Tubu Tree Camp is a small, intimate camp built on the western side of Hunda Island, in the Okavango Delta's Jao Concession. Usually a water-inundated area during the floods, Hunda Island is the largest stretch of dry land in the area.
Tubu Tree Camp is a small, intimate camp built on the western side of Hunda Island, in the Okavango Delta’s Jao Concession. Usually a water-inundated area during the floods, Hunda Island is the largest stretch of dry land in the area.
Tubu Tree Camp is built in a traditional style with five tents on raised wooden platforms. Each tent has its own private deck with picturesque vistas of the floodplains, plus its own en suite bathroom facilities with outdoor shower.
The main dining, lounge areas and pool are also on raised platforms and have panoramic views of the plains game. There is an outdoor pub area which lies under the canopy of a large marula tree.
Wildlife seen around Tubu Tree Camp includes elephant, lion, Burchell’s zebra, red lechwe, southern giraffe, tsessebe, and blue wildebeest on the floodplains. Kudu, impala, leopard and bushbuck can also be seen in the forested areas.
The variety of bird life is impressive, with dry-land species seen on the large islands and all the wetland birds seen on the floodplains and waterways.
Throughout the year, day and night game drives in open 4×4 vehicles, as well as guided walks are available, plus for those with an appetite for close-up viewing, there are two platform hides in the concession.
During winter, the water levels rise and the floodplains become covered with water (normally May to late September). This allows for a wide range of water activities from boating and fishing to moroko trips.
A small “down to earth” camp which has a very relaxed atmosphere. The guiding is excellent, and there is an appreciated focus towards the game viewing.
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