DumaTau means 'roar of the lion', yet it is most widely known for its high concentrations of elephant and wildlife in general. Located near the source of the Savute Channel in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, in the vast Linyati Concession to the north, waterways in DumaTau Camp lure a plethora of wildlife - particularly in the dry winter months. DumaTau Camp is located in the 125,000 hectare Linyati Wildlife Reserve in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Bordering the western boundary of the Chobe National Park in northern Botswana, DumaTau Camp is positioned near the source of the Savute Channel in the Linyati Swamp System. The area is well known for its game drives along the Savute Channel.
DumaTau Camp is a ten-roomed luxury tented camp overlooking one of the many hippo-filled lagoons in the region and shaded by a grove of mangosteen trees. DumaTau Camp's thatched tents are spacious with canvas walls, en-suite bathrooms and outside showers. You can enjoy the night sounds of Africa and can shower under the stars!
DumaTau Camp features a dining room, pub, a lounge and a special guest bathroom with panoramic views of the Okavango Delta.
Wildlife viewing is the primary activity at DumaTau Camp, with both day and night game drives, exploration on foot and on the water (levels permitting). Short nature walks can be taken along the Linyanti River and Savute Channel. The boat trips along the river are likely to spot hippo and waterfowl. A number of platforms and hides built around DumaTau Camp provide excellent viewing and photographic opportunities for animals and birds. One of the best hides is right at the source of the Savute and many species of game and birdlife can usually be seen from this hide.