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Information about Marloth Park (South Africa, Mpumalanga)

South Africa -> Mpumalanga

The Owner of 'Marloth Park' says about Marloth Park
Marloth Park is situated at the Southern tip of the Kruger National Park. The park can be accessed from the N4 between Malelane and Komatipoort. Marloth Park is situated at the Southern tip of the Kruger National Park. The park can be accessed from the N4 between Malelane and Komatipoort. Access to the Kruger National park can be gained from Crocodile bridge gate +- 14 kilometers from Marloth and Malelane gate +- 26 kilometers from the park.
The Owner of 'Holidayhouse Mhofu in Marloth Park near Kruger Park' says about Marloth Park
This holiday-park Marloth Park is situated in the Mpumalanga province along the N4, some 90 km east of the capital Nelspruit. At driving distance from Swaziland, Burke’s Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon, the Three Rondavels, the small Dragon Mountains and Hluhluwe & Umfolozi National Park.

Some 25 km to the east, through the village of Komatipoort, you will find the Kruger National Park entrance-gate Crocodile Bridge Gate. And some 45 km to the west you will reach Malelane Gate, which is another entrance-gate to Kruger National Park and situated in the vicinity of the small town of Malelane.

Marloth Park covers 1.548 hectares. It comprises of 4.458 privately owned plots, each with a minimum size of 1,600 m2. Houses are built on a mere 15% of the plots, which makes it a very tranquil township. Marloth Park has two more or less guarded entrance-gates.
The Owner of 'Reverie Safari Lodge' says about Marloth Park
Marloth Park is a holiday town with Kruger National Park to the north and west and Lionspruit to the south. Crocodile Bridge entrance to Kruger Park is a mere 15 minute drive away. Marloth Park is a nature conservancy with its own animals roaming freely -- zebras, giraffe, warthog, kudu and the ubiquitous impala and no fences are allowed (except the perimeter).

Marloth Park has a few basic services available. There is one petrol station, a couple of shops with staples and basics and several restaurants. The larger towns Komatipoort and Malelan, about 20 minutes' drive away, offer a wider variety of shops and restaurants.
The Owner of 'Sadadu holiday house' says about Marloth Park
Marloth Park in South Africa.
Marloth Park is a Holliday Township and Wildlife Conservatory near the border of Mozambique.
The Crocodile River is the border between the Kruger Park and this unique township.
It has its own shops and a petrolstation
aswell as a laundry.
There are restaurants and swimmingpole and tenniscorts available
the animals are free to roam in marloth around the houses
The Owner of 'Call of Africa' says about Marloth Park
The holiday Park covers an area of 3000 ha bush. During daytime, guests can walk free through the African bush. There is a great variety of activities within the
holiday park.
450 km from Tambo Airport, Johannesburg, 100 km from Kruger Mpumalanga Int. Airport(Transfer on demand), 110km from the Indian Ocean (Maputo, Mozambique),
15km from Crocodile Bridge Gate, 17km from Konatipoort. Marloth Park is a private Holiday Park as well as a Nature Conservancy on the southern border of the Kruger Park.
The Owner of 'Marula Manor' says about Marloth Park
Marloth Park is a holiday township just 100km east of Nelspruit. The Crocodile River is the border between Marloth Park and Kruger National Park. It is just 30 minutes to the Crocodile Bridge Gate. Your ideal destination to explore the surrounding as Chimpanzee Eden in Nelspruit, Lowveld, Blyde River area, Swaziland or the Indian Ocean in Mozambique and KNP.
The Owner of 'Villa Marula' says about Marloth Park
The villa is situated in a conservancy in which wildlife roam free including Giraffe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala, Baboons and many others (except the dangerous ones!) - Some of the best bird life is southern africa can be seen in the conservancy. Adjacent to the world famous Kruger National Park, you can enjoy a full day safari, sunset drive and morning walks.
The Owner of 'Holiday House The Wild Bunch' says about Marloth Park
Marloth Park
The Owner of 'Treetops Holiday Home near Krugerpark' says about Marloth Park
We share Marloth Park with a host of wild animals such as warthogs, kudu, zebra, giraffe, impala, baboon, monkeys and many other wildlife, roaming 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 cozy campfire, you can enjoy the prolonged roar uttered by a lion or the cry of a laughing Hyena, even the grunting Hippos in the river can be heard.

Marloth Park provides amenities to purchase from two small shopping centers, a gas station, ATM, catering for your daily needs. There also are several restaurants to choose from, within the Park. The nearest villages are Komatipoort, Hektorspruit, and Malelane. Swaziland and Mozambique are also close by.
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