Duba Explorer has a wide deck overlooking the floodplain.
Why photographers love Duba Explorer
- Luxurious camp and excellent location in the Okavango Delta
- Extremely stylish and run by National Geographic photographers Dereck and Beverly Joubert
- Outstanding food and hospitality
- Small camp with just 10 guests
- Variety of activities including game drives, walks and boat trips or pay extra for a helicopter flight over the delta
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Duba Explorer at a glance
The main dining area has expansive seating areas with great views. There are 5 tents each with their own bedroom, writing table, deck and have luxurious bathrooms. The atmosphere of wood, brass and fine furniture, carafes of sherry and suitcases creates a 1920s safari camp atmosphere.
Duba Plains is a 77 000 hectare private reserve in the western parts of the Okavango Delta and borders onto Vumbura to the east. This area that attracts large herds of buffalo and lions, elephants. Cheetah are also frequently sighted. Dereck and Beverly Joubert photographed some of the interactions which became National Geographic films in this concession.
The good news
Hugely environmentally and socially conscious, Great Plains is activiely involved with Rhinos without borders which is moving 100 white rhinos out of densely populated areas into the Okavango. If you wish to see rhino you need to visit Great Plains luxurious sister camp, Duba Plains, which is on a nearby island.