Own free hold property now in Marloth Park - one of South Africa's best kept secrets.
Set on 3,000 hectares of virgin bush, Marloth Park is located approximately 100 kilometers east of Nelspruit. The Crocodile River forms a common boundary between Kruger National and Marloth Park.
Entry to the Kruger National Park is via Malelane or Crocodile gate, both 35 kilometers away.
Approximately 1,700 head of game roam freely throughout the property including a resident pride of Lions. Herds of Elephant, Buffalo and for the lucky Leopard and Cheetah can be spotted on game drives or walks alongside the Crocodile River. In a recent ornothilogical survey no less than 185 different species of birds were identified.
Most houses are built of brick and thatch and builders and building materials are readily available for those dreaming of building their own bush retreat. Electricity and piped purified water is supplied.