Tinga Narina Lodge
Location: Private Concession Lodge in the Kruger National
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|Tinga Private Game Lodge is situated on the banks of the
Sabie River, in the prime game-viewing area of the Kruger
National Park. Tinga has an exclusive 5000-hectare concession
within the Kruger National Park, where guests can view the
wildlife on safaris or bushwalks, while accompanied by
SANParks-accredited guides. Tinga game-viewing vehicles have
access to the entire Kruger Park road network, thus allowing
guests to view the areas of historical significance and
aesthetic beauty that the southern Kruger Park has to offer.
Although similar to Legends (also located within the Tinga
concession), Narina Lodge has a distinctly more African feel.
Like the bird it was named after (the narina trogon), the lodge
is unobtrusive yet undeniably beautiful, blending perfectly with
the riverine forest vegetation.
||Kruger National Park
|Big 5 Reserve:
|About the Lodge:
||The main deck is on stilts overlooking the Sabie River, and
the suites are connected by an elevated wooden walkway.
Lodge facilities include a library, wine cellar, boma, lounge
|Number of rooms or
||Narina Lodge has 9 luxury suites. Each suite has a private
viewing deck and heated plunge pool with magnificent views over
the Sabie river. The suites are equipped with en-suite
bathroom, a large outdoor shower, heated towel rails, mini bar,
safe, two air-conditioners, overhead fans and direct dial
telephones. The suites also have
hairdryers, international adaptors and insect repellent spray.
Satellite TV and DVD player can be placed in the suite at the
guests request only.
||Narina Lodge is unable to accommodate children under the age
of 10 years.
Children between the ages of 10 and 15 years pay 50% of the
adult sharing rate.
Children 16 years and older pay the full adult rate.
||Unless otherwise indicated nightly rates include
accommodation in a suite with private plunge pool, three meals
per day, teas/coffees, soft drinks*, local brand beers, spirits
and house wines*, two game drives daily with FGASA qualified
ranger and tracker, game drive refreshments and snacks,
specified inclusive safari activities, Kruger National Park
conservation fee (when entering at Paul Kruger Gate).
** Specially discounted rates may exclude all beverages except
for teas/coffees and refreshments on game drives.
Activities included in the rate: astronomy, bush breakfast, bush
dinner, bush walk, game drives, riverbank walks, safari lunch and
interactive wildlife lectures.
||Kruger National Park Conservation fee when entering via all
gates other than Paul Kruger Gate.