is a beautiful spacious double storey thatched house in the Marloth Park Conservancy and holiday village in Mpumalanga, South Africa, where wild animals roam freely around the houses.
Marloth 1483 has 2 bedrooms with double beds on the ground floor and 1 open plan room with a queen size bed on the first floor and a three quarter bed in the upper lounge. An extra single bed can be provided. There is a bathroom downstairs with a bath and shower and separate toilet. On the top floor is a separate toilet and an outside shower.
There is a spacious lounge and dining area above and an open plan kitchen lounge and dining area below. The kitchen is fully equipped for all your holiday needs. The sitting area above has comfortable seating and is equipped with a television with DSTV access. Guests must please bring their own decoder and SIM card. A washing machine is also at your disposal.
There are wooden decks around the house on the upper floor where guests can relax, watch the wildlife and over 300 different species of birds in the area, feed the bush babies and enjoy the wonderful nature and beautiful sunsets.
Downstairs is a nice big patio with a table, comfortable sofa and chairs. It also has a deck with a splash pool and barbecue area.
The animals visit regularly so take care that you have enough treats to feed them. Our bush babies love yogurt and bananas. They will early in the evening let you know that they are waiting for their food.
Linen and towels are provided.
No smoking in bedrooms and the rest of the house. Guest are allowed to smoke on decks and patio. No pets allowed.
Units are only cleaned on a Friday. There can be arranged for extra cleaning services but it is not included in the price.
Accommodation at Marloth 1483: Bedroom 1
Double Bed, Dressing Table, Nightstands, Bed lamp, Closet, Cooler, Chair, Mosquito Net, Duvet, Blanket, Linen, Towels.
Double Bed, Mirror, Nightstands, Cupboard, Fan, Mosquito Net, Duvet, Blanket, Linen, Towels.
Open Plan Bedroom Top Level, Outside Door to Top Deck and outside shower, Queen size Bed, Mirror, Dressing Table, Nightstands, Closet, Fan, Chair, Mosquito Net, Duvet, Blanket, Linen, Towels.
Top Living Room
Three quarter bed, linen, towels and lamp.
Marloth 1483 Activities:
Marloth Park is located between Malelane and Komatipoort on the southern border of the Kruger National Park (about 470 km from Johannesburg). Marloth has its own wildlife. Wildlife is not restricted by fences and move freely between the units that have been built on 1,500 ha.
Marloth Park also has its own game reserve, Lionspruit, where you get 4 of the big 5: Rhino, Buffalo, Lions and Leopards. With the dangerous animals fenced in, you can go for a walk along the river or mountain biking on dirt roads. The Crocodile River forms the border between Marloth and the Kruger National Park. You can take a drive and view the animals along the Crocodile River border. A lookout point on the banks of the Crocodile River overlooking the Kruger National Park offers a fabulous view of the river and the river's animals and vegetation.
You can also view game from Marloth's lookout area which has panoramic views over the Crocodile River and into the Kruger Park.
Although Marloth has no resident Elephants, they can often be viewed while bathing in the Crocodile River. Various predators like lion and leopard can be seen from time to time.
Activities outside yet nearby Marloth include:
Self-guided game drives into the Kruger Park, professionally guided Kruger Park Safaris in luxury tour busses or open safari vehicles. Morning walks and night drives in the Kruger Park, a round of golf at the Leopard Creek Golf Course, etc.
Two entrance gates can be used to the Kruger National Park. Crocodile Bridge gate 23 km and 40 km Malelane Gate. Komatipoort, Hectorspruit and Malelane are in a radius of 40 km from Marloth Park. Marloth Park is 424 km from OR Tambo Airport.
Activities on site:
- Bird Watching
- Game Viewing
- Horse Riding
- Bass Fishing
- Big Five
- Bird Watching
- Quad Bikes
- Game Drives
- Game Viewing
- Guided Walk
- Tiger Fishing
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