The Duba Explorers Camp lies in a 77,000-acre private concession of classic Okavango Delta habitat. A scattering of palm-dotted islands, floodplains and woodland make up the concession and typifies the region’s unique landscape. The camp is built on a wooded island, connected to the prolific wildlife area by an elaborate set of bridges. It is the only camp on the concession, thereby offering guests the ultimate opportunity for private sightings.
The camp has six expedition-style tents on slightly raised decking, each with views of the surrounding floodplain. Each tent has a small desk and private verandah plus en-suite facilities with double basins and an indoor shower. The main area is on raised decking and consists of an open-concept dining and lounge area with a firepit to gather around in the evenings.
Duba Explorers Camp prides itself on its extraordinary wildlife experiences, with regular sightings of a diverse range of species, including large herds of Red lechwe, kudu, tsessebe and giraffe. Elephant and hippo are regularly seen and leopard and brown hyena can be sighted as well. The area is rich in birdlife, Okavango ‘specials’ include the rare Wattled crane, Pel’s Fishing owl, White-backed Night heron and Marsh Owl.