No matter whether romantic bubble baths by candlelight is your thing or you find it more appealing to walk through the bush searching for plants and small animals, Narina has plenty to offer everyone who stays a few nights for a safari adventure. Besides a heartfelt greeting, when you arrive at Narina you will receive a private suite that has been attractively built among a canopy of trees that are over a hundred years old. The 9 suites of the lodge are above ground level, on stilts, to give the feeling of living in a treehouse. Make no mistake, however, the treehouses of Narina offer compelling luxury and all the facilities you need for perfect comfort, such as en-suite bathrooms, decks and plunge pools (hot water, electricity, etc. is available).
Narina Lodge has been beautifully decorated in the style of a true African safari lodge. Much of the construction has been completed in attractive wood, and the suites are sheltered with lovely thatched roofs. While all the comfort you desire can be found in your room, you are welcome to spend some time in the main lodge as well. The lodge includes a lounge, bar and library. Following the raised wooden walkways to the lodge is a lot of fun too! Narina caters for approximately eighteen guests at a time, and welcomes children 10 years of age or older. Family rooms can be arranged if your younger family members will be joining you. Keep in mind, however, that Narina does not offer babysitting services and is not suitable for disabled travellers.