Come and watch the ultimate predator and prey interactions playing out at Duba Plains Camp. For a safari where lions are regular main characters, book this awesome Okavango Delta camp. See these regal animals take down a buffalo. A paradise for bird lovers, Duba Plains Camp is the perfect combination of luxury, excellent service, great food, privacy and unrivalled wilderness experiences. Enjoy 6 elegant en-suite Meru-style tents, raised on wooden decks, shaded by large fig, ebony and garcinia trees.
Small and pretty, Duba Plains Camp is rated as the best place in Africa to see lions hunting in broad sunlight. Sitting quietly in northern Botswana to the west of the Okavango Delta, the tented camp offers some of the best guiding and game viewing in Botswana.
Duba Plains Camp is so simply elegant that it does not impact on the natural environment out there – it enhances the dramatic unfolding of wildlife events. Staff here run a slick operation where three intense nights at the camp will reward guests with incredible lion sightings and other game action.
Botswana Safari Accommodation without the frills but with the service and plenty of animal life, Duba Plains Camp in the Okavango Delta is all about game drives in huge 4x4 vehicles to see infamous interactions between lions and buffalo. Extensive grassy plains offer spectacular views for miles around and intense colourful sunrises and sunsets.
The six Meru-styled tents are raised on wooden decks with private balconies looking out over the magnificent Delta floodplains. Elegantly decorated with wide mesh windows and plenty of air and light, the large central bed is the focus point which is under a walk in mosquito net.
The cosy lounge and intimate library with inviting bar off the side make a stay at Duba Plains worthwhile and comfortable. A tea and coffee station goes all day and at night, guests sit beside the raging fire in the pit as animals move like ghosts on the floodplains below.
Splashing in the pool and meals on the shady outside deck are must-dos at this Okavango Delta camp. Some people will remember the story about filmmakers Derek and Beverly Joubert who made Relentless Enemies, a documentary about lions interacting with buffalo on the plains.
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