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The ambiance in Marloth Park.
Nice and quiet, with game walking around the area.
We saw Impala, Kudu, Warthog, Zebra, Giraffe and Wildebeest.
A short drive of 3 minutes takes you to the Olifants river where you can watch all animals going down to the river to drink.
Its also only 17km from Olifants Gate at Komatipoort to go into the Kruger Park.
Lions gate, Kruger, Waterpark, Tim Shack.
Die stilte en die natuur.
The tranquil, roaming animals.
The piece and quiet with animals roaming around the houses.
Seeing animals right in front of your door, the big pool made it easy for kids to entertained along with the slides.
Very close to Kruger National Park.
The fact that it is so close to the Kruger National Park and even full of wild life itself. If you do not feel like going into the Kruger you can still experience quite a number of wild life. The shops, petrol station and restaurants provide ample opportunity to do the necessary purchases.
The exclusive Marloth Park village affords the visitor a rare opportunity to see Africa’s Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo) up close. Marloth Park inspires a sense of peaceful co-existence between man and the animals seen languishing in and around the Crocodile River – dividing Marloth Park from the Kruger National Park – and freely roaming the village streets.
Marloth Park is located just over 400km from both Johannesburg and Pretoria via the N4 northern highway. The landscape is one of remote bushveld, an ideal place to experience safaris and quiet, starlit evenings. The village occupies roughly 1500ha and adjoins the Marloth Park-owned 1500ha Lionspruit Game Reserve.
Hides have been setup at elevated points for game viewing over the Crocodile River and fences are absent, allowing animals to wander undisturbed in the village.
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