Having been around since at least 2000, DumaTau Camp was re-built at the beginning of 2012, not far from the original camp. It still stands beside the Linyanti River, overlooking a lagoon and expansive swamps, within northern Botswana’s private Linyanti Reserve. The new camp retains the tented feel of its predecessor, with ten rooms and a central main area – all elevated on wooden decks and walkways. In addition, it includes two family units, each with two en-suite bedrooms.
Our view of DumaTau
We recommend DumaTau for great game viewing between about June and October. It's a lovely camp and there’s a good population of predators here, plus plenty of elephants, buffalo and other game. If you visit towards the end of this peak season or outside of it, as we did in November 2012, then expect a stunning environment, but you'll have to work harder for good game sightings as the density of animals is lower.
DumaTau: Traveller ratings
DumaTau Camp is situated in northern Botswana's Linyanti Reserve...