Park Holiday Village is situated on the southern border of
Krüger Park, separated only by the Crocodile River. There
are no fences, so the wild animals roam freely. Residents and
visitors to Marloth Park are requested to respect this unique situation
where wild animals and humans co-exist together in harmony.
Between 18:00 hours and 06:00 hours
the Park belongs to the animals. Residents and visitors can
in their vehicles in the park during this time and experience their own
“night safari” or settle on the veranda as the sun goes down and enjoy
“sundowner”, listen to the birds and animals of the night wake up, and
sight them going about their business. Wild animals frequenting
park, are, to name but a few: Springbok, Rhino, Hippo, Kudu,
Zebra and with a bit of luck Leopards. The park prides itself in
having three restaurants to choose from should one feel that preparing
the evening meal is not on the “menu”.
Daily activities include:
Bush walks between 06:00 and 18:00 hours (good walking boots and a
local map recommended);
Bush drives throughout the day;
Swimming Pool at the Bundu Restaurant and Tennis Courts.
The Mini Market at the Bush Centre can provide you with any necessary
provisions for your stay, although if you prefer to shop more
extensively there is a shopping arcade in nearby Nelspruit , 70 kms
from Marloth Park
Krüger National Park – can be accessed via Malelane
or Crocodile Bridge Gate within 20 minutes drive from Marloth
Park. Recommended day trips: Camps Berg en Dal,
Pretoriuskop, Lower Sabie and Skukuza.
About one hour drive from Marloth Park via N4 motorway lie
Mozambique and the beaches of Maputo on the Indian Ocean. Can be
a day trip or longer.
Lies Swaziland, the last African ‘homeland’ in the mountain
region, Barberton, the spa town Baadplaas and the mountains between
Nelspruit and Carolina.
Nelspruit (the capital town of Mpumalangas), White River, Sabie
and the Drakensberge (Dragon Mountains), Gods Window and the Blyde