Bona Ngwenya Lodge is a stunning self-catering lodge located in the Marloth Park Conservancy. The lodge boasts its own thatched game viewing tower, with views over the Crocodile River and the adjoining Kruger National Park.
In Room Facilities:
Bona Ngwenya Lodge can accommodate up to 6 guests and comprises 2 en-suite bedrooms, 1 loft room, a downstairs kitchen and lounge. The first and second bedrooms each contain a double bed and a shower en-suite. The third bedroom is a loft room containing a double bed, single bed, shower, toilet and washbasin.
Marloth Park Conservancy bordering Crocodile River of Southern Kruger National Park, has zebra, kudu, wildebeest, giraffe and other wild animals roaming freely among the houses and for the bird lovers, an abundance of birds can be spotted.
Marloth Park Conservancy bordering Crocodile River of Southern Kruger National Park, has zebra, kudu, wildebeest, giraffe and other wild animals roaming freely among the houses and for the bird lovers, an abundance of birds can be spotted. Later in the evenings, as the sun is setting, guests can feed bananas to the resident bush babies or wait for the genet to make an appearance under the starlight. Whether guests like taking long walk along the river or just lazing around, or perhaps doing a bit of bird or game watching. Noise levels within conservancy to be kept at a suitably low level for the animals. Marloth Park Conservancy is the ideal place and Bona Ngwenya is the place to be.
*TV with satellite channels
*full kitchen including dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, stove & oven, ice-making machine
*3 bathrooms with a shower
*Back-up generator will not leave you in the dark
*Borehole water facilities available
*Loads of fun games for adults and children
*Bicycles available for use
*Open-safari Game drives available on request
Bona Ngwenya Lodge can arrange various tours that include Sadwala Caves and Dinosaur Park, a sunset cruise or tiger fishing, and open game drives in Kruger National Park. Guests can also enjoy a sunset drive through Marloth Park in an open safari vehicle. Live stream cameras overlook the Crocodile River into the Kruger National Park that feeds to a website.