• Bush Orientation Walk in Marloth Park with Grand Kruger Lodge

Bush Orientation Walk in Marloth Park

Come share the rewarding experience of a African bush walk in Marloth Park, where it is like walking in the Kruger National Park without the big predators. Enjoy gaining new information about the African bushveld with one of our knowledgeable guides who will give you an unbelievable summary of this iconic destination.

Your bush walk begins around sunrise and will be the start of your fauna and medium mammal spotting adventure. Your friendly guide will begin each bush walk with an all-inclusive briefing on how to behave when going for a bush walk in Marloth Park. Together with your guide you will set out into the wild bush to spot the abundance of fauna and flora the African bush veld has to offer. Your guide will share some of the most amazing and interesting stories of the African culture for example the uses of plants and trees when it comes to traditional medicine.  Don’t be shy to ask questions as your qualified guide will do their best to give you the ideal bush walk experience and information.

Your two hours in the bush will be filled with the chirps of over 500 bird species, alongside some of the Marloth park mammal species including the masses of Impala, Kudu, Vervet Monkey, Warthog, Zebra, herds of Gnu(Wildebeest), to name but a few. Part of the bush walk takes place next to the crocodile river, the boundary between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park where the big five are often spotted.

The excitement of spending your morning searching to find interesting plant, tracks and insects could leave one a bit empty in the stomach making it a good time to come back to the lodge. You will be guided back just in time for Breakfast to replenish the energy spent on the day’s excitement.