The much buzzed-about Lodge at Feline Fields in Botswana has just introduced its new luxury mobile camp in Mababe Marshes (located in the Khwai Community Concession). Up to eight guests are whisked away via helicopter to the camp, where they can explore the Okavango Delta by Mokoro canoe with a picnic in tow or venture to Chobe National Park. The camp itself, available year-round, is situated near the Khwai River, which is the only source of water for miles, and provides excellent game-viewing opportunities. Possible encounters include leopard, elephant, lion, buffalo, zebra, hyena, cheetah, wild dog, giraffe and hippo. Guests will embark on twice-daily game drives.
At the mobile camp, guests will have all the comforts. Tents include private en-suite bathrooms with a flushing toilet, copper basin and shower; while a waiter, chef, cleaner and host are at guests’ disposal.
A stay at the mobile camp is combined with a stay at The Lodge itself, where there is a more relaxed atmosphere. Here, there are just six suites, and guests can opt for excursions such as sunrise safaris, hikes or bike rides through the Kalahari with experienced guides, visits to a Bushman village and more. Good to know: There is an 80-foot lap pool, and outdoor spa treatments are available.
French cuisine is served daily, inspired by the French influences of The Lodge owners. For enquiries, contact founder Marjan Blom ([email protected]). She manages all reservations.