To keep guests and wild animals safe~
Marloth Park is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in nature and embrace the magic of the wild. To ensure that this is possible while keeping both our guests and our beloved wildlife safe, the following rules of Marloth Park conservancy apply, and offenders WILL be prosecuted:
- No walking around in the dark (Sunset to sunrise curfew is enforced for all residents and guests).
- Speed limit – 50 km Max on tar roads and 30 km max on sand roads.
- Animals have right of way at ALL TIMES. While driving, please look out for the little creatures like tortoises, snakes, and lizards, etc.
- No hand-held spotlights allowed at night when viewing animals – it causes the animals to be temporarily blinded.
- Please do not feed the animals – especially monkeys and baboons.
- Strictly no pets allowed.
- No music or loud noise – disturbing animals or neighbors is strictly prohibited.
- No excessive drinking.
- No littering.
In the event of a no-show, premature departure or late arrival, the full cost of the booking is payable. The following cancellation terms are applicable:
- Bookings cancelled or modified up to 30 days before date of arrival – no fees will be charged. If cancelled or modified later, 100 % of the total price of the reservation will be charged.
- Bookings are only confirmed with a deposit, balance payable 30 days from date of check in.
- Bookings made without a deposit will be cancelled.
Check-in & Check-Out
Check-in is strictly after 2 pm and check-out is strictly by 10 am. Please note that late check outs incur an additional fee of R 150 p/h.
We regret that we do not accommodate children under the age of 10 (African Bush Adventurers and Backpackers).
Accommodation is restricted to two guests per room for our African Bush Adventurers luxury rooms, and room occupancies for African Bush Adventurers rooms and dorms apply as per our website and booking interface.
Marloth Park falls within a low-risk Malaria area. While not everyone elects to take preventative medicine, guests are advised to seek preventative advice from their local medical practitioner to make an informed choice, as prophylactics usually need to be taken in advance.