Situated in Marloth Park, a private conservancy area is 677 Hornbill, a luxurious 2-bedroom lodge. If you are wanting to explore the Kruger Park, then this is the perfect accommodation for you. Here you have the best of all worlds, 677 Hornbill is a few minutesâ€™ drive from Crocodile Bridge entrance to Kruger National Park and when you are not driving around the Kruger Park you can relax at the lodge and enjoy the animals which roam free between the houses. The Crocodile River to the North of Marloth Park acts as a natural border between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park. 677 Hornbill has two en-suite bedrooms and can accommodate up to five guests. There is an upstairs master bedroom and a large bedroom with a double bed and a single bed downstairs. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with shower and bath. Leading off the bedroom is a small lounge which opens onto a private deck. The downstairs bedroom is ideal for anyone travelling with a young child. It has an en-suite bathroom with a shower. The unit is well furnished and is fully equipped. An added bonus is the swimming pool and barbeque area where you can make the most of the wonderful South African weather. While sitting outdoors on the covered patio you will see wildlife such as warthog and giraffe wandering in the grounds.If bird watching is your passion, then you are in the ideal spot as the natural bush and vegetation encourages a wide range of bird species. On your doorstep is the Kruger National Park which is home to a diverse range of animals. Other activities to keep you busy are tiger fishing in the Komati River as well as canoeing. Or take a hot air balloon trip and enjoy the wonderful landscapes and game viewing from the skies. Mpumalanga offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in South Africa. You can take a day trip to explore from of natureâ€™s wonders such as Gods Window, Bourkeâ€™s Luck Potholes and the Blyde River Canyon to name a few.