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A wide portfolio of exciting activities are on offer in the town. These include scrumptious bush breakfasts, game drives in Marloth itself, as well as in the Kruger National Park (you may do your own), night drives in Kruger National Park, tiger fishing, quad-bikes excursions, mountain-bike outings, as well as microlight flips, elephant rides, Mozambique- and Swazi tours, horse-riding and much more.

Being on the doorstep of the Kruger National Park, lion sightings are reported from time to time and elephant often visit the river.

Tiger fishing is a popular activity when in the town. These fish are ferocious and aggressive apex predators, and are a hard-fighting freshwater game fish – awesome to catch with light tackle and fly-fishing equipment. The Komati River close to Marloth Park is one of the few places where you can catch tiger fish in South Africa.

Marloth Park is, for many, a preferred location and the very definition of the South African bushveld. Both the small local community and the tourists that go there, vows that it is the best place to find utter peace and tranquillity. Marloth Park also has an almost inexhaustible network of dirt roads for the avid mountain biker. Marloth Park Conservancy has a variety of holiday accommodation of offer, including several self-catering bushveld houses, safari lodges, backpackers and guest houses.

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