A safari tent set under trees on the edge of a lagoon at Duba Explorers CampA safari tent set under trees on the edge of a lagoon at Duba Explorers Camp

Duba Explorers Camp

From: $915.00

Duba Explorers Camp lies in the Northeast of Botswana. The area is surrounded by both permanent and seasonal floodplains ensuring a great diversity of wildlife. With just five tents made of canvas and raised on wooden decks guests are assured of a unique and private safari experience.


Duba Explorers Camp

Okavango Delta

Duba Explorers Camp lies within a 33 000 hectare private reserve in the Okavango Delta. Due to its location at the northern reaches of the Okavango Delta, the surroundings are dominated by permanent floodplain. The area is interspersed with seasonal floodplains and grasslands with pockets of Mopane and Acacia woodlands.

Under a canopy of mature Jackalberry, Leadwood, Mangosteen and Sycamore Fig trees the camp has year-round shade. It’s  location provides unobstructed views across the surrounding water channels and allows cool breezes through the camp and guest tents.

Safari Tents

The camp consists of five tents of light canvas on raised decking with a private veranda and en-suite facilities. Guests wake up to panoramic views of the Delta floodplains. During the flood season, the water channels link to open water filled with flowering water lilies and tall papyrus.

The main area is set under sweeping canvas on raised decks with an open dining and lounge area. Being part of a floodplain for most of the year, the camp is on an island surrounded by beautiful landscapes and water courses. The camp is only accessible by two gum pole bridges. During your siesta, lounge on the daybed on your veranda, absorbing the peacefulness and tranquility of your surroundings.

In the flood season you might even be lucky to catch sight of spotted neck otters swimming and eating. Listen out for the prolific bird life. At night the Hippos wander past your suite in search of grazing. The roar of a Lion rumbles through the night as he calls out his territory. Pels Fishing Owls are prolific in this area and birding is nothing short of exceptional.

Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana.

If you’re looking for small, intimate or family lodges in Botswana then explore Sanctuary Baines Camp, Stanley’s Camp or Chobe Chilwero.

Looking to Zimbabwe? Then have a look at Chikwenya Camp in Mana Pools National Park. Luxury in the Masaai Mara on the Oloololo Escarpment? Explore Angama Mara.

The Okavango is a World Heritage Site and the largest alluvial fan in the world, read more about this incredible destination.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly to Maun from Cape Town or Johannesburg’s O R Tambo International Airports with SA Airlink, Air Botswana or South African Airways.

On your arrival in Maun you will be met by your safari representative who will assist you to a light aircraft for your flight to Vumbura airstrip.

At the airfield you will be met by your guide for the short game drive to camp.

For assistance with domestic flights get in touch with us.



  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Twice daily game drives
  • Local brand drinks
  • Laundry
  • Walking safaris
  • Fishing (seasonal)
  • Airstrip transfers
  • Swarovski binoculars (use only)
  • Canon 5D camera and lenses (use only)


  • Premium brand drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Travel insurance
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance
  • Conservation levy
  • Inter camp flights
  • Spa services

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