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"Tubu Tree is located on the gorgeous Hunda Island in the Okavango where you'll find a variety of habitats and therefore excellent wildlife viewing opportunities abound. Tubu Tree is known to be one of the camps in Botswana where your chances of spotting a leopard are one of the best, due to the high population density of this magnificent creature."
Huddled in the 60,000 hectare Jao Reserve, Tubu Tree Camp is a small and intimate stay offering the best of both land and water safaris in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.
Comprising five very comfortable tents built on raised wooden platforms, each with a private front deck offering picturesque vistas of the floodplains, Tubu Tree Camp sleeps up to a maximum of 10 guests at a time. Each tent has an en suite bathroom as well as a private outdoor shower and there's also one family tent and one honeymoon tent.
The main dining and lounge areas are large, elegantly decorated tents also on raised platforms and built amongst the trees with views over the Okavango Delta floodplains.
The social areas lead out onto a wooden viewing deck while the outdoor pub incorporates the branches of a large marula tree into its design. Further along a wooden walkway is the camp's swimming pool, complete with sun loungers and views of the floodplains.
The diverse habitats surrounding the camp ensure varied and interesting game viewing. Wildlife seen here includes zebra, red lechwe, giraffe, tsessebe, wildebeest, kudu and bushbuck, with the camp being a particularly good base from which to view leopards.