Giraffe, kudu, ostrich, zebra, wildebeest, warthog and rooibok all roam Marloth Park.

Nearby Attractions

Into the Pride is a mere 10 kilometres (15 minute drive) from Crocodile bridge gate, the most Eastern gate to the Kruger National Park. The area surrounding Crocodile bridge is teeming with animals, and on many occasions the “big five” have been seen within 5 kilometres from the park entrance.

On-site Activities

The Boma is most popular amongst our guests, where many stories are told late into the evening, as mating calls can be heard from nearby lions. On a hot African day, guests can cool off in the splash pool.

Off-Site Activities

Marloth Park is tourist-friendly, with cycling and jogging or walking permitted, until 18h00. The Crocodile river is the boundary between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park, we encourage guests to remember that this is a wildlife environment, where the animals are all wild and untamed.

For a peaceful and relaxing bush experience, there’s a Spa within walking distance. There is a shop, bottle store, butchery and petrol station close to the home. For a finer dining experience, the popular Watergat restaurant is within walking distance as well.

Into the Pride is a 1 hour drive from Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, where you can experience even more of Africa at its finest.


Giraffe , kudu, ostrich, zebra, wildebeest, warthog and rooibok all roam Marloth Park. We urge guests to keep in mind that the park borders the Kruger Park and guests run the risk of predators entering from the Kruger Park.


The tariff of the house is as follows:

- R1600 per night for the whole house.* Thereafter an additional fee of R400 per person per night will be charged.

- Children under 6 years free

- *Price accommodates up to 4 people and will not change if there are less than 4 people.


Into the Pride holiday home is self catering and consists of 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, the main bedroom is en-suite and has a private deck overlooking Marloth Park. All bathrooms have a shower, bath and basin. Each bedroom gives guests a different African experience, with bedroom themes based on the “big five”. For our more adventurous guests, there’s an outdoor bush shower with both hot and cold water.

Main bedroom upstairs:

1x King size bed

5 Bedrooms downstairs:

Lion room – 1x Queen size bed
Leopard room – 1x Queen size bed
Elephant room – 1x Double bed
Buffalo room – 2 x three quarter beds
Rhino room – 1 x three quarter bed

The home sleeps 11 people, with an extra bed in the garage that sleeps 1 person. The bedrooms consist of the following:

The kitchen is fully stocked with cutlery for 12 people and appliances – including two fridges and one freezer. There’s a spacious living room which comfortably seats 12 people, with a large flatscreen TV for your viewing pleasure. There’s a deck downstairs with a table and 8 chairs, leading onto a refreshing splash pool, as well as a gas braai and a built-in braai. For the avid rugby supporters, there’s a cabinet of Marcell Coetzee’s Springbok memorabilia on display.

For our guests’ convenience there is a small safe in the main bedroom. The home has a lock-up garage for a vehicle, as well as an alarm which is monitored by one of the three security companies in the park. The house provides for all basic needs, with the exception of towels, so guests are encouraged to bring their own towels. Wood and ice are available to purchase on the premises.