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Duba Plains, Botswana
(Bush/Game Lodge)

Duba Plains is one of the Okavango Delta's most remote camps and is located in the furthermost reaches of the Okavango Delta in a very private reserve of 30,000 hectares.

Well appointed tents at Duba Plains   Accommodation  at Duba Plains

The camp is situated on an island shaded by large Ebony, Fig and Garcinia trees and surrounded by expansive plains which are occasionally flooded. Since Duba has access to large islands, floodplains and marshes, the camp offers a diversity of experiences. Duba`s real treat is the exclusivity and it is suited to those who want to be far away.

Fly-In, Safari Lodge, Wildlife, Game Drives, Safari, Walking /Hiking, Canoeing, Photography, Birding, Permanent Tented Camp

The wildlife of Duba Plains depends on the water levels in the area. The large herds of Buffalo and Sable are the Lion`s main prey. Lechwe dot the savannah and Elephants feed on the islands. Hippo concentrate in the deeper channels, when the waters are up and Leopards are found around the islands. Most of the Delta`s birds are found in the area as well.

Duba is small and intimate, accommodating only twelve people. Therefore highly personalised experience is guaranteed. Each of the six large tented rooms has its own veranda, overlooking the flood plain. The dining room is raised on decking under large riverine trees. There is also a swimming pool.

Additional Information
Duba offers a variety of activities. You may choose between game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions or walking safaris. The night drives often provide opportunities to take pictures of Africa's elusive nocturnal animals in action. At Duba, vehicles are allowed `off road ` for the ultimate game viewing experience.

Children Policy
· Children 8+ welcome

· Game/Wildlife Reserve

Check In Before: 14:00
Check Out Before: 11:00

Lions and Buffalo in combat at Duba Plains  

Duba Plains
(Bush/Game Lodge)

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