Enjoy a Complimentary Helicopter Transfer with The Lodge at Feline Fields
The Lodge at Feline Fields, Botswana has announced a complimentary helicopter transfer to the Lodge from locations across the country for guests staying four nights or more.
Offering breath-taking aerial views across the Okavango and Kalahari landscapes, the flight simplifies the journey to allow guests to quickly and easily be transported in stress-free style to the Lodge.
An extension of the relaxed ethos of the Lodge itself, guests will find the schedule-free stay ideal after tight safari itineraries. Nestled in the heart of the wilderness, the six beautifully constructed suites are an idyllic hideaway.
Wake up at leisure to a fiery African sunrise with a wide choice on how to spend each day. Game drives are conducted at flexible times throughout the day and night when possible in open safari vehicles. Guests can also head out into the Kalahari on foot, sand-bike or horse-back with an experienced guide to witness desert adapted species. At the Lodge, keep active in the Bush Gym or on the tennis court constructed of old termite mound, before cooling off in the 25m lap pool or relaxing with an open-air spa treatment. Fresh cuisine is served daily, inspired by the French influences of the Lodge’s owners. For an intimate understanding of the land and Botswana’s culture, guests can also embark on a nature walk with the Bushmen to learn how they have survived for thousands of years in the desert landscape.
The complimentary helicopter transfer is available based on two people travelling from: Maun, Abu Camp, Eagle Island Lodge, Mombo Camp, Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp, Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge and others on request.: free helicopter flight
A stay at The Lodge at Feline Fields starts from $890 per person, per night. This includes return road transfers, all meals and drinks (excluding champagne and French wines), all game drives, laundry service, VAT and a €30 donation to the Feline Fields Trust. An additional child sharing starts from $225 per person per night.