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.
DumaTau Camp - the area is a hub for wild dog as there are three large resident packs in the area. Guests are often treated to outstanding sightings, especially after the impala calving season, as the dogs take advantage of the abundant food source.
DumaTau's new hide/sleep-out area at Zibalianja Lagoon is open! It is unquestionably the ideal spot from which to view and photograph the abundant wildlife or simply spend time taking in the serenity of this exquisite Linyanti setting.
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."
This setup was created for guests Marc and Alex who were celebrating their anniversary on this safari. We produced a surprise Champagne stop for them down at Fisherman’s Island. While enjoying a glass of bubbly some eles decided to come by for a closer inspection. Needless to say, our guests scrambled for the safety of the vehicle, enjoying their sparkles in the company of these gentle giants...