Marloth Park Is a 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, giraffe, 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 a 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!
Activities in Marloth Park:
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, but the local and gravel roads can be a challenge.