Situated at the confluence of the Sabie and the Sand Rivers, Lion Sands Narina Lodge lies in the heart of the world famous Kruger National Park, a wildlife reserve covering a magnificent 20 000 square kilometers of unspoilt wilderness. The noble Lion shares the land with roaming herds of Elephant, Zebra and a wide variety of Antelope. White Rhino, Black Rhino, Leopard and Cheetah are also among the many animals that call Narina home.
Guided safari drives and walks are a daily highlight where a professional team of trackers and rangers will give you the opportunity to experience the 'Big Five' in all their glory. Built on stilts and nestled between the trees on the banks of the Sabie River, the private wood and thatch suites make the Narina the romantic hideaway of your dreams. Narina comprises of nine suites, each with en-suite bathroom and shower, a large outdoor shower and private lounge area. Each suite also has a private game viewing deck and plunge pool with magnificent views of the African bush and the Sabie River.
Set within the Kruger National Park, home to more mammal species than any other game reserve on the continent, Lion Sands Narina Lodge is designed as a complex of interlinking treehouses, perched in 100-year-old trees and overlooking the Sabie River. The main lodge is connected to the nine private suites by raised wooden walkways, so you're surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature.
At the Africology Spa you can choose from a menu of face and body treatments designed to relax your body, quiet your mind and rejuvenate your spirit, carried out using all-natural ingredients.
Each of the nine luxurious suites has tranquil views of the river from its private plunge pool, as well as from its deck and from the suite itself. All the suites have free WiFi.
Every day, you can enjoy a morning and late-afternoon game drive in an open safari vehicle, as well as guided bush walks, birdwatching sessions and wildlife lectures, so you'll have plenty of chance to get up close to the Big Five, as well as to this region's 450 species of birds and huge array of reptiles, insects and smaller game.
Meals are served in the open-plan lounge and dining area, and a full range of dietary preferences can be catered for.
Skukuza Airport RoadKruger National ParkMpumalanga1350South Africa