Duba Explorers Camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta Reopened June 01st

As of June 1st, Duba Explorers Camp (formerly Duba Expedition Camp) has re-opened in it’s new location in the Duba Plains Concession. The Duba Plains Concession, 77,000 acres of stunning Okavango Delta wilderness, is home to only two properties Duba Plains Camp and Suite and Duba Explorers Camp, both owned and operated by Great Plains Conservation.

With the relocation of Duba Explorers, the camp now has its own exclusive traversing area within the concession. Duba Explorers is an intimate camp with five expedition-style tents of light airy canvas on slightly raised decking. Each tent is stylishly furnished including campaign writing desk and private veranda plus en-suite facilities. The main area is under sweeping marquee canvas, on raised decking and with an open-concept dining and lounge area. The part of the Duba concession home to Duba Explorers Camp is an area is known for regular sightings of lechwe, kudu, tsessebe, giraffe, elephant and buffalo as well as lion, leopard and even wild dog.  Activities include early morning and late afternoon/early evening game drives in open 4×4 vehicles, guided walking opportunities as well as mekoro and boat-based wildlife viewing activities (when water levels permit).