Little Tubu Pool ©Dana Allen

Hoogtepunten Little Tubu

  • Sfeer en intiemitiet staan voorop in dit kleine zusje van Tubu Tree Camp.
  • De paden van de lodge liggen verhoogd, wat een bijzonder effect geeft
  • Op Hunda Island vindt men impala, lechwe, giraffe, zebra en nog veel meer.
  • Mokoro – de traditionele uitgeholde boomstamkano – is ideaal om in alle rust en stilte over het kristalheldere water te zweven
  • Vanuit de uitkijkhut is vaak een parade van wildlife waar te nemen

Little Tubu

Jao Concession • Botswana

Little Tubu is located near its sister camp, Tubu Tree, on the isolated Hunda Island. Nestled amongst a broad swathe of trees overlooking a seasonal floodplain, Little Tubu offers an exceptional and intimate bush experience for a maximum of six guests. Elevated walkways link the tents to the main dining and pool areas that are designed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding environment and maximise the spectacular views. A convivial bar area is built into a waterberry tree.


  • Land
  • Botswana
  • Concessie
  • Jao Concession
  • Capaciteit
  • 5 tented suites
  • Geopend
  • gehele jaar

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Activities include day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles with access to productive mopane and acacia woodlands. Boating, seasonal fishing and mokoro trips are available during the flood season (normally May to late September). Little Tubu also offers a seasonal hide for sleep-outs or game-viewing.

Jao Concession

Close to the Panhandle in the Delta's north-west, the 60 000-hectare Jao Concession's vegetation varies from east to west: from the magical Jao Flats – picturesque floodplains with lush palm islands and riparian forest – to the dryer Hunda Island, covered in acacia and mopane woodland and the largest area of dry land locally during the annual floods. Around the Jao Flats spectacular herds of red lechwe are followed by the primary predators – lion and leopard. Other game includes wildebeest, tsessebe, giraffe, elephant, hippo and crocodile. Sitatunga are seen occasionally, and sightings of spotted-necked otter are regular. The drier habitats in the west harbour similar species with greater concentrations of zebra and wildebeest. Birding is exceptional with large concentrations of endangered Wattled Crane, Slaty Egret, Rosy-throated Longclaw, Pel's Fishing-Owl, and Lesser Jacana on the eastern side; the western drier areas are ideal for Crimson-breasted Shrike, Dickinson's Kestrel and Meyer's Parrots.

  • Tubutree sunset ©Dana Allen
  • Tubu Tree map ©Wilderness Safaris
  • Tubutree lioncub ©Dana Allen