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Marloth Park (Nyati Safari Bush Camp)


Marloth Park is a small town-cum-nature reserve bordering the Kruger National Park and is extremely popular with those wanting to visit the Kruger and get a sense of the African bush.

Marloth Park lies on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, on the N4 between Malelane and Komatipoort. It is 14 kilometres from the Crocodile Bridge Gate into Kruger, 35 kilometres from the Malelane gate. It is only an hour’s drive from Mozambique, making Marloth Park a convenient stop-over for those on an adventurous Southern African road trip.

In terms of infrastructure, the town itself is tiny, giving one a real sense of immersion in nature. In between the service station, one or two shops, other basic amenities , wild animals roam freely. The situation is such that you may even find yourself enjoying your morning coffee as zebras sip from the swimming pool or needing to dodge a herd of waterbuck as you make your way to the restaurant.

 

Other animals roaming freely in the greater 3000 hectare Marloth Park area include bushbuck, impala, kudu, baboons, vervet monkeys, warthog and giraffe. In a fenced-off section of the Marloth Park reserve called Lionspruit, you will find lions, rhinos  and even buffalo.


Things to do in Marloth Park tend to centre around game viewing and taking in the bush atmosphere. The natural boundary between the Marloth Park Holiday Township and the Kruger National Park is the Crocodile River, home to hippos and drinking spot for elephants and other game not necessarily found in Marloth Park itself.


Perhaps one of the nicest things about Marloth Park is that guests can wonder through the wilderness safely. A stroll along the Crocodile River, following the Kruger Park fence, can expose you to numerous animal sightings without ever putting you at risk.


Other things to do in or around Marloth Park is  taking a microlite flight for some aerial game-viewing, getting your mountain bike out and hitting the trails and going for a guided horse trail elephant rides or playing golf at Komatipoort or Malelane. Indulge your self with a Spa Treatment at various Spas in Marloth Park.  Given its proximity to Kruger, it is also easy to arrange night drives and tours within the park.

 

You are close to:

  • Mozambique … Where some of the most amazing and unexplored dive sites can be found in the world. Close enough for deep-sea fishing.
  • Swaziland … You are only two hours drive away from the exclusive Swazi Spa en Casino
  • Some of the finest bird watching and hiking trails are right on your doorstep!

 

Game Species commonly found in and around Marloth Park Area:

  • With adrenalin pumping through your veins, you might watch a lion hunting a buck or a leopard watching in a tree for prey. Animals roam freely around the camp. Elephant, buffalo, lion, rhino, impala, kudu, waterbuck, giraffe, bushbuck, zebra, leopard, cheetah, hyena, jackal, hippo, infrequently cape hunting dogs and a variety of smaller antelope such as duiker and steenbok are often spotted in and around Marloth Park.


Birds of Marloth Park:

  • Wake up to the satisfying call of the fish eagle! More than 300 species of birds have been identified in Marloth Park - TRULY A BIRD WATCHERS PARADISE!


Facilities on Grounds:

  • There is also a clubhouse, swimming pool, pub, a variety of restaurants, hardware store, petrol station, tennis court and volleyball. Beautiful lookout points on the Crocodile River.
  • If you prefer to stay near but not in the Kruger National Park ,Nyati Safari Bushcamp in Marloth Park is the perfect option for you
  • This exclusive bush camp offers an authentically South African wildlife experience, matched with owners Frans and Margie who are passionate about the bush and their guests. For nature-lovers this graceful reserve cries out to be explored. At Nyati Safari Bush Camp we have created a friendly and personal atmosphere, offering as much relaxation for our guests as we possibly can. Nothing has been spared to leave our guests with a truly unforgettable experience. At Nyati Safari Bush Camp we will make you feel welcome, at home and part of the family. Although this is a self-catering establishment, there is a fully licensed restaurant Jabula Lodge which is 150 m from Nyati Bushcamp. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be enjoyed by guests. There is 24-hour security in Marloth Park.
  • The camp consists of 4 separate bush chalets, 2 with single beds and 2 Honeymoon suites with queen and King size beds, en-suite bathrooms as well as bar fridge, coffee/tea making facilities and ceiling fans. A sparkling swimming pool to relax and sip sundowners while the boma fire creates time to experience the African evenings in the bush while game roam freely.  We are 80 meters walking distance to the Crocodile river bordering the Kruger National Park
  • A central kitchen which forms part of the camp is fully equipped with all utensils, crockery etc. and serviced daily, dstv on site.
  • We offer mid-week stay specials as well as pensioners discounts