Tubu Tree Camp
Tubu Tree, a classic wilderness camp, is situated in the Okavango Delta in the Jao Concession, on Hunda Island which borders the Moremi Game Reserve and offers both land and water activities; depending on the levels of the floodwater.

Camp Description
• Large open and airy tented lounge and dining room, built on raised platforms with landscape view.
• Bar built under a marula tree
• Evening campfire.
• Curio shop.
• Plunge pool.
• Slide projector available.

Electricity & Water
• Camp has 220v generator-powered electricity run in kitchen and main areas when guests are not in camp. When guests return from daily activities, generators usually switched off (for peace in camp).
• 220v battery power (charged by the generator) is used for lighting and fans in each guest tent 24hrs/day.
• 220v plug points in each tent for the charging of video battery only. Hence bring spare battery, adaptor and charging unit.
• No facilities for hairdryers or electric shavers.
• Plug points are available in each tent so that sleep apnoea machines may be used.
• Electric geyser heated water

Children
Children of 6 years and older are accommodated, however, private activities need to be booked and paid for. The minimum age for boating activities is 6 years, while mekoro activities have a minimum age of 13 years.

Game Viewing
The area is a combination of open grasslands, dry forest and shallow floodplains. Therefore game viewing is varied. Giraffe, elephant, lion, warthog, lechwe, hippo, leopard, cheetah, tsessebe, buffalo, serval and aardwolf plus all the plains game.

Excellent leopard sightings.
From:
R7650.00 pps

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Facilities & Services:



    Rooms:

    This camp can accommodate 10 guests with tour leader or a group of 12 guests

    Number of tents:
    Six tented rooms consisting of:
    • 4 x ¾ twin bedded tents
    • 1 king-size bedded tent
    • 1 guide tent (same standard as guest tent)

    Tent details:
    • East African style tents on 2-3m raised decks.
    • All tents have verandas overlooking the floodplains with spectacular views.
    • Fans in all tents.
    • En-suite facilities with an indoor and outdoor shower.
    • Soaps, shampoos and insect repellents are supplied in each tent.
    • Safe in each tent.

    Tubu Tree Camp Activities:

    • Land game drives 3 x 10-seater, open 4 x 4 Land Rovers each accommodating maximum seven guests, allowing all guests an outside seat.
    • The camp has a supply of bean bags for guests to use to steady their camera while on game drive.
    • Night drives with spotlight.
    • 7 x 2-seater mokoro.
    • 1 x 12-seater boat (subject to water levels permitting its use).
    • Fishing - on a catch and release basis year round except January and February when fishing is barred by law for breeding. We offer spinner rods and a small range of lures. Fly fishing equipment to be supplied by guest if required.
    • A raised hide located about 20 minutes from camp (which can be used for sleep-outs – maximum 4 people at a time; equipped with a long-drop loo).

    Suggested Daily Activity Schedule
    05h00/06h00 Wake up call. Light continental breakfast consisting of cereals, tea/coffee/juices and pastries served in the dining area.
    05h30/06h30 Depart on morning activity, returning to camp at approximately 10h00.
    10h00/11h00 Brunch consisting of a selection of breakfast and lunch dishes.
    From now until afternoon tea, guests will be at leisure. Birding, talks and a visit to the hide are informally offered.
    16h00/15h00 Afternoon tea consisting of a selection of sweet and savoury snacks.
    16h30/15h30 Depart on afternoon game viewing activity – drinks and snacks served for sundowners during the course of the activity.
    19h30/19h00 Return to camp (later if good game sightings).
    20h00/19h30 Pre-dinner drinks and snacks are served at the bar.
    20h30/20h00 Three course dinner. Generally speaking the starter and dessert is served whilst the main course is buffet style.
    21h30/21h00 Coffee and liqueurs served at the campfire.