Kruger Nights

About us

Our three contemporary and unique KRUGER NIGHTS holiday homes, AKASHA, CHELESA and UMKHAYA, are located in Marloth Park, a wildlife sanctuary situated on the southern tip of the Kruger National Park. In the addition to the abundance of wildlife in Marloth Park and being able to wander the fence overlooking the banks of the Crocodile River for exciting sightings, Marloth Park is a gateway to the Kruger National Park with two major entrances nearby.

Meet your host...

The KRUGER NIGHTS Property Manager, Mondray Rabie, is a former service manager at one of the world’s most exclusive lodges. He will be as available or as invisible as you require – all whilst ensuring a fabulous stay.

Meet the Team

PROPERTY MANAGER – MONDRAY

HOUSEKEEPER – THEMBI

MAINTENANCE MANAGER – SWENKY

HOUSEKEEPER – BEAUTY

“I never knew of a morning in Africa that I was not happy…”

– Ernest Hemmingway –

Marloth Park

Marloth Park is a wildlife sanctuary where wild animals roam freely between homes. It is one of the most unique experiences with animals right at your doorstep. Although the location is remote, it borders the world-renowned Kruger National Park. Viewing of animals in the Kruger National Park is only a short 2-minute walk away, your coffee will still be pipping hot!

The bushveld roads of Marloth Park require a vehicle with some ground clearance. No low-slung sports cars but 4×4’s not a must. Shops and restaurants in Marloth are a short drive away. The closest larger town, Komatipoort, is a 20 minute drive. The Kruger National Park Crocodile Bridge Gate is also 20 minutes away.

Most of the time in Marloth Park you would be strolling for hours against the fence of the Kruger National Park at the bank of the Crocodile River. You will be amazed at the abundance of wildlife. No walking between dusk and dawn as those times are reserved for the toothy ones that at times roam Marloth Park.

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