A legendary word in the safari lore – Duba – an iconic outpost in the Delta’s northern reaches. Dominated largely by seasonally flooded plains, Duba hosts huge herds of buffalo and the predators in their midst, lions. While its history was built on this predator-prey relationship, its more recent reputation is for a steady stream of solid wildlife viewing of a wide range of species as well as its ultimate privacy.
This adored concession is home to just one safari camp of 6 tents. This means there’s not a chance of sharing a sighting, and the privacy is palpable. Safaris are taken seriously here, with specially-outfitted vehicles designed to plough the seasonal waters easily, and very regularly are an all-day undertaking with lunch delivered to a nearby palm island. You won’t regret a visit here; in fact, it may be the highlight of your entire trip!make an Enquiry