Duke’s Camp is located in the northern Okavango Delta and was designed by Jack Bousfield (creator of Jack’s Camp and San Camp). The camp is named in honor of Sarefo ‘Duke’ Sarefo, the custodian of this piece of wilderness. Duke was born 80 years ago on the very island that the camp now occupies, and his ancestral roots run deep into these sandy soils.
Pitched on raised wooden decks beneath a canopy of ebony and leadwood trees, the luxurious tents feature plush fabrics, Persian rugs, hand-carved four-poster beds, mahogany furniture with unique African memorabilia – it is a seamless blend that travelers are sure to enjoy.
Each tent offers a spacious en-suite bathroom and a private viewing deck. Leather campaign chairs offer comfortable seats for arm-chair game viewing. Herds of elephant and red lechwe are common here, and moments spent in quiet observation rarely go unrewarded.
Activities include morning and night game drives and seasonal mokoros and boating. Optional helicopter flights can be arranged (additional cost).