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Swimming Pool
Aircon
Deck
Microwave
Braai Area
Airport Transfers
Fan
No smoking
Parking on Premises
Balcony
Fridge
Oven
WiFi
Bath towels
Garden
Patio
Dining Area
Ceiling fans
Golf course
Restaurant
Full Kitchen
Child friendly
Laundry facilities
Serviced Daily
24hr Security
Cleaning service
Linen
TV
'Rafiki' means friend and we want to welcome you in our home as friends.
Our self catering safari house is situated in the nature conservancy Marloth Park that borders the famous Kruger National Park. We are close to the river (2mins walk) where big game such as elephant, lion, rhino, hippo and buffalo can be spotted.
Rafiki's Resthouse offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms, divided over two floors. Linen is provided.
All bedrooms have ceiling fans, AC and mosquito nets. There are two lounges and two outside viewing terraces, a large private garden, a splash pool, a braai space and a swimming pool. The kitchen is fully equipped.
In the video lounge upstairs, films available are all about safari and nature and bird lovers will find quite a few documentaries about birds, as well as books.
There is a double garage and a carport.
Surrounded by trees, our house and garden are a haven of peace, only to be disturbed by animals and birds.
Rafiki's Resthouse has easy access to the restaurants and the two shopping centres within the park and is from Marloth Park as close as possible to Crocodile Gate at Kruger (12 mins drive).
Zebra, bushbuck, kudu, wildebeest, impala, warthog, baboons, vervet monkeys, as well as other small game and birds are all regular visitors at the house, especially once they realise that the occupants of the house will give fresh water every day and healthy food (pellets can be bought at the shop). A few days' stay at least is therefore very advisable as the longer you stay, the more regular the animals will come.
At night while sitting on the veranda or having a braai at the boma, you will hear the lion roar and the hippo laugh while in the morning one hears the elephant trumpeting. It is a delight to try to identify all sounds.


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Property Type Holiday Home, Self Catering, Villa
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Marloth Park Reviews

Mark Els
03 May 2019
Beauty of the area, clean.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Rushil
15 April 2019
Animals roaming freely, clean and very quiet.
Superb. 5 out of 5
SAMONE SEWNUNDAN
01 April 2019
The view, the animals, the shops and the restaurants.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Nomhle Mtshali
02 February 2019
What a lovely stay. Enjoyed the restaurants around and what lovely food. The area is so peaceful and sultry. Coming back again I must say.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Colleen Robinson
20 January 2019
Interaction with the animals and being out in nature, but with electricity and running water!!
Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Prue hleza
31 December 2019
The ambiance in Marloth Park.
Okay. 3 out of 5
Sthabiso Ndlovu
26 November 2018
Perfection
Superb. 5 out of 5
Owen Bands
13 November 2018
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.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Rudie Harmse
11 October 2018
Lions gate, Kruger, Waterpark, Tim Shack.
Superb. 5 out of 5
Carin Goss
09 October 2018
Die stilte en die natuur.
Superb. 5 out of 5