Experience wildlife in luxury on the doorstep of Kruger National Park.
Marloth Park is a wildlife conservation area bordering Kruger National Park along the Crocodile River.
Within Marloth Park, the absence of fences allows animals within the park to walk freely among the few houses. Animals within the park include kudu, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, hundreds of bird species, wildebeest, many different gazelle, a few smaller predators and reptiles, and many more.
Marloth Kruger Accommodation
6 Accommodation options to choose from. Family friendly and in close proximaty of various areas of the Kruger National Park.
Khaya Umdani Guest House is a self-catering, five bedroom guest house in Marloth Park, offering accommodation for up to ten guests.
The Blue Gnu - Lovely five bedroom en-suite self-catering house, ideal for families or a group of friends. Close enough to Lionspruit fence to hear the lions roar at night. The house is serviced daily.
Oasis Blue is a luxury four bedroom, en suite holiday home bordering Kruger National park. The house is about 30 meters (100 feet) from the Kruger National Park’s fence.
677 Hornbill - Fully equipped and private self catering home accommodating up to five adults and one child in two huge air-conditioned and en-suite rooms.
Feathers - Lovely family holiday home bordering Kruger National Park. Feathers is situated within the famous Marloth Park Wildlife Estate where wild animals still roam free. A comfortable short 15km drive with a tar road will take you to Crocodile Bridge Gate, the nearest entrance gate to Kruger.
Elephant Back Safari:
Elephant Back Safari - a true amazing experience just 25km from Khaya Umdani!
Zipline and Gorge Swing:
This one is for the more adventurous adrenalin junkies. Take the Panorama scenic route via White River, Hazeyview and Sabie. On you way you'll find all the adrenalin-sport activities, like geckoing, kayaking, waterfall abseiling, tubing ect.
For this experience you can either stay at Khaya Umdani and view game from the veranda, drive around in Marloth Park or Lion's Spruit or you can visit Kruger National Park.
Kruger is only 15km away from Khaya Umdani where you enter through Crocodile Bridge Gate or 25km away you'll find the Malelane Gate.
The Southern Border of Kruger, the Crocodile River is only 400m from Khaya Umdani. Here you alway see elephant, buffalo, crocodile, hippo and lion.
Coming from Johannesburg:
- On the N4, take a left at the Marloth Park sign about 18km after Malelane.
- Follow the road all the way to the Marloth Park gate.
- Continue with the tarr road for about 5km till you get to Acutts on your left hand side of the road.
- Stop here and contact Elize Steyer at 0823803427. She is the caretaker of Khaya Umdani and will accompany you to the lodge.