Duba Expedition Camp is the newest in the celebrated collection of luxury camps in the Okavango Delta. The 77,000-acre private concession is its own secluded haven within the Delta and offers a vibrant and diverse safari experience.
Duba Expedition Camp is raised comfortably on wood decking to capture the best views of the surrounding islands, flood plains, and woodland, and also to have the lowest possible impact on the natural setting. The six private canvas tents are designed for supreme comfort, with fans and an open air design helping to maintain a breezy atmosphere. Observe the natural scene and the wildlife of the region from the private verandah, making use of the Swarovski 8×42 binoculars found in each suite. Inside, the tents are fitted with chic furnishings and finished in a modern color scheme that brings a touch of sophistication to the wild location. Further comforts include hairdryers, bath amenities, dual basin sinks, and a flush toilet in the generous en-suite bath.
The main camp area comprises a massive wooden deck with spacious dining and lounge areas sheltered by canvas. Open on all sides to take advantage of the stunning views, main camp at Duba Expedition Camp is ideal for relaxing between activities. Fresh sumptuous meals are served by an attentive staff, and the bar accommodates with coffees, teas, Amarula, and more refreshments. After the sun sets, relax around the fire pit and share tales of the day’s sightings with other guests.
On game drives and explorations, guests will uncover the private concession area that has long been the setting of documentary films and photographs by Dereck and Beverly Joubert. Skilled guides navigate the channels and floodplains by Toyota Land Cruiser and by boat, when water levels permit. Red lechwe, greater kudu, giraffe, elephant, and hippo are all common sightings in and around Duba Expedition Camp. Birding is especially exciting, with prolific winged activity including the rare Wattled crane, Pel’s fishing owl, the marsh owl, and the white-backed night heron. Together with the Okavango Community Trust, Great Plains Conservation supports five villages in the Okavango Panhandle through tourism, a long-standing partnership that protects this ecosystem for generations of local residents and international visitors to continue to enjoy.Request Information