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Okwamanje Self-catering Unit

Marloth Park Self-catering in Marloth Park
Okwamanje Self-catering Unit


Okwamanje is a self-catering thatched lodge which is situated in Marloth Park, between Lionspruit and the Crocodile River which separates this paradise from The Kruger National Park. Lionspruit is a game reserve open to residents and guests of Marloth Park, which hosts four of the Big 5, excluding elephants.

The house offers two en-suite bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen, a dining room and a lounge area. Accommodating four guests comfortably, this promises to be an unforgettable experience with wildlife roaming freely in their natural environment. The living area is air-conditioned and has a TV with DStv but your own decoder is required. There is 24-hour security response and you will feel spoilt in this remote retreat.

Laze in the splash pool during the hot summer days watching the wild animals such as giraffe, zebra, kudu, warthog, impala, bush buck and baboons. More than 100 bird species drink at the waterhole which is located just 10 m from the house. Listen to the sounds of laughing hyenas and roaring lions at night around the fire and be sure to put out some bananas for the residing bush babies as they awake just before sunset.

Check-In  01:00 PM   Check-Out 10:00 AM


  • Laundry Facilities
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Self-catering
  • Parking on Premises
  • Holiday Home

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Customer Reviews

  • the animals up and so close to the house
    21 May 2017

    On arrival we were told by the care taker (piet) that the dstv dish was stolen earlier that week he promised to get it sorted out which he didnt the splash pool was half water was green with dead lizzards floating in the water . Care taker very disapointing

  • Great value, easy access to KNP
    30 August 2015

    Comfortable and well appointed alternative to KNP accomodation. Excellent value for money. Close-up visits from a few bokkies and pigs, and a brilliant experience with the nagapies living in the eaves of the verandah. Will definitely consider again for future visits.

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Marcelino Lira - 21 May 2017
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