Umvangazi Rest Marloth Park Holiday Home Accommodation near Kruger Park

Umvangazi Rest

Self Catering at 183 Kiaat Road, Marloth Park, 1321, Wild Frontier, Mpumalanga, South Africa. Show on Map

About Umvangazi Rest

Umvangazi Rest is a tranquil home situated in Marloth Park, a nature conservancy bordering the Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. Here the game roams freely. Warthog, various buck species, monkeys, baboons, zebras and giraffes can been seen around the houses within Marloth Park.

From viewing points you overlook the Kruger National Park where frequently buck, antelope, buffalo and elephants can be seen and at times lions are spotted. The Crocodile River is also home to hippos and crocodiles. The Lionspruit Private Game Reserve is situated within Marloth Park. Here you can view lion, rhino and buffalo.

Self Catering Accommodation

Umvangazi Rest is a self catering holiday house. It has an open plan kitchen and lounge area leading out onto a patio. While relaxing outside you can enjoy a braai / barbeque, have a bonfire in the boma or take a swim to cool off in the splash pool.

Upstairs is a deck from which to enjoy the view and relax while keeping an eye out for the animals coming by for a drink at the waterholes closely situated to the house.

The house can sleep up to a maximum of eight people and the kitchen is fully equipped. Two bedrooms are situated on the ground floor, each with a double bed with air-conditioning.

The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a shower only. Upstairs in the loft area is a double bed and two single beds. Both the loft area and second bedroom share a bathroom which has a shower and a kiddies bath.

Things to Do

There are many things to do in and around Marloth Park. Plan a day trip to the Kruger National Park, with the Malelane or Crocodile Bridge gates being in close proximity. Bring along your passports and visit our neighbouring countries of Mozambique and Swaziland. Have a sundowner or picnic at one of the lookout points along the banks of the Crocodile River. For the golf enthusiast, there is a golf course in Komatipoort.

A small shopping centre is situated within Marloth Park for your essentials and includes a garage, restaurant, deli, bottle store, laundry, hardware, bakery and butchery. Breakfast, lunch or dinner can be enjoyed at one of the lodge in Marloth Park and Komatipoort.

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In Room / Unit

  • = in all rooms
  • = in some rooms
  • Air-conditioning
  • Bathroom (en-suite)
  • Bathroom (shared)
  • Bathroom towels supplied
  • Bed linen supplied
  • Fan(s)
  • Hairdryer
  • Kitchen (fully equipped)
  • Patio / verandah / balcony
  • Private pool
  • Safe for valuables
  • Smoking: not allowed
  • Television (with M-Net)

On Site

  • Child friendly (all ages)
  • Parking (undercover)
  • Security (alarm system)
  • Swimming pool

Food & Drink

  • Braai / barbeque (BBQ)

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Quick Facts

GPS location
Latitude: -25.396415
Longitude: 31.763429

Children policy
Children of all ages are welcome.

Check-in/out times
Check-in from 14h00
Check-out by 10h00

Listed on
August 2015 - 6 Reviews

Travellers' Reviews

Wow! What a beautiful and relaxing place! Thank you once again, your place is stunning. We will definitely come visit...

Elizabeth van Niekerk, Gauteng Travellers' Rating


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