Set in the heart of the Okavango Delta with exclusive access to the Kwedi Reserve, the brand-new Duba Explorers Camp offers an intimate and private safari camp experience.
The camp provides the only accommodations available in the 77,000-acre private Kwedi Reserve. Lodgings at the camp consists of six light and airy canvas expedition-style tents on slightly raised decking, each with views of the surrounding floodplain. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with a flush toilet, double basin sinks, and an indoor shower. Other tent features include a lounge area and a private and shaded veranda for relaxing and taking in the sweeping views of the delta and its abundant animal life. For added comfort, additional amenities include a dressing gown, tea/coffee, safe, electrical outlets, hair dryer, fans, writing desk, and laundry service.
Built on a wooded island within the private Kwedi Reserve, Duba Explorers Camp is connected by an elaborate set of bridges to the rest of the wilderness. This part of the Okavango Delta consists of palm-dotted islands, flood plains, and woodland. This diverse and beautiful area serves as the base for many famous wildlife documentaries by National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert. Besides the loveliness of the landscape, there are regular sightings of a diverse range of species, including greater kudu, tsessebe, large herds of red lechwe, and even giraffes. Elephants and hippos love trudging through the delta’s waters where lions and leopards are frequent visitors too. The reserve is a bird-watcher’s paradise with a variety of species including the rare wattled crane, Pel’s fishing owl, white-backed night heron, and marsh owl.