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Fauna and Flora

Narina Bush Camp is situated in the Southern Mistbelt Forest at the foot of the Zuurberg mountains. Riverine thicket occurs along the banks of the river system.

A wide variety of bird species occur here as well as smaller antelope and mammals such as bushbuck, bushpig, common duiker, blue duiker and vervet monkey. The rare tree dassie is also found in the area.


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Official Guide on Sale

This 52-page full-colour brochure gives the visitor a complete overview of the Park, its fauna and flora, history, new developments, accommodation and activities. Highly recommended! Available from the park directly.

Did You Know?

  • Is also home to one of the densest African elephant populations on earth