For a secluded experience in a magical forest, spend some time at Narina Bush Camp at the foot of the Zuurberg Mountains and on the banks of the Wit River.
Visitors can access the bush camp – situated 25 km (about a 45 minute drive) away from the Addo Rest Camp on gravel roads - by car, hiking trail or horse trail. For a horse trail, bookings must be made with the Addo Game Drive Office. Guests should arrive at least two hours before sunset as there is no electricity in the camp. The camp is accessed by crossing a river bridge and walking about 500m through the forest. Please bring your own torch. Bookings are made through Central Reservations.
Please note that Narina Bush Camp is not situated in the Big Five area of the park and no large wildlife species occur here. Narina offers a tranquil getaway in a forest rich with birdlife. Smaller species such as duiker, bushbuck and bushpig do occur in the area.
Five things to seek
- Narina trogon
- Forest weaver
- Tree dassie
- Blue duiker
- Cape clawless otter
- Tel: +27 (0) 42 2338600
- Fax: +27 (0) 42 2338643
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ranger at Zuurberg – Tel: +27 (0) 42 2330581
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