Experience a once-in-a-lifetime stay at the exclusive Duba Explorers Camp, a wildlife enthusiast’s paradise located on an island in the northernmost part of the Duba concession and bordered on all sides by the beautiful Okavango Delta. A journey to Botswana is not complete without visiting the enchanted and renowned Okavango Delta. One of the last major wilderness paradises on Earth, the Okavango Delta is where the Okavango River and Kalahari Desert meet, creating the largest inland delta in the world. The Okavango Delta can range in size from 15,000 square kilometers during dry times to a mind-boggling 22,000 square kilometers during wet times.
When you arrive in Maun, one of our staff will meet you and assist you with checking in for your flight to Duba Explorers Camp. Depending on when you arrive at the camp, you could have lunch there and become acquainted with the amenities before starting your first game drive. Duba Explorers Camp is a haven for wildlife lovers; it is located on an island in the northern part of the 33,000-hectare Duba concession and is flanked on all sides by the pristine Okavango Delta. This cozy camp is made up of five expedition-style tents with stylish furnishings, light, airy canvas, and slightly raised decks, each with a view of the nearby floodplain.
You will have numerous opportunities throughout the course of the following two days to discover everything the Okavango Delta has to offer. Take advantage of the guided tours, mokoro and boating chances (depending on the water level at the time), or early morning and late afternoon wildlife drives to experience one of the most beautiful and diverse wildlife habitats in the world. Duba Explorers Camp takes pride in its exceptional wildlife encounters. Visitors to the camp frequently see a wide variety of animals, including as lechwe, kudu, tsessebe, and giraffe. Elephant and buffalo herds wander past the camp, and hippopotamuses struggle through the swamps, forming their canals and trails every day. Regular sightings include lions, leopards, and even African wild dogs. The location is a birdwatcher’s heaven, with an abundance of birds.
The Okavango Delta must now be firewalled. Depending on your flight itinerary, you could have time for one last morning game before flying back to Maun for your next destination.
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