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Self catering
3-course Dinner
Conference 25 pax
Airport Transfers
Mini Game Park
No smoking in Rooms
Beauty Salon





Bird Watching
Elephant Riding
Game Viewing
Guided Walks


KRUGER NATIONAL PARK Crocodile - 20 km
Safaris and tours - 1 km
Nelspruit - casino - 100 km
Tiger fishing - 30 km
Mozambique- deep sea diving - 100 km
Malelane TSB sugar mills - 0 km
Swaziland- cultural village, c - 30 km

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Phumula Kruger Lodge

South Africa, Mpumalanga, Kruger National Park, Komatipoort, Marloth Park
Safari Lodge Accommodation in Marloth Park
Price Per Person Per Night from R380 to R630
Price Per Unit Per Night from R1600 to R1600
* Prices subject to change without prior notice.

Phumula Kruger Lodge Description
After hearing the lions at night,wake up to the sound of the Fish eagle calling, just in time to see the beautiful African sun rise- you’re not alone…Phumula, meaning rest,is the ideal resting place.Our lodge is situated in Marloth Park,close to Mozambique and Kruger National Park. Come and enjoy! The 3 star, Phumula Kruger Lodge is situated in Marloth Park bordering the Kruger National Park, between Malelane and Komatipoort, close to Mozambique(30km) and Swaziland. We have self catering, bed and breakfast as well as full board chalets. Come and enjoy the peace of the African bush and relieve your stress Animals have access to the Kruger and Marloth Park as it is only separated by the Crocodile River. Entrances to the Kruger Park: Malelane- 29,4km and Crocodile Bridge-20,3km. Four chalets consist of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and fully equipped kitchen with microwave NO STOVE, lounge, patio and braai area. Enjoy air-conditioning in all our luxury buildings. OR Rooms:Each with two (2) single beds en-suite bathroom (shower)coffee making facilities, kettle and bar fridge. Meals: your choice of room only, bed and breakfast or dinner bed and breakfast. We also have A la carte menu, pub lunch or a braai in the Boma for special occasions. Take pleasure in our À la Carte restaurant, fully licensed bar, swimming pool, and boma area. We can organize any tours from game drives and morning walks into the Kruger National Park to day trips to the cultural village, candle and glass factory in Swaziland, day trips to the beautiful beaches of Mozambique and elephant back rides. Visit the sugar mills of TSB in the lowveld and last but not least the panoramic route. Come and enjoy the peace of the African bush and relieve your stress. Centrally located, we serve as a basis from where Mozambique and Kruger National Park can easily be reached.We take pride in our hospitality and friendly service. As we roam on our hospitality and friendly service, we have been described as Bella Bellisimo by some of our Italian guests. Be entertained by kudu, zebra, giraffe, warthogs on your doorstep and even lion. For bird fanatics there is a large variety of birds. The perfect stress reliever! We also cater for small conferences.
Marloth Park is at once a town and nature conservancy, shared equally by man and beast; as well it should since it borders on the Kruger National Park in a bend of the Crocodile River where a residential development has little claim. The advantage to staying in Marloth Park, aside from the incredible beauty of the area, is being able to sight animals just across the river from inside the town. An added bonus is a restriction to which Marloth Park has agreed, which governs their infringing the natural movement of game from the Kruger Park in any way. . Marloth Park has an abundance of game and birds as well as various lookout areas next to the Crocodile River. Elephant are frequent visitors to the river areas. Although Marloth Park has no resident Elephants, they can be viewed while bathing in the Crocodile River. Hence around 40 percent of the town’s land area is dedicated to parkland that shares plant, animal and bird species found in the southern part of the Kruger Park. If this perfect picture hasn’t already attracted you to Marloth Park, then the fact that the town is only an hour’s drive from the Mozambique coastal resorts certainly will. The town is little more than a garage and a couple of shops - The Trading Post and The Bush Centre - that cater for essentials. Resident game include: Impala, Kudu, Giraffe, Waterbuck, Zebra, Crocodile, Warthog etc. In Marloth Park is a separate nature reserve, Lionspruit, where game, including Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard are kept. Various predators like lion and leopard can be seen from time to time. Malaria area Hot in Summers Not to cold in winters
Phumula Kruger Lodge Directions
Travel with the N4 to Nelspruit, Malelane, Hectorspruit. ±10 km after Hectorspruit, turn off to Marloth Park. 5 km gravel road to the gate. 7 km on tar road (Olifants Rd) to Sekelbos Drive, turn left and left again in Rinkhals Street. Phumula Kruger Lodge is on your right hand side. If you need more information please don’t hesitate to contact us.
3 Star Star Graded heaven on earth Animals in the garden More animals in the garden Swimming pool awaits Restaurant to your needs Main bedroom Room inside