Sitting in the heart of the Okavango Delta in the private Kwedi Reserve, Duba Plains Camp is an intimate, luxury property owned by National Geographic filmmakers, conservationists and explorers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
This secluded island camp provides a small, intimate setting, with only six en-suite bespoke tents and one two-bedroom suite. Each room is raised on recycled railway sleeper decking with amazing views of the surrounding floodplain and the steady stream of wildlife parading past. They also include a private lounge area and veranda. The en suite bathrooms consist of a flush toilet, double vanities, indoor and outdoor showers, and luxurious baths. Ceiling fans keep the rooms nice and deliciously cool. Guests can enjoy their private plunge pool and outdoor under cover sala/day rest area.
The camp is situated on a matrix of palm-dotted islands, flood plains and woodland, in the 190,000-acre private Kwedi Reserve. As the sole property on the reserve, guests have exclusive access to the area. The is also known for interesting Kalahari species like aardwolf and pangolins as well as a plethora of lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, and more. In fact, many consider Duba Plains to be the Okavango’s equivalent to the Maasai Mara because of the sheer volume of wildlife.