Kudu Lodge offers self-catering accommodation in one of two 8 x sleeper self-catering double storey thatched holiday homes. Each home has 2 x double bedrooms and a loft area furnished with 2 x single beds & 1 x bunk bed.
The master bedroom upstairs has an en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, basin & toilet. The double bedroom downstairs has an adjoining bathroom with shower, basin & toilet and the loft area is serviced by its own bathroom with shower, basin & toilet.
The kitchens are fully equipped with crockery and cutlery and includes fridge/freezer, stove, microwave and dish washing machine. Bed linen and bath towels are provided - swimming towels should be brought with you. Each home is fitted with 3 x air conditioning units. DSTV available - just bring your own smart card.
Each home boasts its own private boma area including splash pool (jacuzzi size), braai & seating together with built-in serving and wash up facilities. The decks overlooks the bush, parkland and lapa. There is also shaded parking provided for 2 vehicles at each house. 24-hour Armed response is also provided to the homes by a local security company based in Marloth Park.
This accommodation provides a tranquil and unforgettable experience with wild life roaming freely in their natural environment as there are no fences in Marloth Park. Regular visits to the home are made by countless Zebra, Kudu, Impala, Giraffe, Warthog etc.
Marloth Park borders the Crocodile River which provides the ideal setting for game viewing and late afternoon sundowners and is approx. 25km from the Crocodile Bridge entrance into Kruger and approx. 45km from the Malelane entrance.
Game vehicle drives can be arranged with some of the local tourism agents based in Marloth Park.
Marloth Park has a number of restaurants and for dining and a large swimming pool at the Municipal grounds. There are shops for necessities as well as a garage.
From Nelspruit continue on the N4 to Malelane. Pass through Malelane and then past Hectorspruit. Continue straight on until you reach the Marloth Park sign board. Turn left towards Marloth Park and travel on the gravel road for approx. 5km until you reach the main gate entrance of Marloth Park.