encounters. For the avid birdwatcher, abundant species and wide variety of Bushveld Birds are spotted from the comfort of one’s own veranda. Most commonly seen are Hornbills, Starlings, Boubou’s, Shrikes and Woodpeckers to name but a few. The tranquil atmosphere at the Lodge allows for unique birding opportunities as man slows down, finding the rhythm of nature and begins to truly observe.

With the absence of artificial light, the stargazing at Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge is phenomenal and amongst the best in Southern Africa. How better to end a blissful day but to sit reflecting under the star studded-canopy of African skies, the vastness of infinite galaxies stretching before one. Enjoy the quiet of the African night and wake up well rested in the mornings to the sounds of nature. Here the serenity of the bush promotes deep and restful sleep. If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of every-day life, you’ve just found it.

Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge is not an impersonal establishment, but rather take pride in getting to know each and every individual who arrives at our door and strive for our guests to leave here with a sense of the magic of Africa.

Accommodation at Royale Marlothi Safari:
Accommodation is offered in superbly appointed chalets that will satisfy the most discerning of tastes. Each luxurious chalet ensures total privacy whilst relaxing on your thatched deck or enjoying your private splash pool with views into the bush.

For total comfort the chalets are equipped with bath and swimming pool towels, linen, hairdryers and an amenity basket with toiletries. Mini bar fridges is stocked with two bottled still-waters, milk, and a bottle of Bubbly. To ensure you are not totally excluded from the “real world” you have your own television with DStv in your chalet.

Other features include a fully fitted self catering kitchenette, with tea/coffee making facilities, microwaves, conventional oven and toaster. All three chalets are equipped with an air-conditioning unit. Relax and enjoy your stay in a space designed to feel just like home. There are Three chalets to choose from:

African Chalet
This Chalet is equipped for two people. It has one queen size bed, from the elephant theme on the floor coverings to the arm chairs in Zebra stripes everything has a distinct African-aura. This chalet is ideal for those who want a romantic weekend or honeymoon in the Bush. The en-suite bathroom with large bath is ideal for those special relaxation or romantic evenings.

Moroccan Chalet
Our Moroccan Chalet is equipped for four people. There is one queen size bed and two single beds with lounge area in this large open plan space. Doors open up onto a timber deck with views into the Bush. The chalet is full of warm and intense colours, almost oriental, like a 1001 nights. Can be booked for only two people or a family of four.

Swazi Chalet
The colourful relaxing Swazi chalet, also sleeps 4 people. With its harmonious blend of orange and yellow colours this chalet reminds of the small neighbouring Kingdom of Swaziland. Swazi Chalet consists of a queen size bed and two single beds. Can be booked for only two people or a family of four.
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Facilities & Services:

  • Children under 12 years
  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Elderly
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Ironing Service
  • Special Meals on Request
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Curio Shop
  • Garden
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Hiking / Walking Trails
  • Swimming Pool
  • DVD and/or VCR
  • Other


    Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge Activities:

    Kruger Safaris, departing at 05h30am or 06h00am, depending on the season and return before the gates close at sunset or mid afternoon if you choose a Half Day Safari.

    Night drive and Bush braai, 2 hour sunset/night drive in Kruger, Buffet style braai with all drinks included (wine, beer, ciders, mineral water, juice and sodas) at a nice spot inside Kruger (under the stars) with armed guides.

    Horse Back Safari - Elephant Back Safari - Quad Biking - Mozambique/Swaziland Day Tours available.

    Mini Golf in Marloth Park, Self drive day Trips to Barberton Museum.

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    Clothing & Accessories:

    What to bring:
    - Informal and comfortable clothes
    - Warm jacket for winter | night safaris
    - Comfortable walking shoes
    - Swimming costume
    - Sun block and sunglasses
    - Binoculars | camera | video camera

    Health & Climate:

    Any time of the year is a good time to visit Royale Marlothi. Spring and Summer are our rainy seasons and the bush is lush and green. Many animals give birth at this time of year and summer-visiting migrant bird species can also be seen.

    Average Temperatures:
    Spring (September – November)
    Minimum: +/- 18 degrees Celsius
    Minimum: +/- 20 degrees Celcius

    Summer (December – February)
    Maximum: +/- 30 degrees Celsius
    Maximum: +/- 35 degrees Celcius

    Autumn (March – May)
    Autumn and Winter are dry and the bush is less dense, which makes game viewing easier. Animals visit the waterholes more often due to lack of abundant water in the bush.

    Minimum: +/- 15 degrees Celsius
    Maximum: +/- 28 degrees Celsius

    Winter (June – August)
    Minimum: +/- 12 degrees Celsius
    Maximum: +/- 25 degrees Celsius

    Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge Guest Review

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


    This was an awesome weekend. Chris & Pamela you are great. Chris your food are fabulous. You will definetaly see us again.
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     Reviewed by maria kotze over a year ago

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