Intimately situated on Hunda Island in the Okavango’s Jao Concession, Tubu Tree Camp offers a unique combination of habitats and wildlife. This part of Botswana’s Okavango Delta is usually under water during the flood season, and Hunda Island is the largest stretch of permanently dry land in the area. The blend of Hunda’s grasslands with the nearby marshes and forested water channels attracts an astounding diversity of wildlife.
Tubu Tree Camp’s five resident tents are built on raised wooden platforms, and en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers are standard. The common dining, lounge, and pub areas are also raised, and along with the sleeping tents offer panoramic views of the surrounding floodplains and grazing wildlife.
The wildlife making this region their home is dense and diverse. 4x4 game drives, nature walks, and even mokoro (dug-out canoe) rides promise encounters with animals from elephant, giraffe, buffalo, wildebeest, and impala to lion and leopard. The birdlife inhabiting the area is also impressive, with dry land species and waterfowl living in close proximity.