4 days
Trip Duration
Marakele NP
Best time to go
TRAVEL DATES Valid for travel between 1 March and 19 December 2022
GUEST POLICY South African residents only, ID required when making a booking
BOOKING WINDOW 1-30 Days prior to arrival
STAY Midweek (Sunday – Thursday)
SOLO TRAVELLER R18,930.00 for 3 nights
TRAVELLING WITH CHILDREN Children 0-5 years stay free of charge
Children 6-16 years pay 50% of per person sharing rate when sharing with and adult
Children 16 years and older will need to be in their own room and pay the adult rate
Two game drives daily with a FGASA-accredited field guide
Game drive refreshments and snacks
Matla Mamba Airstrip transfers
Specified inclusive safari activities
Cigars and cigarettes
All flights and transfers not specified
Telephone calls
MORE Gallery purchases
Spa treatments
Marataba Luxury Lodges landing fees
Marataba Luxury Lodges entrance fee and guest conservation contribution
R115 per person per day Recovery and Rebuilding Levy
Any extras will be for the guests’ accounts
ADDITIONAL NOTES Weekend rates supplement R740.00 p/p/n
SADC resident supplement R740.00 p/p/n
Beverage package supplement R595.00 p/p/n
Private game drive vehicle R5,295.00 per night
Fly-in package supplement R11,550 per person

Marakele National Park

With only four lodges & camps on this privately managed conservancy, guests are assured of a very personal safari experience. It’s humbling being out here on your own, exploring the vast wilderness of mountains, plains and winding waterways. You’ll get within close range of Africa’s most impressive species. Be warned – viewing (and photo) opportunities are priceless!

Thabametsi Treehouse

Thabametsi is the newest addition to the MORE Treehouses collection. Solar-powered and built over two levels, Thabametsi features an enclosed shower room, and bedroom, lounge and viewing decks – presenting the Waterberg and Marakele plains in all their wild expanse. From here, relax assured that the animals remain at a safe distance and your field guide is on call should you feel you need them.

Bush Dining

Dining, as much a part of your experience as the safari itself, brings you the culinary Big Five: Safari stop. Breakfast. Lunch. Afternoon tea. Dinner. Our chefs give contemporary dishes a local twist to give you a memorable taste of this place. Paired with premium Cape wines, dining becomes its own discovery. There’s something to be said for the setting too, with every seat the best in (and out of) the house.

Are you ready to start your journey?