Little Tubu is one of the newest camps in the Jao Concession (NG25), opened in mid-2013. Situated on Hunda Island, deep in the heart of a 600km2 private wilderness area, this is a fantastic camp for experiencing iconic Okavango Delta landscape and scenery; wide, open flood plains dotted with small tree islands separated by deeper, permanent channels.
Our view of Little Tubu
We were very impressed on our first visit to Little Tubu back in October 2013. The camp’s elevated vantage point means views across the floodplain are excellent and the whole camp has an open and breezy feel to it, with plenty of light colours, mesh-windows and places to chill-out giving it a very relaxed ambience. The game viewing in this area isn’t always as concentrated as it is in other, dryer areas of the Okavango, particularly when it comes to large predators, but there is still something here for everyone; birding is excellent, particularly in the rainy season (November – March), the leopard population is doing very well and lion are slowly infiltrating this wetter region, general big game is prolific and the landscape is some of the most iconic and picturesque in the Delta.
Little Tubu: Traveller ratings
Little Tubu is located in the Okavango Delta