Duba Expedition Camp sits in the heart of the Okavango Delta. A matrix of palm-dotted islands, flood plains and woodland, the 77,000 acre private concession typifies the region’s landscape.
The Camp is decorated in expedition-style tents of light airy canvas on slightly raised decking, each with a view of the floodplain. Each tent has its own verandah plus en-suite facilities.
Built on a wooded island and connected to the wildlife area by sets of bridges, the area is the base of many famous wildlife documentaries by National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
The 6 tented villas carry a maximum of 12 guests with children over 6 years welcome. Families with children aged 6 to 15 years old will have to hire a private vehicle for game drives. It is the only camp on a private concession offering unique sightings for guests.
The main area is under sweeping marquis canvas on raised decking and consists of open-concept dining and lounge area which opens to the outdoors on all sides. In the evening sit and enjoy the African stars by the fire pit.
The wildlife experience is renowned with regular sightings of diverse range of species including large herds of Red Lechwe along with Greater Kudu, tessebe , elephant, lion, leopard, giraffe and even the Brown hyena. If you are a bird watcher you are in paradise the area is reputed for its birdlife from Wattled Crane to Marsh owls.