Marloth Park Is an unique holiday village in South Africa.

  Marloth Park is bordered on both sides by the Crocodile River on

  the southern border of the world famous Kruger National Park.

  The nearest entrance Crocododile Bridge Gate, is a short drive

  of just 20 minutes away.

  We share Marloth Park with a host of wild animals such as

  warthogs, kudu, zebra, giraf, impala, baboon, monkeys and many

  other wildlife, they roam freely between the houses!

  A wild and colorful array of birds can also be seen at Treetops.

  In the evening, while you are having a braai or sitting around

  a campfire, you can enjoy the sound of roaring lion,

  giggling Hyena or a growling Leopard even the grunting Hippos

  in the river can be heard.

 THIS is nature,this is what makes Marloth Park a special place !              

  Amenities:

  •   Supermarkets,
  •   Butcher,
  •   Liquor store 
  •   Restaurants ( also take away)
  •   Hardware store
  •   Postoffice
  •   Petrol station
  •   Hairsalons
  •   Launderette
  •   Estate agents
  •   ATM
  •   Ice salon
  •   Carwash
  •   Nursery

    Activities in Marloth Park:

  •  Public swimming pool in Henk van Rooyen Park
  •  Tropical Waterpark in the Bushcentre
  •  Swimming pool in Bos restaurant
  •  Midget Golf in the bushcentre
  •  Hikes along the river and the park
  •  Mountain Biking 
  •  Quad rental near gate 1
  •  Gamedrive in Lionspruit (home of 4 of the big 5)
  •  Monthly birdwalks

How to get to Marloth Park

From Johannesburg it is about a 4,5 hours drive to Marloth Park.

From Nelspruit  it will take you about an hour.

The South African highways are very good, the local and gravelroads can be a challenge.