The Kruger National Park's largest rest camp, as well as its administrative headquarters, Skukuza is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. Well foliaged, with lofty trees along the river's edge.
Embanking one of the Kruger National Park's few perennial rivers is the Lower Sabie game camp. With its soothing riverine views and Lebombo-Mountain-skyline in the background, this camp is an exhibition of the natural wealth of this area.
Named after a nearby hill under which Voortrekker Willem Pretorius, of Carl Trichardt's 1848 expedition to Delagoa Bay, is buried, Pretoriuskop camp is one of the oldest in the park.
This stunning eight sleeper self catering house is situated in the heart of Marloth Park. Plenty of wildlife in this area and close enough to the river to take a walk to go watch the Elephants and Buffalo play in the hippo pools.
Migrate Bush House is nestled in the unspoilt bush near the southern tip of the Kruger National Park in Marloth Park. It has its own unique atmosphere with all the luxuries to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay in the bush.
Beyond the Boma Boutique Lodge is situated in Marloth Park. Marloth Park is a conservation park which borders onto Kruger National Park. We're an upmarket Lodge that has 2 swimming pools and award winning gardens.
Escape@Butterfly is a brand new thatched roof house situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy, just outside of the Kruger National Park. It is a two bedroom house with an upstairs loft area. The main bedroom has a queen size bed and an en-suite bat
Marloth Kruger Little Manor is a holiday home with lots of privacy situated in the Marloth Park Conservancy where game like Giraffe, Kudu, Wildebeest, Impala, Warthog, Ostrich, etc roam freely. Marloth Park is next to the Crocodile River which boarders th
Marloth Kruger Whispering Ants is a beautiful holiday home in the Marloth Park Conservancy that borders the Kruger National Park, separated by the Crocodile River. The house has a elegant rustic look and is surrounded by bush veld, bird and animal life...