Marloth Park As Seen From The Kruger Park

On the Crocodile River!

Marloth Park Kruger Wildlife Resort


Marloth Park Kruger Wildlife Resort

Picture from KNP towards Marloth Park… Courtesy: Wikipedia. Click to enlarge image.

Marloth Park Kruger Wildlife Resort. Founded in 1977, named after a German botanist Rudolf Marloth. The ‘marlothii aloe’ to be found in Marloth Park, is also named after this famous person. Marloth Park lies on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. In general well known to be, and I quote ‘On the banks of the Crocodile River’. Marloth Park is also renowned to be a wildlife sanctuary and holiday town. It boasts four of the “Big Five displayed in the gallery below” except elephant. Buffalo, rhino and lion restricted for obvious reasons to an adjacent reserve named “Lionspruit”. Kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, nyala, impala, and other wildlife roam between holiday houses. In an area of 1500 ha in extent.

Marloth Park Kruger Wildlife Resort

Inside Marloth Park the freedom of movement is remarkable. Tourists can ride a bicycle, or go for a walk on their own through the African bush. Strolling along the Crocodile River, visitors can watch spectacular wildlife scenes. The adjacent Kruger National Park will seldom disappoint by not being able to see the ‘Big Five”. Local restaurants, shops, and a filling station are on your doorstep. Visiting Marloth Park is a highlight plus on any agenda, for those wanting to be close to nature!… Worth while links: Sabiepark, Kruger National Park. Marloth Park Wikipedia