Tubu Tree Camp is located on the western edge of Hundu Island in the Okavango Delta. Its location on Hundu Island and allows access to both wet and dry habitats ensuring that guests experience the full splendour of the Okavango Delta’s wildlife.
Classically designed, the eight tents are set on platforms overlooking the floodplain and linked by an elevated walkway through the tree canopy. With stunning views from their private decks, tents have ensuite bathrooms and outdoor showers. Tubu Tree Camp has a family unit with two adjoining tents each with a bathroom and sharing a lounge.
Tubu Tree Camp’s main building is shaded by a marula tree and comprises a dining and lounge area with an outdoor bar looking out over the floodplains a vista shared by the swimming pool deck.
There are two hides in the concession, with one located about 20 minutes from camp able to be transformed into a Star Bed for sleep-outs for up to four people at a time.
Hundu Island provides Tubu Tree Camp with excellent access to some of the diverse habitats of the Okavango Delta. Both day and night game drives are offered and during the winter months motorboats and mokoros explore the delta’s waterways. Fishing excursions are offered during the fishing season. The area is known for its excellent leopard sightings.
Tubu Tree Camp utilises 4 x 4 Land Rovers each accommodating a maximum of seven guests allowing each guest a seat with an uninterrupted view out of the vehicle. Complementing the morning and afternoon game drives night drives allow guests to see nocturnal animals not normally seen during the day such as aardwolf, porcupine, serval and large spotted genet. These night drives are conducted with spotlights.
The Tubu area of the concession provides bird enthusiasts, with large concentrations of wattled crane, slaty egret, rosy-throated longclaw and African skimmer. Hunda Island provides a contrasting environment with crimson-breasted shrike and Meyer’s parrot topping off the bird list at Tubu Tree Camp.