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Marloth Park

Marloth Park

It’s in those rare havens like Marloth Park where you can expect to see wild animals pop around for a visit during a braai, or while you sip on your morning coffee looking out over serene South African bushveld.

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It’s in those rare havens like Marloth Park where you can expect to see wild animals pop around for a visit during a braai, or while you sip on your morning coffee looking out over serene South African bushveld.

The lush reserve is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River, 20km outside of Komatipoort on the southern border of the Kruger National Park.

It was founded in 1972 as a holiday township, and to this day is a popular stopover for tourists heading to the Kruger National Park, Swaziland and Mozambique.

Freedom of movement is unhindered, and you can walk safely through a wildlife estate teeming with game at your leisure. Expect to see a variety of antelope, giraffe, zebra, baboons and a huge diversity of birdlife. The park also boasts the Big Five minus one (elephant), but they roam the Kruger National Park just across the Crocodile River.

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VISITORSGUIDE

Vivtors Guide Booklet

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Kruger Lowveld Head Office

Crossing Shopping Centre

Nelspruit

+27 (0)13 755 1988