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Testimonials

We enjoyed the tour very much, especially the gorilla trekking. Geoffrey, our driver and guide, was the best! We like him so much - he did everything for us ...

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- L&I Siringhaus, Germany, July 2012

I just returned from an independent photographic journey to Kenya crafted by JDA and myself. First of all, my travel consultant,Patrick, attentively listened to...

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- R Ruhl, United States, August 2013

Our guide, Davis, was excellent. His knowledge about finding the tree-climbing lions, leopards and hyenas of Ishasha meant we saw them all, whereas we are aware...

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- J Wilson & R Dunham, United Kingdom, June 2013


Reviews about Journeys Discovering Africa

Duba Expedition Camp

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Safari Highlights

Duba Expedition Camp, located in the northern part of the Okavango Delta, consists of a single exclusive camp with just six expedition-style tents.

Duba Expedition CampConservation Ethos

Located on a wooded island, Duba is the only accommodation on a private 77,000 acre concession in the Kwedi Reserve. The reserve is a private partnership between Great Plains Conservation and the  Okavango Community Trust, that represents five villages in the Delta. Each tent is made of light airy canvas and is placed on slightly raised decking, with views of the surrounding floodplain. Each tent features a small desk and private verandah with en-suite facilities consisting of flush loo, double basins and indoor shower. The main area is under a sweeping canvas canop, on raised decking, and consists of an open-concept dining and lounge area which opens to the outdoors on all sides. In the evenings, the fire pit is always a popular spot to recount the day’s adventures.

Duba Expedition CampNature Red in Tooth and Claw

Being in a prime area of the Okavango Delta, the main focus while staying at Duba is the game. The guides here are carefully selected and trained, as they are the individuals who will make your stay most memorable. The daily drama of Africa plays out close to the camp, and the guides make all the difference in making these encounters special, whether you are in a car, a boat or on foot.