- Intimate camp "floating" in the tree canopy
- Range of activities thanks to diverse habitats, from dry land to water
- Leopards are found in good numbers, and plains game concentrations are excellent in winter

Little Tubu is situated on Hunda Island, next to its sister camp, Tubu Tree, connected to it by boardwalks. Hunda Island, the largest dry land environment in this area, hosts a mix of diverse habitats, ensuring a varied game viewing experience.  Activities include day and night game drives through productive mopane and acacia woodlands. During winter (May to late September), boating, seasonal fishing and mokoro trips are also offered.

Wildlife: sightings around Little Tubu includes elephants, lions, Burchell's zebra, red lechwe, southern giraffe, tsessebe, and blue wildebeest on the floodplains. Kudu, impala, bushbuck, and leopard are usually seen in the forested areas. The variety of birdlife is impressive, with dry-land species seen on the larger islands, and a multitude of wetland birds seen on the floodplains and waterways.

Accommodation: Little Tubu offers an exceptional, intimate bush experience with just three traditional-style tents – ideal for families or small groups. This classic Okavango setting and experience seemingly floats in the riverine tree canopy, and looks out over a seasonal riverbed which ebbs and flows with the passage of a variety of wildlife. Elevated walkways link the tents to the main dining, bar, and pool areas, integrated beautifully with the environment and taking full advantage of the alluring views over the floodplains. The camp is connected to nearby Tubu Tree, its larger sister camp, by elevated boardwalks. Spend a memorable night in the camp’s hide, converted at night to a star bed, blanketed by the African heavens.

Purpose: Little Tubu is a member of the Tubu Joint Management Committee, and is dedicated to the success of sustainable conservation and community projects, currently facilitating the creation of a community-based cultural village and tourism venture.



Little Tubu is best accessed through Maun Airport.


Experiences - activities

Game Drives
Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the spectacular wildlife that can be seen in the area. These are offered in open 4x4 vehicles each accommodating a maximum of seven people allowing each guest a "window" seat.

Night Drives
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.

Mokoro Excursi...

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