Duba Plains Camp is the epitome of the Botswana safari, set on a private conservancy in the heart of the Okavango Delta.
Duba Plains is surrounded by palm-fringed islands, flood plains and woodland. It is also the place that conservationists and National Geographic filmmakers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert, chose as their home base. Bespoke tented suites evoke the classic African safari style of the 1920s, with rooms raised on recycled railway sleeper decking. Private verandas grace stunning views of the surrounding floodplain which attract a lot of wildlife. Boat safaris through the waterways, bush walks and game drives offer ample opportunities for intimate encounters with lions and leopards, elephants, lechwe, buffalo and many more, including the interesting Kalahari species like aardwolf and pangolins, and iconic birds of the Okavango.