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  • Narina Safari Lodge, Greater Kruger National Park

"Narina Safari Lodge - Where Style Is Everything"

Narina Lodge hosts 9 luxury suites that are comfortably nestled a top of century old trees. The suites overlook the Sabie River and offer the ultimate sensation of tranquillity and serenity. Narina Lodge is one of only four private lodges within the area. This means that guests can not only enjoy extraordinary African Safaris and wildlife experiences, but also bask in the lodge’s exclusivity and privacy.

For the more adventurous guest, Narina offers one of the best tree house experiences in the Safari world.

The Lion Sands Private Game Reserve is one of the Kruger Park’s private concessions, and formulates part of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park.

Accommodation

The lodge hosts 9 suites (18 guests) and each suite has its own private plunge pool and an extraordinary view of African scenery. All the suites are interconnected to the main lodge by wooden walkways that stretch through the African bush.

Wildlife

The Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve is home to the Big Five and other species including hippopotamus, giraffes, kudu, nyala, impala, blue wildebeest, zebra, spotted hyena and countless more. Guests can indulge in breath taking views of the elephants grazing amongst the reeds on the banks of the Sabie River whilst enjoying their meals on the deck of the Narina main Lodge. There are over 360 different bird species in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve - a thrilling number for the bird watching enthusiasts.

Facilities
  • Private plunge pools
  • Open plan lounging and dining area
  • Free WiFi (in public areas)
  • Children’s Programmes (no baby-sitting, however)
Activities
  • Bush walks
  • African safaris (game drives)
Child Policy

Children 10 years old and older are welcome.

Specials at Narina Lodge

Narina Lodge offers specials from time to time. Please visit our page for more information.

Rates, inclusions and exclusions

Due to the frequency of rates changing, we do not publish official rates on this website. Luxury Safaris range in a variety of prices and, as an indication of what to expect, one can pay anywhere from R2 000 to R20 000 per person per night sharing and more, depending on the choice of accommodation, season, specials and other determining factors. For the most up to date rates, please contact us.

Inclusions
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Three meals per day
  • Teas/Coffees
  • Soft drinks, local brand beers and spirits & house wines
  • Mini bar
  • Two game drives daily with FGASA qualified ranger & tracker
  • Game drive refreshments & snacks
  • Specified inclusive safari activities (Game drives, Bush walks, Hippo Tour, Astronomy, Wildlife lectures, bush breakfasts, picnic lunches and bush dinners, Henna Pre-School Visit)
Exclusions
  • Laundry
  • Premium brand beers, spirits, cellar wine, champagne
  • Cigars & cigarettes
  • All flights and transfers
  • Gratuities
  • Telephone calls
  • Curio shop purchases
  • Spa treatments
  • Kruger National Park entrance fees (from 2017)
  • Per person per night conservation contribution towards anti-poaching and other conservation related initiatives (from 2017)
  • Additional extras will be for the guest's account
  • Additional extras will be for the guest's account
Enquiries at Narina Safari Lodge

Please note: There are no camping or self-catering facilities at the lodge.
Please complete this form should you wish to make an enquiry or a booking. *Required fields.

Should you require more information before completing the form, you may contact us at:
Skype: pietsmiles  •  Office: +27 (0)12 345 6438  •  Cell: +27 (0)71 687 2782

After hours: please send an email message to pieter@smilestravels.co.za and we will reply soonest

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