DumaTau Camp, Linyanti, Botswana

DumaTau Camp is a Classic Camp

Things to do at DumaTau Camp

With incredible habitat diversity, Linyanti is a haven for wildlife, on land and water. Game viewing and river excursions top the agenda here.


Game Drives

Morning and afternoon game drives are offered in open 4x4 Land Rovers each accommodating a maximum of seven people, allowing each guest an ‘outside’ seat. Bean bags are available to use for steadying your camera while on game drive.


Night Drives

Night drives with spotlights allow you to find those nocturnal animals you wouldn’t see during the day.


Nature Walks

On request, nature walks with skilled, armed guides are wonderful ways of getting close to nature and observing the smaller things you miss when travelling by vehicle.


Hides and Platforms

There are a number of platforms and hides from which to view and photograph animals and birds. One of the best hides is right at the source of the Savute Channel, from which many species of game and birdlife can be seen.


Seasonal Motorboat and River Barge

Water levels permitting, explore the Linyanti River by boat or barge, the latter perfect for picnics or sundowners.


Fishing

Seasonal fishing is permitted on a catch-and-release basis. The camp has a small stock of basic rods and reels.


Birding

Birding is outstanding here, from Okavango specials to mopane woodland species. The Savute Channel is famous for its high concentration of eagles and raptors; this area is internationally recognised as an IBA (Important Bird Area).

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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