Pan African Safari Lodge is an upmarket lodge situated in Marloth Park
On the bank of the Crocodile River between Malelane and Komatipoort on the N4 national highway, Marloth Park is a wildlife sanctuary and holiday town. It boasts four of the “Big Five” with the exception of elephant. Buffalo, rhino and lion are confined to Marloth’s game reserve “Lionspruit”; the rest of the game such as kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, nyala, impala, warthog, ostrich and others aren’t restricted by fences and roam freely between the units that are built on 3000 ha.
On the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park, Crocodile Bridge gate is 14 km and Malelane gate 35 km from Marloth Park.
Pan African Safari Lodge boasts 6 luxury double rooms with en-suite bathrooms, as well as 1 luxury Presidential Suite.
We speak French and German to facilitate your stay with us
The property extends over an area of 4.000 m2 and offers an outdoor entertainment section with swimming pool and braai/barbecue facility.
Giraffes, zebras, warthogs, monkeys, kudus, wildebeests, impalas, duikers and various bird species walk daily through the property.
Pan African Safari Lodge is a 10 minutes walk away from Crocodile River which is boundary between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park. Resident crocodiles and hippos can be seen daily, as well as various animals such as elephants, lions, buffalos, numerous different antelopes which use the river to drink.
Guests can stroll safely through Marloth Park and enjoy its abundant wildlife.
Traditional breakfasts are included in our rates, and dinners can be arranged.
Pan African Safari Lodge offers daily safaris to the Kruger National Park and inside Marloth Park in an open top game viewing vehicle.
We offer daily trips to Maputo-Mozambique (90 km from our lodge) and its beaches.
Transfers from and to Johannesburg O.R. Tambo airport are also available at an extra cost.
Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,485 square kilometres (7,523 sq mi) in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 kilometres (220 mi) from north to south and 65 kilometres (40 mi) from east to west. The administrative headquarters are in Skukuza. Areas of the park were first protected by the government of the South African Republic in 1898, and it became South Africa’s first national park in 1926.
To the west and south of the Kruger National Park are the two South African provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga. In the north is Zimbabwe, and to the east is Mozambique. It is now part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links Kruger National Park with the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe, and with the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique.
The park is part of the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere an area designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as an International Man and Biosphere Reserve (the “Biosphere”)