Wildsbokkie Holiday Home
is a large self catering home situated in Marloth Park, bordering the Kruger National Park, where game roam free around the house. Wildsbokkie is walking distance (1 km) from the fence between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park, where the Big 5 is often spotted.
It features a well equipped kitchen, a large dining room, a large Lapa/lounge, 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a guest toilet. The house sleeps 18 people - double beds (6) and single beds (2) and four children under 12 sleeping coaches = 18 people.
All rooms have air conditioners and roof fans.
There is a large sparkling swimming pool with benches inside the pool. Full DStv is available in the large Lapa. There are three places where barbecues can be held - 1 Jet Master indoors, 1 Weber braai and 1 braai at the Boma. The beautiful garden and carport is fenced in for security and for children. There are 5 lockup carports for cars and trailers.
Wildsbokkie is truly a beautiful holiday home for a large family or group, where friendly and professional Staff members are waiting to give you their extra mile
Accommodation at Wildsbokkie Holiday Home:
Wildsbokkie is a holiday home, therefore the rooms will be similar to a large house with 6 bedrooms. All rooms are fitted with cupboards, bed lights, loose carpets, bedding, towels, air conditioners and roof fans.
1st Room - 1 Double bed and 1 Single bed - sleeps 3 - en-suite with bath and shower.
2nd Room - 1 Double bed - sleeps 2 - own bathroom with bath, but not en-suite.
3rd Room - 1 Double bed and 1 Sleeping Coach - sleeps 4 - en-suite bathroom.
4th Room - 1 Double bed - sleeps 2 - shared bathroom.
5th Room - 1 Double bed and 1 Single Bed - sleeps 3 - shared bathroom.
6th Room - 1 Double bed and 1 Sleeping Coach - sleeps 4 - en-suite with bath.
It is a self catering house, therefore no coffee/tea/fridge/bar facilities available.
Wildsbokkie Holiday Home Activities:
- There is a large sparkling swimming pool with seats inside the pool.
- There is a flat screen television with full DSTV in the Lapa from where game can be watched through large glass sliding doors.
Wildsbokkie Holiday Home Map:
Clothing & Accessories:You need to bring along:
Your camera, binoculars, game and bird books, walking shoes, insect repellents, towels for swimming and bottle water. Bath and hand liquid soap is provided. Toilet paper - only first roll in each bathroom is provided.
All cleaning detergents for kitchen and bathrooms are provided.
Health & Climate:Marloth Park is a malaria area
. Please refer to your local doctor for the necessary precautions to be taken.
Marloth Park is bordering the Southern part of the Kruger National Park, which is very hot during the summer season (September to April) and it is recommended that you bring a good sun screen and very light clothing. However, during winter months, a light jersey or jacket is recommended.
Wildsbokkie Holiday Home Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 1 review.
Very nice property. Had a very nice stay. Place is nicely equipped. We will definitely stay there again and again.
Rating: Reviewed by Jessice Combrink on 6 December 2016
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