The Marataba private concession covers 23 000 hectare in the heart of Limpopo's Marakele National Park in South Africa. This area is characterized by a dramatic landscape encompassing vast plains, dense bushveld, winding rivers, deep gorges and majestic mountains. Visiting Marakele National Park you will have a big opportunity to view Africa's Big Five and a multitude of other animal species including rare antelope such as roan, sable and mountain reedbuck. This malaria-free wilderness is also home to the world's largest breeding colony of the endangered Cape Vulture. Birdlife within the Marakele park is prolific with more than 400 species having been recorded, a veritable birder's Eden.
Here are a few special highlights found in Marakele National Park that we've picked out :-
15 Tented Suites for 30 guests
Triple rooms (sleeper couch)
Double bed convertible to twin
In room safe
Children all ages welcome
Childrens’ activities and baby sitting available
Family Rooms configuration available
Open plan lounge and dining area
Full range of dietary preferences catered for
Free Wi-Fi (in public areas)
Baby sitting (extra cost)
Laundry (extra cost)
Marataba Safari Lodge is an easy 4 hour drive from Johannesburg.
The following guests had this to say following their stay at Marataba Safari Lodge :-
Harry from Netherlands “Gorgeous lodge in an amazing landscape” Kari from Lexington, South Carolina, United States “The only word to describe Marataba is magical” Peter from London, United KingdomThe most beautiful setting, full of wildlife, outstanding rangers, wonderful hospitality at the Lodge and great outside showers - couldn't have been better. We want to come back to this Garden of Eden! Yasmine from Cairo Egypt This stunning lodge only has 15 rooms, with the most amazing backdrop of mountains, vast skies and and endless green space. The staff are very friendly and hospitable. Maxi from Luxembourg City We did a tour through south africa and stayed at 8 different places, all were very nice and reflected the country's ambition of beeing a great country to travel, but Marataba was by far the nicest place we had seen.