This network of islands, lagoons and rivers are wild and wonderful with exclusive camps and some of the best areas in Botswana. The area is also noted for its vast herds of elephants, which congregate here especially during the dry season, and lions, leopards and wild dogs hunt along the river fringes and through the woodlands. The wilderness experience is awesome here, and it continues along the Savuti Channel.
Situated in a private concession of 300 000 hectares in Northern Linyanti, this area is vast. There is a chance of seeing vehicles from Savuti Camp which lies about 30 kilometres away, but other than that, visitors to Duma Tau enjoy pure wilderness.
Lebala means ‘wide open spaces’ in Setswana, and the vast plains with scattered palms and tree islands are backed by wooded savannahs.
The concession in Botswana’s Selinda Reserve at which some of National Geographic’s premier documentaries have been filmed is one of the best game-viewing areas in Africa.