Discover the Majestic Marakele National Park: A Sanctuary of Natural Beauty

 Nestled in the heart of the breathtaking Waterberg Mountains, Marakele National Park lives up to its Tswana name, which means “place of sanctuary.” This remarkable park, situated in the transitional zone between South Africa’s dry western region and its moister eastern region, has become a haven for a diverse array of wildlife. From majestic mountain landscapes to grass-clad hills and deep valleys, Marakele captivates visitors with its contrasting beauty and abundant natural wonders. The park’s rich biodiversity, including rare plant species and a remarkable variety of wildlife, makes it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts. 

A Haven for Wildlife

 Marakele National Park is home to an impressive variety of wildlife, thanks to its unique location. Here, you’ll find all the iconic large game species, including elephants, rhinos, and the magnificent big cats. The park’s avian residents are equally impressive, with a notable highlight being the largest colony of endangered Cape vultures in the world, boasting over 800 breeding pairs. This is a testament to the park’s commitment to conservation and preserving the natural habitat for these remarkable creatures. As you explore Marakele, you’ll witness nature’s splendor at its finest. 

Scenic Landscapes and Rare Flora

 The landscapes of Marakele National Park are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Majestic mountains, lush grass-clad hills, and deep valleys paint a picture of natural grandeur. As you venture deeper into the park, you’ll encounter rare finds like yellowwood and cedar trees, towering cycads standing five meters tall, and graceful tree ferns. These unique plant species contribute to the park’s exceptional ecological diversity and add to the allure of Marakele’s natural wonders.

Contact Information

For any inquiries, please reach out to Sipho Zulu at or contact them using the following numbers: Park Tel: +27 (014) 777 6928 / 29 / 30 / 31
Visit Marakele National Park and immerse yourself in the natural wonders of this majestic sanctuary. Experience the harmonious coexistence of wildlife and breathtaking landscapes, leaving you with unforgettable memories of South Africa’s remarkable biodiversity.

Nature is a gentle teacher, imparting lessons of resilience, patience, and interconnectedness.