All the Manzini Holiday Accommodation is situated in Marloth Park, a Nature Conservation area about a 4-5 hour drive from Johannesburg, on the Southern border of the Kruger National Park, in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Marloth Park is just off the N4 freeway between the towns of Malelane, about 33km or 30 minutes drive away, and Komatipoort, just 26km or 15 minutes drive. There are 2 entrances to the Kruger National Park within a 20 minute drive, namely, the Malelane Gate and the Crocodile Bridge Gate.

Directions by road to Manzini Swazi King Chalets

Drive on the N4 highway towards Nelspruit.  Follow the signage towards Malelane and the Mozambique border (Maputo). Pass through the center of Malelane, continue on the N4 road for about 33km bypassing the Marloth Park turn off.  Continue for 7 kms and then turn left at the clearly marked sign for Tenbosch. Continue straight on until you come to Entrance 2 of Marloth Park. Continue approximately 12 kms, turn left into Kurper Street.  Manzini Chalets is on the right hand side.

Directions from Mozambique to Marloth Park

As you come through the Komatipoort border post, follow the N4 for about 25km and then turn left at the Tenbossch Park sign and follow the directions as above.

Direction for travelling by air to Mpumulanga

For travelers who choose to fly into Johannesburg International Airport, you can connect on a domestic flight to the new Kruger Mupumalanga International Airport, where on arrival the lodge can arrange to pick