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Rated 3.9 in 86 Reviews

Marloth Park, Mpumalanga
R 650
Avg per night

The 3-Rondavels is a luxurious and spacious bushveld accommodation located in the Marloth Park conservancy, situated on the border of the Kruger National Park. It is a twelve-minute walk down a winding, sandy track from the point where the Kruger National Park ends at the Crocodile River in the south.

The Crocodile River forms the common boundary between the Kruger Park and Marloth Park, stretching for 17 kilometers, and is home to hippopotamuses and hundreds of crocodiles. Elephants, rhinos, and buffaloes remain on the Kruger Park side of the river, while a wide variety of antelope, giraffes, and warthogs roam freely among the cottages in Marloth Park. Over 300 bird species fill the air with song, and centuries-old trees keep watch over the area, which is ancient Africa where humans are visitors.

The 3-Rondavels offers three traditional, luxurious, and spacious bushveld rondavel accommodations. The Krokodil rondavel is a family-sized unit with a double-bed bedroom, a shower bathroom, and a comfortable living room area with one single bed and a kitchenette. It is equipped with a fridge freezer, a two-plate electric stove/oven, a kettle, a small microwave, and crockery and cutlery. Linen and towels are also provided.

The Krokodil rondavel has a wide covered veranda adjacent to its own braai area, and all the rondavels have walkways to the main deck. It is ideal for two adults and a child, with an additional loft area where another child may sleep.

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