Duba Plains is one of the Okavango Delta’s most remote camps and is located in the furthermost reaches in a very private reserve of 30,000 hectares, north of the Moremi Wildlife Reserve. The camp is built on an island shaded by large ebony, fig and mangosteen trees and surrounded by expansive plains which are seasonally flooded – usually from about May to early October each year, depending on the rains. Since Duba has access to large islands, floodplains and marshes, the camp offers a diversity of experiences. Duba’s real treat is its exclusivity and it is particularly suited to those who want to be in a truly remote reserve. The camp’s dining room and pub are raised on decking under large riverine trees. There is a small swimming pool too. The camp is operated by Wilderness Safaris.