The lodge has recently been revamped in order to not only accommodate more guests but also to create more jobs.
What started out as only four self-catering family chalets has been extended, enabling the lodge to accommodate a total of 54 adults and 8 children. Moreover, the elegant and intimate lodge now employs a total of 40 employees, 90% of which are young people.
“We are excited to finally launch this beautiful safari lodge. It’s been a long road and we are happy that we survived Covid-19 and managed to complete the revamp. The lodge is now ready and open to the public, it’s a dream come true”, said Dr Bvumbi, the lodge managing director.
Royal Marlothi Kruger Safari Lodge and Spa is nestled in Marloth Park, a nature conservation area home to an array of wild animals including giraffes, zebras and impala. The cherry on top is that the lodge is situated only a 10-minute drive away from Kruger National Park.
For a bit of an adrenaline pump, the lodge offers mountain biking and a quad biking experience. To cool down from the hot summer sun, one can take a dip in one of the sparkling pools.
Royal Marlothi also does not fall short when it comes to all things pampering and relaxation. There is a fully-equipped and fully-staffed spa which is the biggest of its kind and offers 13 wellness and beauty treatments simultaneously.
“When our guests come here, we want them to have a memorable experience. We look forward to more growth and meaningful change,” concluded Bvumbi.