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About Buffalo Chalets Marloth Park

Buffalo Chalets offers comfortable, relaxed self-catering accommodation in the popular Marloth Park wildlife sanctuary, which is situated on the southern boundary of the world-renowned Kruger National Park.

The Crocodile River forms the border between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park, and you are likely to spot the Big 5 as they come down to the river to drink. There are also plenty of free-roaming game species wandering around Marloth Park itself, and you may be visited by kudu, zebra, giraffe, impala, warthog, and plenty more.

Buffalo Chalets offers accommodation in three self-catering chalets, namely Buffel, Zebra and Vlakvark. Buffel is the largest of the chalets and can accommodate up to eight guests, Zebra 4 and Vlakvark can accommodate up to five guests. Linen and towels are provided.

Each chalet has its own patio, a plunge pool, and braai facilities. Marloth Park also offers the convenience of basic commodities such as a hardware store, a curio shop, a liquor store, two shops and a variety of restaurants. Marloth Park is a Malaria area.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 17
  • Check-in: 15:00
    Check-out: 09:00
  • Reviews: 21 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Important Information

A refundable breakage / key deposit of R500.00 will be required and payable on arrival. The breakage / key deposit is due for any breakage or damage to/on the property which will be deducted from the R500.00 (Terms and conditions apply). Breakage deposits will be refunded on the day of departure.(After a inventory check) A minimum stay period of... A refundable breakage / key deposit of R500.00 will be required and payable on arrival. The breakage / key deposit is due for any breakage or damage to/on the property which will be deducted from the R500.00 (Terms and conditions apply). Breakage deposits will be refunded on the day of departure.(After a inventory check) A minimum stay period of two nights applies. Long weekends are charged at Peak Season rates. All extra persons not included in your inquiry and confirmed in your booking will be charged extra. Guests need to provide their own swimming towels. Marloth Park is a Malaria Area. Air-Cons are on PRE-PAID. see more

Specials

SAVE 15% Longer Stay

Stay between 12 Feb 2021 and 30 Jun 2021 and get 15% off.

  • 10 night min stay (check-in between 12 Feb 2021 and 30 Jun 2021)

SAVE 10% Midweek Special

Stay between 12 Feb 2021 and 30 Jun 2021 and get 10% off. Valid every Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu.

  • 4 night min stay (check-in between 12 Feb 2021 and 30 Jun 2021)

Availability and pricing

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  • Zebra Sleeps 4 Includes: Self-catering Zebra can accommodate up to four guests (Preferable 2 Adults and 2 Children under 12) and contains a double bed , a slee... see more
    from $33 For 2 guests
    • Adults
      • Vlakvark Sleeps 5 Includes: Self-catering Vlakvark can accommodate up to five guests and contains two rooms. The first room is downstairs and contains a double... see more Features:  Double beds, Queen beds, Private bathroom, Shower only, Balcony/patio, Upstairs see more Double beds, Queen beds, Private bathroom, Shower only, Balcony/patio, Upstairs, Self-catering, Single beds, Air-Conditioning, Tea and Coffee Facilities, No Smoking in Rooms
        from $37 For 2 guests
        • Adults
          • Buffel Sleeps 8 Includes: Self-catering Buffalo can accommodate up to eight guests, and contains two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchen. The kitchen is full... see more Features:  Double beds, Queen beds, En-suite, Balcony/patio, Upstairs, Self-catering see more Double beds, Queen beds, En-suite, Balcony/patio, Upstairs, Self-catering, Sleeper couch, Air-Conditioning, Tea and Coffee Facilities, Bar Fridge, No Smoking in Rooms, Hair Dryer
            from $40 For 2 guests
            • Adults

              Reviews for Buffalo Chalets Marloth Park

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              Carmel Calore
              04 January 2021

              It was a great place and we had lots of special "visitors" to our chalet, which we all really enjoyed. the animals are really wonderful when they come close the chalet.

              David Sutherland
              06 September 2020

              My cottage had a view of the back of labourers quarters. I go to the bush to look at the bush.

              Paul English
              15 October 2019

              Zebra house was very small and disorganized, gas stove being outside in the wind, bed layout dangerous when climbing out of bed, legs got scratched on wall. No TV or radio, Parking far away with limited access and having to walk past other people staying in other Chalets. This is not what we expected according to the advertisement and pictures.

              Barry Beneke
              23 January 2019

              We really enjoyed our stay over New Year! Lots of roaming animals to see, Shops nearby, and easy acess to The Kruger National Park. Lovely accomadation, All the kitchen goodies you need, and a Lovely Cool Aircon for those HOT days! Would definately go Back!!

              Laurika Zeeman
              21 December 2018

              We had a fantastic stay thank you

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              Buffalo Chalets Marloth Park is 2,6km from the centre of Marloth Park , the nearest airport 79km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
              *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling