Attractions & Activities at Royal MarlothiKruger National Park - Maputo - Eswatini
Marloth Park is a wildlife sanctuary situated on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park. Boasting four of the big five with the exception of elephant, wildlife roam freely in the 1500 hectare park. The lions that inhabit Marloth Park are safely confined to specific areas in the park.
Kruger National Park
The Crocodile River forms a natural boundary between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park. Elephants and other species are frequent visitors to the banks of the river. Royal Marlothi Lodge is located 22 km or 13.6 mi by road from the Crocodile River Gate and 30 km or 18.6 mi from the Malelane Gate. Self-drive or guided tours of the Kruger National Park can be organized through the lodge.
Formerly known as Swaziland, the kingdom of Eswatini is renowned for its strikingly beautiful landscape, cultural richness, friendly people and biodiversity. The border of this popular tourist destination is a mere 40 km or 24.9 mi from Marloth Park.
Maputo Day Tour (Mozambique)
Royal Marlothi is the ideal stopover on your journey to Mozambique. We are located a short 20 km from the border of Mozambique and 60 km away from its capital city, Maputo. Our lodge offers guided day tours to Maputo, where guests can spend the day exploring the city or lazing on the beach.
The Panorama Route, through the Mpumalanga highlands is one of the most scenic self-drive routes in South Africa. You will drive through the winding Blyde River Canyon, the symbolic Three Rondavels, the natural rock sculptures known as Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Pilgrim’s Rest and Graskop.
At Royal Marlothi, we offer our guests a number of exciting safari experiences. Including: Elephant safaris, Arial safaris, Horseback safari, Open vehicle and Kruger National Park safaris. Please contact our reception for more information.
Royal Marlothi offers our guests mountain bikes to explore the stunning flora and fauna of the park. Game animals that pose a danger to people are strictly confined to specific areas in the park. A number of dirt roads are designated for safe exploration of the park.
The Komati river is situated close to Marloth Park. The Komati is one of few places where those who are passionate about freshwater fishing, can take on Africa’s ‘fighter fish’- the tigerfish. The river is home to hippos, crocodiles and an array of other freshwater fish species.
Connect intimately with these gentle giants as you feel the warmth of their breath and engage in the extraordinary activity of feeding them with their distinctive trunks. The knowledgeable guides will enrich your understanding of Elephants, creating an unforgettable encounter that combines fascination with these creatures and an informative journey.