Surrounded by gleaming floodplains and scattered woodlands, Duba Explorers Camp is the ideal base from which to discover the Okavango Delta. Set on an island in the remote northern reaches of the Delta, you will be at the heart of this extraordinary landscape and enjoying a further advantage in that the camp is located in a private concession to ensure maximum exclusivity for its guests.
Duba Explorers is the creation of Dereck and Beverly Joubert, renowned wildlife film makers and conservationists, and was built in partnership with the local community to ensure a mutually beneficial relationship. Expert Delta guides will open up the secrets of the Okavango on game drives and bush walks, as well as on motorboat and mokoro (canoe) safaris when water levels allow. The general game viewing and bird watching are excellent, and the area is known for rare sightings like wild dogs and leopards as well as sitatunga and roan antelope.
A small and intimate camp with only five luxurious suites, Duba Explorers would make a great treat for honeymooners and couples on a special journey. And although there is no specific family accommodation, the camp welcomes children aged eight and older, and offers an array of age-appropriate activities from animal tracking and bird watching to cooking and painting. Open all year, Duba Explorer Camp combines well with other lodges in the next-door Moremi Game Reserve and heavyweight Chobe National Park.