DumaTau Camp, Linyanti, Botswana

DumaTau Camp is a Classic Camp

4Cs Projects at DumaTau Camp

DumaTau’s energy-efficient systems – solar power, above-ground sewage and methane bio-digesters – ensure that your carbon footprint is as low as possible. All in all, DumaTau saves 47.8 tonnes of CO² a year.


The Elephant Challenge

Perhaps the most topical issue for Botswana is its very large elephant population and the possible impact on vegetation and other animal species. As a result we have facilitated and partially funded two MSc studies researching this challenge.

Conservation Projects

DumaTau works closely with local government bodies to ensure the conservation of wildlife in the area. It carries out dedicated conservation and research focused on species on the IUCN Red List such as the African wild dog, elephant, lion and roan antelope.

Long Run Alliance

DumaTau is a Long Run Alliance member, meaning the camp is dedicated to sustainability through the 4Cs (conservation, community, culture and commerce) and a leader in sustainable tourism, biodiversity conservation, community development and cultural stewardship.

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Latest News From DumaTau Camp

  • DumaTau Camp - December 2013
    Dec 31, 2013

    The rains transform the landscape and great wildlife sightings all month including wild dog, leopard and lion!

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  • DumaTau Camp - November 2013
    Nov 28, 2013

    New-born impala and warthog babies… and a plethora of predators!

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  • DumaTau Camp - September 2013
    Oct 30, 2013

    We also had a very rare sighting of the resident bushpig feeding on an elephant carcass. The cause of death was unknown; nevertheless it attracted a variety of species. Bushpig are renowned for feeding omnivorously, but to actually...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ The game drives were great-leopard sighting with kill, large lion pride with cubs,endangered wild dogs. A sunset water safari was nice to break up some of the game drives. ”
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Reviewed by: beanie2664, 2012.06.26