Duba Plains is perhaps the Okavango Delta's most remote camp. Located on a 74,130 acre (30,000 hectare) private concession area known as Kwedi, the camp is just north of Moremi Reserve. Built on an island, surrounded by expansive seasonally flooded plains, this pristine area is home to lion, lechwe, elephant, aardwolf, bat-eared fox, side-striped jackal and huge herds of buffalo, as well as a large variety of Okavango Delta bird life. Wattled cranes and Slaty Egrets are some of the Okavango specials found in the area. Duba Plains is home to several large lion prides who are frequent and successful hunters of the Cape buffalo. The battle between the two makes this camp a favorite among safariers wanting to see lions stalk their prey.
Duba Plains has six tents with en suite bathrooms. A lounge, raised on decking, and a small plunge pool overlooks expansive plains. Activities include day and night game drives in open vehicles and guided walks.