The ultimate bush home-away-from-home holiday. Our well-appointed, comfortable homes have everything you need for a memorable stay, including close access to the iconic Kruger National Park. Languish beside the pool with birds and wild animals right in your garden by day, and relax beneath the stunning night skies by night while you listen to the songs of the lions, hyenas and nightjars. At our villas you can enjoy privacy, comfort and the incomparable beauty of the bush! Find out why so many of our guests keep returning to the magic of Kruger River Villas...
Each of the Kruger River Villa properties has its own special style and atmosphere, but they are all designed and equipped for your comfort. Mtombo boasts a rich history as one of the first homes in Marloth. Today, guests can experience the authentic charm of the bush while enjoying modern facilities.
Hyena House is tucked in a blissfully quiet spot where Giraffe visitors find the perfect leafy treats. Built with a wonderful blend of bush and colonial styles, Hyena House is sunny and airy and literally opens out onto nature.
Lions Gate boasts a modern minimalist style without compromising any warmth or luxury. Beautifully decorated, this well-appointed home has an open, inviting layout that tempts you to just stay home, enjoy the bush and indulge your every sensory desire.
Regardless of which home you choose, a memorable bush encounter awaits you, as you immerse yourself in the beauty of the wild.
Situated on the border of the world-renowned Kruger National Park, guests enjoy easy access to Kruger via either Crocodile Gate (14 km from Marloth Park) or Malelane Gate (+-40 Km from Marloth Park). With many fun activities for the whole family both in, and around Marloth Park, you are spoilt for choice. Explore the dusty roads of Marloth Park on foot, or bicycles. Or book a guided Safari in Kruger on an open safari vehicle...
But, don't be surprised if the splendour of the bush tempts you to just stay home and relax in the privacy and natural wonder of your villa's garden.