Appreciate the beauty of Marloth Park with 2-night stay at Leopard Kruger Lodge!
This is the deal:
- A 2-night stay for 2 people at Leopard Kruger Lodge
- Includes: breakfast and dinner
- Breakfast : English Breakfast
- Dinner is 1 Meat, 2 Vegetable and a Starch (meals can change due to dietary requirements, allergies or Halaal preference)
- 1 Game Drive at Marloth Park for 1 day
Escape from the city and enjoy the all that Marloth has to offer with a 2-night stay for 2 people at Leopard Kruger Park!
About your stay:
Leopard Kruger Lodge is a family friendly lodge tucked away in Marloth Park. It offers a wide variety of activities for young and old to enjoy and is a breath of fresh air!
Leopard Kruger Lodge, has four rooms that includes bathing facilities. Room 1 has a queen-sized bed, a bathroom with a bath and a cot for a baby. Room 2 has a two single beds and a 3/4 bed with a shower. Room 3 and 4 has a queen-sized bed with a shower. The lodge also has a pool and braai area.
About Marloth Park:
Between Malelane and Komatipoort in Mpumalanga, on the southern edge of the Kruger National Park, is a 3,000 acre wildlife preserve and vacation destination called Marloth Park. It is a well-liked rest stop for travellers going to Mozambique, Swaziland, and the Kruger National Park because it provides a chance to see four of the legendary Big Five. View the first-rate lodging options in Marloth Park.
A year-round vacation destination, Marloth Park enjoys a humid subtropical environment with mild winters and balmy summers. Despite the park’s lack of infrastructure, you can still find the necessities there, such as a range of eateries, two shops, a gas station, a hardware store, and a bottle store.
With the exception of the elephant, Marloth Park is home to four of the Big 5! Elephants, however, are frequently spotted splashing around in the Crocodile River, which separates Marloth Park from the Kruger National Park. Lionspruit, a distinct game reserve within Marloth Park, is home to the rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard, while other animals including kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, baboons, bushbuck, vervet monkeys, nyala, impala, warthog, and ostrich are allowed to travel freely between the units.
Due of Marloth Park’s proximity to the Kruger, travelers may explore the park with ease while yet having a less developed location to return to at the end of the day. The absence of fences encourages visitors to explore Marloth Park at their own pace on bicycles, self-drives, and bush walks.
Listen out for a lion’s distant roar at night! Marloth Park is a fantastic location for wildlife encounters and fun family outings, whether you go for a weekend or a month.