Live in the wild at Kruger Willows


A rare hidden gem, located on the south end of the Kruger National Park, Kruger Willows is situated in Marloth Park conservancy. Kruger Willows is an exclusive lodge recently completed in 2019. A wide variety of wild game, zebra, kudu, impala, giraffe, warthog and many more wild animals are free to wander around the conservancy. Kruger Willows is a beautiful self catering lodge consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large living area with a lovely pool on the deck. Relax in the pool and watch the animals go by.

Marloth Park is 450 km from OR Tambo International Airport, on the N4 highway. Kruger international airport is only 80 km from Marloth Park. Self drive or catch a connection from OR Tambo to Kruger International and arrange a shuttle to Kruger Willows. The entrance into Kruger national park via Crocodile Bridge is 15 km away.



More than just a bush lodge.


A once in a life time experience; a bush lodge on the the south end of the Kruger National Park. Wake up to a giraffe peering through your window or a giant kudu 6 ft from you while enjoying breakfast. The wildest African adventure you’ll ever experience!


Take a walk on the wild side.

Book a game drive into Kruger.

Royal Safari bush braai supper in Kruger Park.

Kruger Park entry fees, see below.


Splash pool

chill out and Relax

While cooling off in the pool look into the bush and watching the animals go by..


Read a book and disconnect

in the luxury of your own living area

Relax on the shaded patio reminiscing about the day’s activities and experiences.


Hire a Bike

Hire a mountain bike and take a ride around the conservancy making your way down to the fence along the crocodile river. You may be lucky enough to spot lion, buffalo and even wild dog.

Marloth Park is a beautiful wildlife sanctuary (3000 hectares in size) situated along the Southern boundary of the Kruger National park. 

A fence line along the Crocodile River separates Kruger National Park from Marloth Park. Animals such as giraffe, blue wildebeest, impala, warthog, kudu, zebra, bush buck and many smaller animals are free to wander around Marloth Park. While having a barbecue and enjoying the tranquility of the bush these animals will often walk right past you.

Take a leisurely stroll or bike ride along the path to the fence that borders Kruger National Park. Often you will see large herds of elephants, buffalo. Lion leopards and even wild dog have also been sighted. Take your cooler box for a late afternoon picnic.

Although Marloth Park is small it boasts:- Bar and restaurants - Post office - Butcher shop - Bottle store - Grocery store with ATM - Laundromat -Fuel station- Hardware store. Two Security companies with ambulance and paramedic available 24 hours.

“The most incredible African adventure we’ve ever experienced! I mean, waking up to wild animals on your door step, literally! Thanks Cliff and Anita for making our stay at Kruger Willows so memorable.”
— Simon & Jane Cousins (USA)

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