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The Lodge at Feline FieldsNestled in the middle of the Kalahari...





















The Lodge at Feline Fields

Nestled in the middle of the Kalahari wilderness, in the far north-west of Botswana, The Lodge at Feline Fields is a gloriously remote 5-star retreat designed to immerse guests in the culture and natural beauty of Africa. Its beautiful architecture blends traditional materials with eco sensitivity, and amenities seems straight out of a luxury hotel.

The property consists of 6 delightfully secluded accommodations, complete with tasteful custom-made furnishings and lovely raised decks overlooking the surrounding savanna. The deluxe pool villas come with sleek freestanding baths, complementary off-road bicycles, and stunning woven daybeds for sleeping under the starry African sky, whereas the other three tented suites boast romantic “star baths”.

Aside from walking safaris and game drives through the expansive Kalahari conservancy area, guests at the lodge can spend the time lounging by the pool, playing tennis, or working out in the open bush gym. The cuisine is locally inspired, but has a modern French twist, with simple, delicious meals served either in the privacy of your suite, by the pool, or out in the bush.

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