Duba Plains is possibly the Okavango Delta's most remote camp. It is located in a private 30 000 hectare reserve and in the furthermost region of the Delta. The camp is situated on an island, surrounded by seasonally flooded plains and shaded by ebony, fig and garcinia trees. This pristine area is home to lion, lechwe, elephant, aardwolf, bat-eared fox, side-striped jackal and huge herds of buffalo, as well as a large variety of Okavango Delta bird life. Wattled cranes and slaty egrets are some of the Okavango specials found in the area.
The camp is small and intimate, with accommodation in six tented rooms. Each of the tents has an en-suite bathroom, with hot and cold running water, and a veranda overlooking the floodplain. The dining room and bar area is raised on decks with an extended deck for star gazing and there is a great pool with a view.
The camp focuses on the incredible wildlife in the area through game drives, which are conducted during the day and at night in open 4 x 4 vehicles.