DUBA EXPEDITION CAMP
TAKING US BACK TO AUTHENTIC SAFARI STYLE
OF 1920’S HIGH-END EXPEDITIONS
National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence and co-founders of Great Plains Conservation, Dereck and Beverly Joubert have an appreciation of authentic expeditions; a romantic under canvas life, which they have lived for over 30 years in Botswana.
New Duba Expedition Camp will borrow some of the themes and style established with Selinda Explorers Camp in Botswana and Mara Toto Camp in Kenya, yet be distinctly different. It will be made up of six tents under canvas, each with en-suite facilities and generous sleeping areas. It will be an upgraded camp experience to the existing Duba Plains Camp. The new site is set on the banks of the floodplain and river 1,5 kilometer away from the present camp, with easy access to water-based activities and to the main island where most game viewing takes place.
Expect to open 2015
New Duba Plains Camp will then start to take shape on the same site as the old camp location, after the existing site is dismantled and rehabilitated, that will see each tent as a bespoken and unique design – taking green design to its limits.
Expect to open 2016