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Marloth Park Wildlife Holiday Resort


Marloth Park Wildlife Holiday ResortMarloth Park Wildlife Holiday Resort, will meet up to all your expectations. It will even take your breath away! Do you have a passion for wildlife and would like to be close to nature? Then visiting and spending holiday time in Marloth Park, could become a lifetime experience. Marloth Park is a three thousand hectare wildlife conservancy. Its a holiday town situated on the southern border of the Kruger National Park. A popular stopover for tourists traveling to the Kruger National Park. Also close Swaziland and Mozambique, offering a chance to spot four of the renowned Big Five.

Marloth Park Wildlife Holiday Resort

Living in Marloth Park wildlife holiday resort, you will experience a humid subtropical climate. Mild winters and warm summers, making it an ideal holiday destination all year around. Whilst the park has a relative small infrastructure, you will be able to find the basics. It has a variety of restaurants, a petrol station, hardware store. A butchery, grocery store, liqueur store and many other small business enterprises. The motto being… somewhere within Marloth Park, you are bound to find someone willing to attend to your needs.

With the exception of elephants…

Marloth Park Wildlife Holiday Resort, boasts four of the Big Five excluding elephants. They are often seen splashing about in the Crocodile River bed. Deviding Marloth Park from the Kruger National Park is by means of an electrical fence. Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard roam within Lionspruit. This is a separate game reserve within Marloth Park that visitors are welcome to visit. Other wildlife such as kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest. Baboon, bushbuck, nyala, impala, warthog and ostriches, roam unrestricted amongst the unfenced residential houses.

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Dangerous game restricted within Marloth Park

With dangerous game restricted within Marloth Park, you can walk along the Crocodile River. Go mountain bike riding on the many dirt roads within the park. And the cherry on top, Marloth Park is also a birder’s paradise. Situated between Malelane and Komatipoort, two gates give access to the Kruger National Park. Crocodile bridge gate 14 Kilometers and Malelane gate 35 Kilometers. For all your Kruger Gate and other detailed Information Click “Here