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Henk van Rooyen Park

From R350* unit


1 km of waterfront facing the kruger national park makes the henk van rooyen family holiday resort very special. This is the only self catering family resort within 10km from the malelane gate into th... More Info

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Marloth Park Reviews

Marloth Park Caravan and Camping have been rated 3.5/5 based on 2 reviews.

Marloth Park
Marloth Park is very nice, feels like you are in the bush.
- Shirley Jean Mitchell

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Marloth Park is 'heaven on earth' in my eyes. The whole park is full of exciting adventures. You can walk 100m and see an amazing amount of animals. From wilderbeest to zebra to warthog, right down to Impala, lizards and scorpions.
- Melanie Ware

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The park and other facilities are of a high standard!
- Lourie Kritzinger

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Beautiful place to visit... Animals walking round everywhere and just the peace of the bush.... lovely
- Sylvia Pieterse

Marloth Park
Very nice for a week-end break away in the bush, saw a lot of animals
- Adriaan Oosthuizen