Prestigious African Game Reserves

Sabiepark Marloth Park Kruger


Sabiepark Marloth Park Kruger

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Prestigious Game Reserves South AfricaSabiepark Marloth Park Kruger. First of all, Sabiepark is a private nature reserve nestled against the Kruger National Park. Even more, on the banks of the beautiful Sabie River in the Mpumalanga Lowveld. Similarly, its location is unique allowing members with a SAN Park Wild Card. The opportunity to pop in and out of the Kruger Park at will. Maybe, even if just for a half-hour sunrise or sunset drive.

Above all, Sabiepark is one of the last strongholds of the wild. Where property owners from all corners of South Africa. And from abroad can harmonize with nature. Hence, the Eco-diversity of the area and the Sabie River. Therefore, it ensures a unique bush experience. Likewise, its position and perfect bush character regarded as a prime reason for investing in this valuable strip of land.

Marloth Park bordering the Kruger Park

In Contrast, Marloth Park Holiday Resort lies. On the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. A real bush veldt experience awaits. Those as a guest or a tourist. Hence, from wild animals visiting while having an evening barbecue. Likewise, to the song and view of birdlife. Even more, to the beautiful stars.

Hence, in the pure darkness of the African night. There sure is enough adventure. In this beautiful wildlife resort. For everyone, young or old to experience. Above all, a face to face meeting with these creatures of nature. Such as; Kudu, Zebra, Giraffe, Blue wildebeest, Nyala, Impala, Warthogs. Probably, there’s no doubt a visit to Marloth Park. Is sure to impress wildlife animal lovers.

Sabiepark’s closeness to the Kruger Park

Sabiepark adjoins the so-called ‘Land of the big five.’ Better known as the Kruger National Park. This landmark is the fifth largest reserve in Africa. The Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Claims to be the biggest. Unspoiled by humans. Since time immemorial. Therefore, a destination for thousands of travelers each year.

 

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