The Kwedi Reserve is situated at the mouth of the Okavango Delta, with Duba Plains Camp being one of the first to enjoy the refreshing waters as they flow from the highlands each year in late winter. This secluded island camp provides a small, intimate setting, with only six en-suite tents, complete with outside showers and raised patios. The lavish open-air lounge offers a rustic feel and magnificent view of the surrounding floodplains.
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Activities at Duba Plains include not only the traditional game drives, nature walks, boat cruises, and bird watching, but also the search to experience the unique and constant battle for survival between lion and buffalo. Safari-goers seek out giant herds of buffalo in hopes of viewing predatory lions secure their prey. Prepare for your visit to Duba Plains by viewing the National Geographic documentary Relentless Enemies, set in Duba and highlighting the struggle between lion and buffalo.
Your stay at Duba Plains Camp promises excitement, seclusion, luxury, and exquisite dining. The kind staff will cater to your every need and your expectations will be surpassed at every turn.