What is Marloth Park? Marloth Park is a tipe of Wildlife Estate, proclaimed as a “Holiday Town” in 1972. It comprises of 3000 Ha of land with wildlife roaming freely in the park. There are about 1500 properties of which 800 has permanent residence in. Wildlife in Marloth Park: Impala, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra, Kudu, Giraffe, Common Duiker, Nyala, Bush Buck, Ostriches, Banded Mongoose, Dwarf Mongoose, Vervet Monkeys, Baboons, Leopards, Black-Backed Jackal. Occasional we get lions for Kruger Park that walk around here for a couple of days
Where is Marloth Park? Marloth Park is situated on the South Western border of the Kruger National Park near the Crocodile Bridge Gate. Komatipoort town is about 20 minutes drive from Marloth Park. Nelspruit (Mbombela) is the closest city and is about 100km from Marloth. Which is the closest Airport to Marloth Park? The closest Airport to Marloth Park is Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) situated just outside Nelspruit it’s approximately 100km from Marloth Park How far is Marloth Park from OR Tambo International Airport? Marloth Park is about 430 km from OR Tambo International Airport Can I stay in Marloth Park? Marloth Park offers a wide variety of accommodation types, from Back-packers to self-catering houses to upmarket fully catered lodges like Mvuadona Safari Lodge
Where to eat? Various restaurants are in Marloth Park however, for all the guests of Mvuradona Safari Lodge we offer all the meals during your stay. Should you go on a safari n the Kruger Park then we will arrange a breakfast pack for you and lunch can be enjoyed at Lower Sabie Rest Camp Things to do in Marloth Park : The main attraction to this area is the Kruger National Park. Game Drives in the Kruger Park is therefore a must-do while your visiting. Photographic Safaris can be booked at Mvuradona Safari Lodge for all the wildlife photographers. Bushwalks is a wonderful experience as you get to see and learn so much about nature, more than you do on a game drive. Wildlife is plentiful along the Crocodile River. Furthermore, guests can just enjoy the tranquility of the bush. So now that you know more about the area I hope to see you soon here at Mvuradona Safari Lodge.
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