DumaTau Camp - Botswana - Wilderness Safaris

DumaTau Camp is a ten-roomed (eight twin and two family) luxury tented camp located in the private 125 000-hectare Linyanti Wildlife Reserve that borders the western boundary of Chobe National Park in northern Botswana.
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DumaTau, meaning ‘roar of the lion,’ is a ten-roomed luxury tented camp located in the private Linyanti Wildlife Reserve that borders the western boundary of Chobe National Park. It is situated close to the source of the Savute Channel on Osprey Lagoon, one of the many lagoons within the Linyanti Swamp system, and between two elephant ‘corridors’ – all of which results in a plethora of wildlife on game drives along the Savute. Picture © Justin Fox

DumaTau, meaning ‘roar of the lion,’ is a ten-roomed luxury tented camp located in the private Linyanti Wildlife Reserve that borders the western boundary of Chobe National Park. It is situated close to the source of the Savute Channel on Osprey Lagoon, one of the many lagoons within the Linyanti Swamp system, and between two elephant ‘corridors’ – all of which results in a plethora of wildlife on game drives along the Savute. Picture © Justin Fox

Travel writer Justin Fox has just returned from a glorious green season Botswana safari. We're just so happy he had his camera with him!

Travel writer Justin Fox has just returned from a glorious green season Botswana safari. We're just so happy he had his camera with him!

Gloriosa superba, African flame lily at DumaTau Camp, Linyanti - Botswana

Gloriosa superba, African flame lily at DumaTau Camp, Linyanti - Botswana

Relaxed giraffe in the Linyanti #Botswana #safari #greenseason

Relaxed giraffe in the Linyanti #Botswana #safari #greenseason

Verreaux's eagle-owl #Botswana #Linyanti

Verreaux's eagle-owl #Botswana #Linyanti

How do we love DumaTau? Roxanne Reid counts the ways... "To the west of Botswana’s Chobe National Park lies the Linyanti, where there’s a geological fault line. It makes the Kwando River that flows south from Namibia change direction as it becomes the Linyanti River, turning 90 degrees to flow north again towards the Chobe. Among this enchanting mix of waterways, marshes, riverine forest and dry woodland is DumaTau Camp."

How do we love DumaTau? Roxanne Reid counts the ways... "To the west of Botswana’s Chobe National Park lies the Linyanti, where there’s a geological fault line. It makes the Kwando River that flows south from Namibia change direction as it becomes the Linyanti River, turning 90 degrees to flow north again towards the Chobe. Among this enchanting mix of waterways, marshes, riverine forest and dry woodland is DumaTau Camp."

The Linyanti area of Botswana is a remote area of floodplains and woodland, a place to see elephants, big cats and wild dog. Find out what else makes it special.

The Linyanti area of Botswana is a remote area of floodplains and woodland, a place to see elephants, big cats and wild dog. Find out what else makes it special.

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