Tubu Tree Camp, in the Jao Concession, is a traditional style tented safari camp built on raised wooden platforms to take best advantage of the beautiful view over the floodplains. The camp features eight large, comfortable tents, each with a small, private deck in front, en suite bathroom and private outdoor shower. The main dining and lounge areas are also large tents on raised platforms, with an outdoor area built under the canopy of a large Marula tree.
Activities at Tubu Tree Camp include day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles. When the Okavango's annual flood is at its highest (normally May to late September), boating, fishing and mokoro trips are also offered. A variety of habitats ensures diverse and interesting game viewing. Wildlife seen here includes elephant, lion, zebra, red lechwe, giraffe, tsessebe, wildebeest as well as kudu, impala, leopard and bushbuck.
"At Tubu Tree, in addition to the leopards, we saw many birds, Cape buffalo, elephants, zebra, etc. We liked that this camp environment was different from Duma Tau. The boat trip and mokoro experience were a great chance to learn about the very unusual environment of the Okavango Delta. We saw hippos, elephants, and so many beautiful birds. "