Duba Explorers Camp
Duba Explorers Camp is tucked away in the northeast corner of the Duba Plains concession, a 77,000-acre private reserve in the Okavango Delta and surrounded by floodplains, grasslands and pockets of mopane and acacia woodlands. Since the camp was relocated away from its sister camp, Duba Plains, Duba Explorers Camp is now situated on an island under a canopy of mature jackalberry, leadwood and mangosteen trees.
The camp consists of five tents of airy canvas on raised decking. Guests wake up to panoramic views of the Delta floodplains and, during the flood season, the water channels link to open water filled with flowering water lilies and tall papyrus. The main area is set under sweeping marquee canvas, on raised decking with an open-concept dining and lounge area. During a stay at Duba Explorers Camp guests can surrounding ecosystem by boat or traditional canoes (mekoro) (when water levels allow), by vehicle or on guided walks. The unique flooding cycles of the Okavango Delta create a mosaic of habitats fostering an incredible diversity of wildlife while the year-round healthy population of elephant, buffalo and lechwe and good hunting terrain attracts predators such as lion, leopard and wild dogs.