A stunning Botswana safari lodge

Completely rebuilt, the camp stands at the heart of 77,000 acres of Okavango Delta wilderness

The Duba Expedition Camp in Botswana, part of the rebuilt Duba Plains Camp
The Duba Expedition Camp in Botswana, part of the rebuilt Duba Plains Camp | Image: Dook Photo

Great Plains Conservation (greatplainsconservation.com) is one of Botswana’s best‑in-show operators, consistent standard-bearer for the country’s hugely successful high-emotion/low-impact tourism model. So it’s welcome news to hear that one of its premier lodges is back in the game after a closure and redo.

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Duba Plains Camp (from £1,325), which sits on the Okavango Delta concession of the same name, has been completely rebuilt, and is now permanently joined by the formerly seasonal Duba Expedition Camp. Just 24 lucky guests will have all 77,000 acres of community-owned land – which, contained on all sides by water, has robust wildlife populations, including several lion prides – to themselves.

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