Duba Plains Camp sits in a beautiful part of the northern Okavango Delta, on one of a matrix of palm-dotted islands, sharing flood plains and woodland in a private 77,000-acre reserve. A well-known tented safari camp is a favourite of many, including Safari Guru. In 2017 this iconic safari lodge was entirely rebuilt from the ground up, becoming uniquely luxurious in the typical (and beautiful) style of the owners, Great Plains Conservation, evoking the classic 'campaign' style of African Safari in the 1920s.
One of Botswana's only Relais & Chateaux accredited properties, and listed one of National Geographics Unique lodges of the world, Duba Plains Camp offers only five bespoke tents designed to blend perfectly into the landscape. The oversized 'tents' are raised on recycled railway sleeper decking offering remarkable views of the surrounding floodplain and a steady stream of Botswana's magnificent wildlife parading past, sometimes only at arms-length from the individual suites private plunge pool's and shaded sala's. Each of the tents offer a lounge area and beautifully appointed en-suite facilities consisting of flush loo, double vanities, both indoor and outdoor showers and a luxurious bath. Ceiling fans, environmentally friendly air-conditioning over the beds, and carefully designed in an ecofriendly manner to maintain a comfortable climate all year round.