How far is Marloth Park from the nearest Kruger Park gates?
From Marloth Park, it’s a 20 minute drive to Crocodile Bridge Gate and +/- 35 minutes to Malelane Gate.

Is there a curfew in Marloth Park?
While our access gates are open (but monitored) 24/7, there is a curfew for walking/ running/ cycling in Marloth Park from 6pm – 6am (or from sunset to sunrise).

Can I run/ walk/ cycle freely in Marloth Park?
Yes! This is one of the amazing things about Marloth Park. However, as mentioned in the previous question, these activities are only allowed during daylight hours. If you would like to explore Marloth Park on a bicycle, you can hire one here.

Are there predators in Marloth Park?
While Marloth Park is fenced (between Kruger Park and Lionspruit, and the outside world) the reality is that we still live in the wild. So it is plausible that predators can sometimes move in and through Marloth. So, while we recommend that you embrace the freedom of immersing yourself in nature, you should always still be aware of your surroundings. When predators are spotted in Marloth Park, advisories are put out tot he public.

Is Marloth Park a Malaria Area?
Yes, Marloth is categorized as a lower risk Malaria area. We recommend that you consult your doctor / healthcare provider for advice on prophylactic options and their use.

Are There Medical Services In Marloth Park?
Yes, our local clinic has a doctor, and our nearest town, Komatipoort also has doctors. Two ambulance/ paramedic teams are operational in Marloth Park, and the nearest hospital is in Nelspruit/ Mbombela just over 100kms away.

Does Marloth Park have Shops?
Yes, you can get most basic essentials and fresh produce from our 2 local supply stores. Butcheries, liquor stores and restaurants are also available, in addition to a fuel station and Post Office.

Fun Resources For Children

At Bushlife Travel, we believe in teaching children about the beauty of the wild, and our role in preserving and conserving the environment from a young age. Here are some free fun coloring activities to keep your children busy – simply download and print 🙂 (N.B. These resources may not be sold or distributed and are for personal use only)