Recommended for:
  • Bird Watching
  • Nature Reserve
  • Peaceful
  • Photography
  • Star Gazing
  • Walking Trail
  • Wildlife
  • Wildlife Viewing

Marlothpark Climate

Spring (September - November)

Minimum: ± 18° Celsius
Maximum: ± 30° Celsius


Summer (December - February)

Minimum: ± 20° Celsius
Maximum: ± 35° Celsius


Autumn (March - May)

Minimum: ±15° Celsius
Maximum: ±28° Celsius


Winter (June - August)

Minimum: ±12° Celsius
Maximum: ± 25° Celsius


Autumn and Winter are dry and the bush is less dense, which makes game viewing easier. Animals visit the water holes more often due to lack of abundant water in the bush.

About Marloth Park

A true bush veldt experience, and so very close to nature. Something for every nature lover. From the animals visiting you whilst having your braai, or morning coffee, the song and view of spectacular birdlife spoiling you under the African skies to the beautiful stars in unspoilt nature at night.

Drive, or walk to the river to view the big 5, or simply have a sun downer next to the crocodile river drinking in the peaceful setting only to be found at Marloth Conservatory, an unique experience not to be missed.

Close by is a real bush feeling shopping centre for those needed items that have been forgotten, a garage, restaurant, deli, bottle store, laundry, hardware and bakery. For the special occasion, a breakfast, lunch or dinner can be enjoyed at one of the lodges in Marloth Park. Komatipoort is only 20 km away for those that want to just see a bit of civilisation and the Crocodile gate to the Kruger Park is a mere 23 kilometres from Marloth park.

If you still need more adventure, wildlife safaris are available by 4x4 guided tours, quad bike drives, Swaziland nearby and the Maputo border post just 30 km from Marloth Park. There sure is enough for every one and anyone to suit every taste and adventure.