Tubu Tree Camp is located in the Jao Reserve, to the west of Moremi in the Okavango Delta. It's remote location on Hunda Island it offers varied and spectacular game viewing.
It is a traditional style tented safari camp built on raised wooden platforms, with expansive views over the floodplains. There are 8 large tents, each with its own small private deck. All have ensuite bathrooms as well as a private outdoor shower. The main dining and lounge areas are large tents set on raised platforms and there is an outdoor bar under the shade of a large marula tree. The camp also has a plunge pool and deck with sun loungers.
Activities include day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles and mokoro excursions. Guided game and bird walks are also offered. Wildlife seen here is varied and includes elephant, lion, zebra, giraffe and wildebeest.
Photographs courtesy of Wilderness Safaris.
"Tubu Tree and Little Tubu are 2 camps connected by walkways. I stayed at Little Tubu, but also popped in to see Tubu Tree. I like both the camps and they both have a very similar atmosphere. They're friendly, with lovely airy tented rooms with everything you need and shaded by the trees surrounding the camp. The verandahs all look out onto a gorgeous open plain backed with trees. The camps are known for being a good place to see leopards, and sure enough we saw a leopard and cub at a kill within an hour of being on our game drive. You won't often see lions, wild dogs or cheetahs here, which is why leopards do so well. We got also got decent sightings of other wildlife such as eles, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, hippos, springbok... I'd happily come again, and would also recommend Little Tubu as a good spot for a whole family to take over as a private camp. "