The soul of Botswana’s “Wild Africa”, this is a new rugged adventure outfitted by National Geographic filmmakers and Great Plains Conservation co-founders Beverly & Dereck Joubert, famous for their Eye of the leopard documentary following Mombo Camp’s famous Legadema.
Pristine 77,000 acres of the Duba Plains Concession for the private use of just 12 guests at camp, this newfound expedition camp takes over as a high-end, exclusive safari from the previous Duba Plains camp site.
This area is one of Botswana’s most prolific wildlife destinations with several unique mammal sightings, in addition to the famous Big Five.
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Camp Location: Okavango Delta, Northern Botswana
12 guests in just 6 tents at Duba Plains Camp
Twice daily game drives in 4×4 open vehicles
Water activities: Boating cruises in season
Access is by air only (30-45 mins from Maun).
Category B airfield is licensed for aircraft as large as a King Air, Pilatus PC-12 and Cessna Caravan.