Marloth Park, where Nextdoor Kruger, Ochre House and Terrapin are located, is a unique place.
It’s a 1500 hectare residential wildlife conservancy in natural bushland right on the doorstep of Kruger.
Marloth has its own prolific wildlife population, including zebras, impala, kudu, wildebeest, giraffes, warthogs, and several other species.
They stroll freely through the bush all around your house, and are sufficiently used to people that they will often approach with metres … or even closer; if you’re careful and take things slowly you can hand-feed a zebra or a kudu.
Right Next Door
Kruger is literally right next door. You can walk, drive or cycle from your house in minutes to the Crocodile River, which is our border with Kruger, and see elephants and more there every day.
The nearest Kruger entry gate is Crocodile Bridge, a 15 minute drive away.
Marloth Park has two shopping centres, each with a small supermarket for food and other provisions. There are two liquor stores, two butcheries, a fuel station (petrol & diesel), a bakery, a 24-hour ATM and a laundry service. There’s also three pubs, each with family style restaurants.
Marloth also contains a recreational and camping centre in a municipal park on the river. It has a large public swimming pool that’s great for kids as well as adults, and a riverside restaurant with spectacular elevated panoramic views into Kruger.