Tubu Tree Camp
From its location on the western side of remote Hunda Island, Tubu Tree has easy access to a diverse range of habitats. Day and night game drives explore productive mopane and acacia woodlands, with Tubu Tree being well known for its leopard sightings. Wildlife movements vary with seasonal water levels, meaning that no two Tubu experiences are ever the same – but all are equally wonderful.
Eight guest tents (including one designed for families) offer breathtaking floodplain views from their elevated positions. In addition to the drama and excitement of game drives, seasonally-available water activities facilitate a different pace and perspective.
INSIDER'S TIP: Enjoy a drink at Tubu’s famous open-air bar under the shade of a marula tree.
- Private Vehicle Available
A total of eight twin bedded tents (including one family unit). Traditionally styled tents on elevated wooden platforms, each tent with en-suite bathroom facilities, and an outdoor shower, as well as a private viewing deck over looking the surrounding floodplains. Elevated walkways link the tents to the main dining, bar and pool areas that are…
Tubu Tree Camp has a family unit consisting of two adjoining tents with separate bathrooms and a shared lounge.
Number of Rooms:
- Electrical Outlets
- Internet Access (Complimentary)
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Mosquito Nets
- Outside Shower
- Tea / Coffee
Morning and afternoon game drives on Hunda Island reveal the spectacular wildlife here where leopard and other big game often feature. Our open 4×4 Land Rovers each accommodate a maximum of seven people allowing each guest a ‘window’ seat.
Night drives with spotlights allow you to find those nocturnal animals you wouldn’t see during normal daytime drives. Porcupine, aardwolf, serval, large spotted genet and lesser bushbaby are just some of these.
There is no better way of enjoying the crystal-clear waters of the Delta and its wildlife than by traditional mokoro (dugout canoe), which reveal the smaller fascinating critters and striking waterbirds of the region.
Water-level dependent, excursions in our boat allow for good game viewing in the channels further away from camp, often yielding fabulous sightings of hippo and crocodile and maybe even the elusive sitatunga.
There are two hides in the area, one of which is located about 20 minutes from camp. This hide can be transformed into a Star Bed for sleep-outs for a maximum of four people at a time. The hide is equipped with a long-drop loo.
Fishing with a limited supply of basic equipment is on offer seasonally on a catch-and-release basis.
The Tubu area is a must for bird enthusiasts, with large concentrations of wattled crane, as well as slaty egret, rosy-throated longclaw and African skimmer. In contrast, the dryer Hunda Island sports crimson-breasted shrike and Meyer’s parrot.