Marloth Park Wildlife Resort

Bordering the Kruger on the Crocodile River!

Marloth Park Wildlife Resort


Marloth Park wildlife resort on the Crocodile River. Marloth Park derived its named after a German botanist by the name of Rudolf Marloth. He is also the discoverer of the ‘marlothii aloe’ found in Marloth Park. Hence, named after this famous person. Marloth Park lies on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. Even more, in general, well known located, and I quote ‘On the banks of the Crocodile River’.

Marloth Park derived its name after a German botanist by the name of Rudolf Marloth. He is the discoverer of the ‘marlothii aloe’ found in Marloth Park. Hence, named after this famous person. Marloth Park lies on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. Even more, in general, well located. Quote ‘On the banks of the Crocodile River’.

Marloth Park Wildlife Resort

Most noteworthy, inside Marloth Park. The freedom of movement is remarkable. Also, tourists can ride a bicycle, or go for a walk on their own through the African bush. Similarly, strolling along the Crocodile River, visitors can watch spectacular wildlife scenes. Likewise, the adjacent Kruger National Park. Will seldom disappoint by not being able to see the ‘Big Five”. Hence, local restaurants, shops, and a filling station are on your doorstep. Above all, visiting Marloth Park is a highlight plus. On any agenda, for those wanting to be close to nature!…

Marloth Park Wildlife Resort

The mascot of Marloth Park

These cats rely on their considerable speed over short distances. Of up to 400 metres when hunting. Theirs, long legs have non-retractable claws. This feature provides extra grip. On the ground when running. It’s tracking, is also aided by good sight. The species is not dangerous to man. When encountered on foot, a cheetah will look long and hard in your direction. And then move off at high speed. They can yet be aggressive under captive conditions. It is always advisable to handle them with care — A smack in the face with those long claws, shall not be forgotten — an extract out of the book ‘Signs of the wild’ by Clive Walker.

Worthwhile links: Sabiepark, Kruger National Park. Marloth Park Wikipedia

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