Kruger National Park - Martys Place

Welcome to Martys Place
Enjoy a self catering bush holiday at Martys Place inside Marloth Park

  3 bedrooms with airconditioningall bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms fully equipped kitchen lounge with TV DVD player DSTV connection point Openview HD available under cover splash pool boma braai area undercover parking wild animal water hole wild game feeders bush baby feeder 

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Kruger National Park

THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK IS ONLY 22 km FROM MARTYS PLACE

Day visits to the Kruger National Park

Crocodile Bridge entrance is only 22 km from Martys Place

Entrance fee is payable at the gate.
Consider purchasing an annual WILD CARD for unlimited entries

Remember to take camera's, binocluars and refreshments
(no alchohol permitted in as a day visitor)

ID DOCUMENTS OR PASSPORTS NEED TO BE PRESENTED AT THE GATE
Day visitor cash entry fees
Annual Wild Card fees
SUGGESTED DAY TRIPS INTO THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

Quick morning and evening trips

The best viewing is early in the morning and late afternoon.
Pack a picknic basket and leave early in the morning.
Sign in at Crocodile Bridge
Do short drives or sit by the dam
When you leave in the morning inform the guard at the gate
that you plan on coming back in the afternoon then you
do not have to sign in again.
Spend the day at Martys Place and return for a late afternoon drive.

Tar road round trip
Malelane to Crocodile Bridge

Leave early in the morning
Go back to the N4 and travel back to Malelane
Follow signage and enter at Malelane gate
Stop at Berg en Dal
Visit Afsaal picnic spot
Stop at Skukuza
Travel along the river to Nkulu picnic spot
Take a break at Lower Sabie
Leave the Park at Crocodile Bridge
This is a full days drive
Leave early and take enough refreshments

Tar road
Crocodile Bridge to Skukuza

Leave early in the morning
Enter at Crocodile Bridge
Take a slow drive up to Lower Sabie
Lower Sabie has a restuarant and shop
Continue north till Nkulu picnic spot which has toilet facilities and shop
Continue north till Skukuza
Skukuza has a large shop and restuarants
Return via the same route


Tar and gravel roads

There are plenty loops and routes to explore via gravel roads
The gravel roads are in good condition,
you can easily get around in an ordinary sedan car.
In some cases it is wise to deflate your tyres to dampen the shake from the gravel roads.
Higher clearance vehicles like 4x4's and SUV's give you the height advantage for better game viewing.

Gravel road
Malelane to Crocodile Bridge

Go back to the N4 and travel back to Malelane
Follow signage and enter at Malelane gate
Take the S114 till it joins the S25
Follow the S25 till it joins the H4-2
This route runs along the Crocodile river
Take enough refreshments with and bear in mind there are no toilets on route.
GUIDED SUNSET DRIVES, NIGHT DRIVES AND MORNING WALKS INSIDE THE KRUGER PARK

Guided tours inside the Kruger Park

MORNING WALKS
MORNING DRIVES
SUNSET DRIVES
NIGHT DRIVES

Book a guided tour at Crocodile Bridge gate
Arrive 15 min before departure
Park your vehicle in the public parking and walk through the gate to Crocodile Bridge camp
Take something warm to wear and a torch.
MAP OF THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE KRUGER PARK
PHOTOS TAKEN INSIDE THE KRUGER PARK
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