Leeus Villa is located in Marloth Park. This is a secured and fenced nature reserve, which by its sheer size still gives a generous feeling of space. Only a fence separates it from the Kruger National Park. This ensures that the lions, leopards, elephants and rhinos remain on the Kruger’s side. All other wildlife runs through the Marloth.
There is a viewpoint on both sides of the street. On the side of Kruger National Park you’ll find a high watchtower situated on the banks of the Crocodile River. From there you have a splendid view. If you are lucky you can spot a family of elephants or lions walk by.

market basket mountain The park has several restaurants, small shops and a fuel station. There is an internet cafe, a butcher (always useful for the braai!) and a laundry service. Drop your laundry in the morning and pick it up in the afternoon.
Lionspruit is our own wildlife park within the borders of Marloth. Guests of Lions Villa have free entry to Lionspruit. The park is home to African wildlife. As guest of Leeus Villa, you also have free access to the tennis court and large pool in the park. Lionspruit is only separated from the Kruger National Park by a fence. From the swimming pool area you can watch the elephants swimming in the nearby river. Just imagine that!
In the neighboring town of Komatipoort there is a large Spar supermarket where you can get all your groceries. A small market is located near the Spar where you can find souvenirs and local delicacies.

img_0102 Swaziland, neighbour to South Africa, is an hour’s drive away. This small kingdom is known for its relaxed way of life. There are breathtaking nature reserves, scenic views and special markets.

Nelspruit is the biggest city in the area. There you can spend some time shopping and experience South African hospitality. Nelspruit also has its own airport with various destinations including Johannesburg, City of Gold.

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