Duke’s Camp has been set in a remote wilderness area that is on a channel of the northern Okavango Delta, one of Africa’s most game-rich private concessions. With wildlife right on its doorstep, this unfenced camp is pure safari panache with all the bells and whistles of a luxury experience. It boasts the best safari guides in the business, in an area with healthy populations of lion, leopard, cheetah and elephant.
You will be immersed into adventure activities that include game drives, mokoro excursions, bush walks, fishing, and sunset boat trips. For the more adventurous of spirit, you can take to the skies in a hot air-balloon and enjoy a birds-eye view of this unspoilt wilderness sanctuary, or try a night fly-camping on a remote island. For a cultural sojourn, you can take a scenic helicopter flight to Tsodilo Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is where over 4,500 ancient rock painting sites wait to be discovered and Delta bushcraft and lore come to life.
Back at camp, you can escape the African sun in the camp pool, with the chance of spotting wildlife from your lounger, or grab a drink from the well-stocked cabinets of the elegant Persian tea-tent with its own lounge area. When days come to an end, you can gather by a firepit after being wined and dined and share stories under a plethora of stars.