Welcome to Marloth Park
Experience wildlife in luxury on the doorstep of Kruger National Park
Marloth Park is a wildlife conservation area bordering Kruger National Park along the Crocodile River.
Within Marloth Park, the absence of fences allows animals within the park to walk freely among the few houses. Animals within the park include kudu, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, hundreds of bird species, wildebeest, many different gazelle, a few smaller predators and reptiles, and many more.
Lovely stay at Khaya Umdani
Dear Louise, I hope this email finds you well. Thank you very much for the wonderful experience at Khaya Umdani – My Uncle and Aunt loved the house and the whole experience. We will return to Marloth at some time in the future. Wonderful experience and the house was impressive. We loved the swimming pool and the braai area. Seeing the wild animals coming so close was an experience... Read More
Louise, Kyk, toe hulle nou uiteindelik gister daarin slaag om my onder groot protes in die bakkie in te boender, het ek besluit dat Khaya Umdani seker een van die beste plekke is waar ons nog gebly het. Regtig, wel gedaan aan julle!! Ek het in my lewe al so gewens dat ek my huis kan hak aan die kar en so gaan vakansie hou. Mevrou, en hier gaan... Read More
Just returned from a 17 day visit to SA, of which we spent 8 days in your beautiful lodge.I was there with Martin Conn, his daughter Ryhana and his son Aidain. We had a fantastic time! You certainly know how to make your guests feel very special. We had everything we would ever need. Bernadette looked after us so well and we will get back in touch with her,... Read More
I will highly recommend this well maintained and well equipped spacious lodge, the bedrooms and living rooms furnished very tastefully, serviced daily with very friendly staff, wide variety of outdoor cooking facilities & kitchen well equipped with modern appliances. It was really something special and relaxing holiday with kudus and zebras on your doorstep. I will definitely stay at Khaya Umdani again. Thanks to the owners, Danie and Louise,... Read More
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