Things To Do

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Places to Go & Things to See and Do

There is such a diverse selection of activities and attractions in and around Marloth Park, many of which are internationally acclaimed. The first of these is obviously the iconic Kruger National Park. Visiting the Kruger is a MUST and we highly recommend booking a Safari with an experienced guide. Knowledgeable guides have a wealth of experience and information to share and are often familiar with the local territories of animals in the Kruger, which does optimize the chances of seeing something extra special.

Guided walks in the Kruger are also available, and for many people, this is a bucket-list item!

Another world-famous destination in our vicinity is the Sudwala Caves near Nelspruit. Widely believed to be the world's oldest caves, they boast exceptional rock formations and even a massive amphitheater. This attraction also has a fish spa, butterfly experience, and Dinosaur Park.

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For those who love Horse Riding, rides can be arranged in a beautiful natural setting less than 100km away.

The Panorama Tour is a firm favorite among guests from all over the world, as it showcases many of the breath-taking mountainous sites of Mpumalanga, including Bourke's Luck Potholes, God's Window, and the Mac Mac Falls, to name just a few. This is a lovely day trip.

Other day trips include excursions into nearby Mozambique and Swaziland, where you can enjoy the hospitality, creativity, and cuisine of neighboring cultures.

If you love water, then Tiger Fishing may be more to your tastes! Or alternatively, you could relax on a sunset cruise, or participate in a bird-watching excursion.

If exploring Marloth Park is something you would also like to do, your options include walking, running or even cycling. It truly is an amazing experience to roam freely alongside wild animals!

If you are interested in booking any of these activities, please e-mail us in advance to avoid disappointment.

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