The spirit of Duba Expedition Camp
Duba Expedition Camp offers just six exclusive tents, built on a wooded timbered island and connected to a rich wildlife area by an elaborate set of bridges.The expedition-style tents are set on slightly raised decking, with magnificent views of the surrounding floodplain.
Each luxurious tents has feature a small desk and private verandas, luxury four poster beds cloaked in draped lace, as well as ensuite facilities including with flush lavatories, double basins and indoor showers, and while fans and careful open-air designs that maintain a a comfortable climate in which for rest and to rest and relax relaxation in the African heat.
The main area sits under a sweeping marquee canvas with raised decking, and consists of an open-concept dining and lounge area, which opens to the spectacular outdoors on all sides. In the evenings, the fire pit is always serves as a popular spot for guests to gather around, to enjoy a drink and recount the day’s amazing events..
This stylish camp prides itself on its extraordinary wildlife experiences, and wildlife is a regular sight, even when showering in camp.
What we love about Duba Expedition Camp
- The area is the base of many famous wildlife documentaries by National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, due to its ample and frequent wildlife sightings – even while taking a shower!.
- Experience wildlife at its best with reliable sightings of lion, elephant, buffalo, hippo, along with Red lechwe, Blue blue wildebeest, Greater greater kudu and tsessebe.
- Enjoy spotting Okavango ‘specials’ including the rare Wattled wattled crane, Pel’s Fishing fishing owl, Whitewhite-backed Night night heron and Marsh marsh owl.