Duba Plains Suite, Okavango Delta, Botswana

The Duba Plains Suite, an exquisite two-bedroom tented suite located on the 33,000-hectare private Duba Plains Reserve, ensures your private Botswana safari. This Great Plains Conservation Réserve-Collection safari camp is tucked into the pristine Okavango Delta wildlife habitat with views across floodplains filled with iconic African wildlife species. There is simply no other private Botswana safari experience like this in the Okavango Delta.

The perfect partner to the 2-bedroomed Zarafa Dhow Suite or Selinda Suite, the Duba Plains Suite is raised on recycled railway sleeper decking and offers guests fabulous views and a steady stream of wildlife parading past. This 2-bedroomed Suite has a wrap-around private verandah complete with a private plunge pool and shaded outdoor sala. The heart of the Suite is an indoor lounge and dining area. Each sleeping area offers guests beautifully appointed en-suite facilities, including indoor and outdoor showers and a luxurious bath.

Guests of the Duba Plains Suite automatically enjoy the services of a private vehicle, guide, private host and chef. The entire space has a luxurious yet distinctly African feel and has no equal environmental credentials and thoughtful appointments. The Duba Plains Suite is a proud Relais & Châteaux member property along with Duba Plains Camp and our Selinda Reserve camp – Selinda Camp, Selinda Suite, Zarafa Camp and Zarafa Dhow Suite in Botswana.

The Duba Plains concession prides itself on offering extraordinary luxury safari wildlife experiences for Botswana. Many consider this region Botswana’s Okavango Delta’s Maasai Mara because of the sheer volume of wildlife. Great Plains Conservation owners, National Geographic filmmakers and conservationists Dereck and Beverly Joubert chose this area as their home base. Great Plains Conservation is the only concession operator, offering guests the ultimate opportunity for private wildlife sightings.

In 2015, a rhino was poached every 6.3 hours in South Africa. Great Plains Conservation rallied various travel industry stakeholders to join forces to form the Rhinos Without Borders project in response to this crisis. Rhinos Without Borders aims to translocate threatened rhinos from poaching hot zones in South Africa to safe havens in Botswana. Since then, and with funds from various donors, many rhinos have been moved to safety.


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