In these lodges, we are immersed in the heart of the First Nations of Western Canada. They are the descendants of these Indian Natives, people of the sea with deep spirituality, who have decorated their houses with superb sculptures and tribal paintings. A unique work of art. On the outskirts of the village, huge totems with carved animals watch over your wile you sleep ...
Sleeping at Pairi Daiza
The overnight accommodations are situated in the heart of the new world The Last Frontier.
The world The Last Frontier is open 24h/24 for resort-guests.
Pairi Daiza opens for resort-guests at 9am until the announced closing time of the park.
Our Native Houses have two spacious bedrooms overlooking the territory of the fallow deer. There is also a sitting room and terrace with view on the habitat of bears and wolves. These traditional houses are wooden constructions, build with huge trunks of red cedar. There is a stove for cozy evenings, a private sauna, a bubble bath, a bathroom with lots of natural light ...
The Native Village consists of 10 houses.
Each Native House has a surface of 101m2 and has a terrace of 21m2.
A Native House has a capacity up to 6 adults, 2 children and 1 baby.
What is included when staying in a Native House?
Discover all the facilities and services that will make your stay at the Native VillageINCLUDED FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Starting at € 773*
Indicative price for 2 adults and 2 children (2 days/1 night).
A reduction of 10% is granted per accommodation in which stays at least one 2019 Pairi Daiza season pass holder.
*Price subject to change depending on the season, number of guests, age of the guests and the chosen options. For an exact amount, please check our reservation website