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Situated on the remote Hunda Island of Botswana, Tubu Tree Camp features eight beautifully appointed tents – each with a private deck that boasts striking views of the sprawling floodplains. Each tent is elevated and connected by wooden walkways and features en-suite bathroom facilities, and an indoor and outdoor shower.

With its vast floodplain surroundings, Tubu Tree Camp offers both exceptional land game viewing and water-based activities and game viewing. Guests frequently spot leopard, elephant, lion, Burchell’s zebra, red lechwe, southern giraffe, tsessebe, and blue wildebeest, as well as a vast array of bird species.

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Guests can enjoy a variety of activities, including:

  • Morning, afternoon, and night game drives
  • Mokoro excursions – A mokoro is a large canoe traditionally carved from the trunk of a large sausage tree (kigelia africana). The mokoro is the traditional means of transport in the Okavango Delta of Botswana. These excursions allow visitors to witness a variety of wildlife, including hippo, crocodile, elephant, an array of bird species, and much more.
  • Boating
  • Hide and Star Bed – Truly a unique experience! A visit to the Tubu Tree hide, located 20 minutes from camp, offers guests the opportunity to get up close to some of Africa’s most fascinating animals. The hide can also be turned into a Star Bed, which will accommodate sleep outs for up to four people at a time.
  • Fishing
  • Birding

Rates are on a fully inclusive basis. Accommodation, all meals, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, all local drinks, and laundry are included in the rate. Scheduled charter flights are not included and can be arranged by Hills of Africa Travel. Champagne and premium imported brands are an additional charge.

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