It is a Self-catering Lodge and you have to bring your own surprises.
Wood & Ice are available on premises at cost.
Do not forget your own drinking water.
There are more than four, upmarket restaurants, with bars for all your needs.
The food is of the best, the drinks cold and fresh.
Marloth also have two small shopping centres which caters for all your daily needs, Bottle store, Butchery, Hardware, Food store, Restaurants.
Bring yourself up to date with business hours.
Even fuel is available, but don’t drink.
Komatiepoort (20km) and Malelane (40km) is towns with most of the shops and more restaurants, everything you can need.
Nelspruit / Mbombela are only 100km away.
The Kruger National Park with the Big 5 and lots of other Animals and wide range of Bird Live, it is a must to visit. Do not miss the small things, tortes, lizards, plants, etc.
* Remember your binoculars.
To drive along Marloth Park border with the Kruger National Park on the banks of the Crocodile River for +- 16km is some times more successful with its amazing view onto the river and wildlife that come to drink water.
To walk, jog, mountain bike in the wild, you cannot miss this one. To sit at a fireplace or "braai" while the animals come and visit you and listen to all the night sounds... a Lion Roar & Hyena Laughs.
If you like Golf, two of the best courses is nearby, Leopard Creek at Malelane & Kambaku at Komatiepoort.
A day trip can also be done, passing Nelspruit, Graskop and visit: Pilgrim’s Rest; Pot-Holes; God’s Window; Three Rondawels; Blyde River Canyon; Mac Mac Falls, Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
Can be arranged:
* Tiger fishing trips on the Komatie River...
* Day/night game drives to the Kruger National Park...
* Quad bikes outside Marloth Park...
Maputo is only 100km away. (Trips to Mozambique can be arranged.)
Swaziland is only 30 Minutes drive away.