Marataba Safari Lodge
Marakele National Park, Waterberg Mountains, Limpopo Province
Contrasting mountain landscapes, grass-clad hills and deep valleys characterise the Marakele National Park. It is home to an impressive variety of wildlife, with all the large game species from elephant and rhino to the big cats, as well as an amazing variety of birds including the largest colony of endangered Cape vultures in the world.
Marataba Safari Lodge is a simple extension of the natural environment beyond its walls - rich, bold, organic and patently magnificent. If you sit quietly for long enough, you can feel the energy of the countless people who have made this place home since The Stone Age.
Marataba Safari Lodge at a Glance
Children at Marataba Safari Lodge
Children six years and older are welcome at Marataba Safari Lodge.
Babysitting is available at an extra cost.
The Walking Trails
Marataba is blessed with a great diversity of eco-systems and landscapes. The trails make use of different areas of the reserve, ensuring a variety of experiences. Guides will assess each of the individual guests, and will match trails to suit fitness levels and walkers’ personal preferences.
Distance and Travel Time
Oliver Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg to Marataba - 4 hours/310 kms
Madikwe Safari Lodge to Marataba - 2h 30min/190 kms
Sun City to Marataba - 2h30min/164 km