Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge lies in the heart of the bush in Marloth Park, a nature conservation estate, which is home to an array of animals including giraffe, zebra, kudu, warthog, impala, wildebeest and many more. These animals roam freely around the lodge and surrounding areas.
Guests are often thrilled with unbelievably close and personal encounters!
Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge accommodation
Accommodation is offered in our 5 superbly appointed self-catering chalets, 4 luxury lodge rooms, 1 deluxe room and 6 sleeper guesthouse sleeping 26 Adults & 8 children in total. Kindly note that the none of our beds can not split into 2 twin beds.
Health and 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.
Spring (September – November)
Minimum: +/- 18 degrees Celsius
Minimum: +/- 20 degrees Celsius
Summer (December – February)
Maximum: +/- 30 degrees Celsius
Maximum: +/- 35 degrees Celsius
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
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
Full payment is required 2 weeks before arrival and a 50% deposit required for a provisional booking.
Refunds on cancellation will apply as below:
Days prior to booking date.
01-14 Days - 0% refund
15-28 Days - 50% refund
29+ Days - 100% refund
Please note that the cancellation must be in writing
There is a R250.00 late check-in fee for arrivals after 21:00pm
- Drive on the N4 highway towards the town of Nelspruit. When you enter Nelspruit, follow the signage through the town towards Komatipoort and the Mozambique border.
- After you have driven through the centre of Malelane you continue on the N4 road for approx. 30km. You will drive pass Hectorspruit. About 8km pass Hectorspuit you will see on the left a sign for Marloth Park, take this left turn and continue on the dirt road (5km) and drive through the gates of Marloth Park.
- Drive for approximately 7/8km and pass the Marlothi Trading Post (on your right) drive pass the Garage Station, (on your right) until you get Eagle Street.
- Turn right into Eagle street and look for number 3906 (third house on your right) This is the Reception where you will receive your chalets keys.