Duba Plains Camp is situated in the northwestern Okavango Delta on a private concession owned by local communities. It is the more luxurious sister to the Duba Explorations camp and shares the 77,000 acre concession which is famed for it's lion and buffalo interaction. The area is a mix of palm dotted islands, floodplains and woodlands and makes it the ideal destination to experience the Okavango Delta. The camp has 5 luxurious en-suite tented rooms designed by famed filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert who chose this area as their homebase. Each room has an indoor and outdoor shower, ceiling fan and eco-friendly air-condition as well as a private deck overlooking the lagoon. Guests will be able to enjoy daily morning and afternoon game drives as well as boat cruises if the waterlevels permit. The camp is only accessibly by light aircraft with the nearest international airport located in Maun (MUB).