An unique part of South Africa.
Marloth Park is bordered on both sides by the Crocodile River on the southern border of the world famous Kruger National Park.
The nearest entrance, to Kruger National Park, Crocodile Bridge Gate, is a short drive of just 20 minutes away.
We share Marloth Park with a host of wild animals such as warthogs, kudu, zebra, giraf, impala, baboon, monkeys
and many other wildlife, they roam freely between the houses!
A wild and colorful array of birds can also be seen at Treetops.
In the evening, while you are having a braai or sitting around a cozy campfire, you can enjoy the sound of roaring lion or the cry of a laughing Hyena, even the grunting Hippos in the river can be heard.
We would like to remind you that Marloth is a conservation area so please be respectful of your surroundings.
Always supervise young children around the pool areas and in the bush, remember that the animals are wild and can bite and cause serious injuries.
Marloth Park provides amenities to purchase from two small shopping centers, a gas station, ATM, catering for your daily needs. There also are several restaurants to choose from, within the Park.
The nearest villages are Komatipoort, Hektorspruit, and Malelane. Swaziland and Mozambique are also close by.
We hope to have given you sufficient insight into what you can expect from staying in Treetops.
We want you to have the best holiday possible, and make memories that last a lifetime for all the right reasons.
If you would like to have more info please feel free to send us an email
Directions to Marloth Park
Ofcourse it depends on your own planning which route you choose to get to Marloth Park.
The maps below gives you an idea how to get there from
OR Tambo Airport in Johannesburg ( 450 km) and from Kruger Mpumalanga Int. Airport in Nelspruit (98km)