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Zinkwazibush consists of 3 Bedrooms each with its own on suite bathroom.
Go to bed with the roaring sound of lions, Wake up to the call of the Fish Eagle. This is exactly what you can expect at Zinkwazibush, Zulu for "the place of the Fish Eagle".
Situated in Marloth Park, adjacent the Kruger National Park, you can find your most memorable bush experience with all the luxury you deserve.
Beautiful endemic plants, bushes and trees surround you. A sanctuary for wild game that wander freely through Marloth Park. Explore the bushveld and animal life at your leisure, on foot, mountain bike or by car.
With the constant stress and complications of daily living we all need our regular contact with nature to switch off, completely unwind and reflect.
Whether it's just a short weekend refresh or a peaceful extended stay amongst the beautiful natural surrounds you will come away inspired and revitalized - we guarantee it!
Facilities provided during your stay
In our rooms
On suite bathrooms
As load shedding is a reality in South Africa, we have installed back up lights in the Kitchen/lounge and braai area. Guests will still be able to cook their favourite dinner either outside or on the gas stove. We also have two gas lanterns with spare gas canisters for additional lighting.
Zinkwazibush makes use of trip organizers in the area for Day trips to the Kruger National park as well as trips in Marloth park.
Sabi Sand Reserve
Game Reserve in Sabi Sand Reserve (78.9 km from Marloth Park Conservancy)
Situated in the south-western part of the greater Kruger National Park, Sabi Sand Game Reserve is famous for having some of the best year-round Big Five viewing in South Africa. Renowned for the high incidence of leopard sightings, Sabi Sand is also one of the best places to see cheetah, lion and wild dogs.
Popular Attractions in Hazyview (79.7 km from Marloth Park Conservancy) Join Idle & Wild Nkosi Adventures for a memorable experience along the river through the natural bush of the Sabie River Valley. With experienced guides and approved equipment, this is an excellent family activity. Trips start at 09:00, 12:00 and 15:00, 7 days a week.
Duration: one and a half hours.
Note: Only children older than 5 years.
Kruger Park Crocodile Bridge Gate
Nature Reserves in Crocodile Bridge Gate (12 km from Marloth Park Conservancy)
Crocodile Bridge Gate provides the most eastern entrance into the Kruger National Park and is in close proximity to the border post between South Africa and Mozambique. Named after the Crocodile River, Crocodile Bridge Gate is the most direct route into the south-eastern section of Kruger.
Kaapsehoop or Kaapschehoop is a town in the Mpumalanga province (formerly Eastern Transvaal) of South Africa. It is situated about 25 km from Nelspruit. Kaapsehoop is known for its wild horses. There are estimated 150-180 wild horses. These horses are remnants of the gold mining days, the Boer wars and the early cattle farmers.
Perrys Bridge Brewery
Bars in Hazyview (81.5 km from Marloth Park Conservancy) When the summer heat of the Lowveld gets intense, Perry's Bridge Brewery is an awesome spot to visit to quench your thirst. With their own selection of beers on tap as well as a good selection of imports, it is the ideal place to relax with friends. For non-beer drinkers there is a range of wines and also a mouth-watering menu.
The Elephant Sanctuary
The Elephant Sanctuary is situated in the Lowveld on a 600 hectare reserve that is home to two African elephants: Kasper "the gentle giant" is a stunningly huge 3.3m tall male who was hand-reared on a farm in Namibia; Kitso is an adventurous and playful 10-year old elephant, just like his human counterparts! The main focus of The Elephant Sanctuary is to educate people about all aspects of elephants and elephant husbandry. If we discuss the elephant's ear, for example, you will get the opportunity to actually touch one and to get a closer look at the smoothness of the skin on the back of the ear compared to the rough skin on the outside. We also offer a short elephant-back ride - a privilege historically reserved for kings.
"Experience the thrill of Mpumalanga's longest Aerial Cable Trail" Experience the freedom of gliding over one of the last remaining natural forested valleys along the Sabie River adjacent to the Kruger National Park. The aerial cable trail takes you down into the valley basin, stopping along the way on a number of elevated platforms to admire the natural vegetation, birdlife and the views of the forest floor below Each section of the trail varies in length from 70 to 230 meters linking a total of 10 platforms, making the total length of the trail 1.2km. The trail has been designed and built to South African civil engineering standards and all the equipment has been designed specifically for this activity and tried and tested worldwide. All groups are escorted by qualified guides.