Duba Plains Camp
Ngamiland West, Botswana
Duba Plains CampOne of the remotest retreats in Botswana’s wildlife-rich Okavango Delta, Duba Plains Camp is set on a close to 200,00 acre private reserve. The abundant wildlife here, including the water-adapted Tsaro lion pride, attracts, many filmmakers, including National Geographic and the owners themselves (Dereck and Beverly Joubert are award-winning filmmakers). The camp’s five tents and two-bedroom suite, are camera ready as well, with their Persian rugs and copper-lined claw-foot tubs, evoke glamorous 1920’s safaris; all have sprawling private verandas, plunge pools, and rough-hewn doors imported from Zanzibar. We especially love the light footprint of Duba Plains Camp, which has an environmentally friendly air conditioning system that uses cool air from underground.