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Marloth Park, Mpumalanga
R 2,500
Avg per night

The cottage known as 'Indulamithi' is situated within the Marloth Park Conservancy, approximately 100 meters from the fence separating the Reserve from the Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. The area is teeming with free-roaming wildlife. The house can accommodate six guests and is furnished in a charming vintage style.

It offers two spacious bedrooms, with the main bedroom being en-suite. There is a second bathroom, an open-air shower, an open-plan sleeping area, and a spacious lounge, dining, and kitchen area with a built-in braai. A porch overlooks the private bush area, which is frequently visited by animals, and there is an outside boma area.

The main bedroom is fitted with a queen-size bed, while the second bedroom contains two single beds. A double sleeper couch can accommodate two additional guests. Linen is provided, but guests are required to bring their own towels. The kitchen is fully equipped with a four-plate gas stove, a fridge-freezer, and a microwave.

Marloth Park is a 20-minute drive from the Crocodile Bridge entrance to the Kruger National Park. The Conservancy offers ample opportunities for game viewing, birding, cycling, and walking. Lionspruit, Marloth's own game reserve, contains four out of the Big 5 animals. Grazing animals roam freely among the houses in the residential section of the reserve. All the birds represented in the south of the Kruger Park can also be seen in the reserve. Elephants and other animals are often spotted in the river bed from the gravel road next to the fence separating the reserve from the Kruger National Park.

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