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The Big Tuskers Bush Camp

Rated 4.5 in 20 Reviews

Marloth Park, Mpumalanga
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R 700
Avg per night

The Big Tuskers Bush Camp is located in Marloth Park and shares the Crocodile River border with the Kruger National Park. Many species of game and birds can be found within the park. It is situated 25 km from Malelane and 20 km from Komatiepoort and the Crocodile Bridge gate. The property is not fenced, allowing animals to roam through the camp. Lions, buffalo, and rhinos are fenced in an enormous tract of bush called Lionspruit, which is within Marloth Park. During the day, visitors are allowed to walk or cycle through the park.

The Big Tuskers Bush Camp is designed to accommodate physically disabled guests who wish to enjoy the bush. It can accommodate eight guests, with two guests per chalet. Children under five years of age stay free if sharing the chalet with their parents. Each chalet has its own bathroom, fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery, and cutlery. The kitchen is shared by all the chalets and is fully equipped. There is a braai area, and the chalets are serviced upon request. The cleaning lady charges R50 on weekdays and R75 on weekends. She can also cook for guests, but an additional charge will be levied. Guests are requested to bring their own swimming towels and torches in case of an electricity failure.

The property is located in Marloth Park and shares the Crocodile River border with the Kruger National Park. Many species of game and birds can be found within the park. It is a wonderful place for families to gather and enjoy the bush. The camp offers a special rate for families seeking accommodation for up to ten people during the year, excluding public holidays, Easter, and Christmas.

Each chalet has one double bed and one single bed, accommodating three people.

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