Mjejane River Lodge is an exclusive lodge situated within the revered Mjejane Game Reserve – a private Big 5 Game Reserve incorporated into the Kruger National Park.
GETAWAY BUSH is a Safe and Comfortable, Self catering Holiday Home. Nestled on a Nature Reserve called Marloth Park, it borders the famous Kruger National Park (Big5)
Needles Lodge is 4 star graded lodge that offers eight beautifully appointed bedrooms, each with its own character and atmosphere and all the luxuries to ensure a comfortable stay out in the bush.
At Migrate Bush Chalets you can expect a comfortable & relaxed break away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Our Chalets offer you the chance to relax and unwind without the stress of modern day life including children! This is why Migrate Bush Chal
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...
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.
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
Royale Marlothi Safari Lodge has 3 chalets. We have one 2 sleeper chalet perfect for a couples getaway and we have two 4 sleeper chalets perfect for family holidays.
On the outskirts of Malalane in Mpumalanga, nestled between the sugarfields of Nkomazi, the N4-toll road towards Nelspruit, Mozambique and Swaziland and a mere 2.5 km away from the Kruger National Park’s Malalane Gate, lies this aviation inspired Guest Ho
Relax in nature with a visit to Maerua Luxury Safari Tents. Our self-catering accommodation is located inside Marloth Park and within 20 minutes drive of the Kruger National Park.
Hectorspruit is a small farming town situated on the N4 between Kaapmuiden and Komatipoort on a southern tributary of the Crocodile River in Mpumalanga. The farms in the region produce sugarcane, subtropical fruit and vegetables. The town and stream is named after a Pointer dog belonging to Servaas de Kock, chief surveyor of the Pretoria - Delagoa Bay railway line. A railway station was opened here in 1891. Hectorspruit is in the narrow corridor between Swaziland and the Kruger National Park. Just outside Hectospruit is the Malelane Gate and Crocodile Bridge Gate of the Kruger Park, giving easy access to either gate for wonderful game viewing and great birding. This area is called the Maputo - Nelspruit development corridor. The history of this region is echoed in its hills and valleys, where San rock engravings and painting can be seen in profusion. There are archaeological ruins, wagon trails and early gold diggings to be explored, and a wide variety of adventure sports across the area. In the mountains of the region can be found traces of Stromatolites, blue-green algae that formed 3½ billion years ago with the first oxygen in Earth's atmosphere.