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 Welcome to Te Do Khaya and Marloth Park

No 2816 Nyala Straat Marloth Parkzebsincarport

Te Do Khaya is a bush house in Marloth Park, a nature reserve in the northeast of South Africa, adjoining the famous Kruger National Park. Marloth is a haven of wildlife, with giraffe, zebra, warthog, kudu, impala (of course), ostrich etc. and an amazing variety of birds. Properties in the Park have no fences. Theoretically there are no predatory carnivores although lion, leopard or cheetah occasionally get under the fence from Kruger.

The garden is bush, with the area around the house cleared. Animals will frequent this area. There is a two-car carport in which zebras are apt to sit when it is hot.

Depending on the season and the luck of the draw, the animals which live in Marloth are likely to come by sooner or later, but not necessarily every day! These include Kudu, Impala, Warthog, Zebra, Giraffe et al..

There is a large variety of birds which you are allowed to feed.

At the time of writing a bushbaby lives in a nest in the tree beyond the bird-perch. He will come out to the perch just after the sun falls below the horizon and is particularly fond of banana.

The crocodile River forms the boundary between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park; it is about 200m from the house. You can walk along the river road or the boundary fence for about 5Km in each direction.

At the Crocodile River you will from time to time see antelope, giraffe, hippo, elephant and buffalo, and maybe lion, leopard and any of the other species in Kruger. There is a convenient viewing stand along the River Road (Seekoei St). To reach the River Road turn right out of Te Do Khaya and it is about 200m to the river. Marloth Park has its own game reserve (Lionspruit) and Te Do Khaya is conveniently placed for game drive into the Kruger National Park. Blyde River Canyon, Swaziland, Mozambique and the Indian Ocean are all within a morning's drive.

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