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My wife and I stayed at Duma Tau for 2 nights (on an 8 night trip - we stayed at Mombo and Vumbura Plains for 3 nights each) in June 2016.
Overall the camp was as expected, in a fantastic location, clean, very nice standard...More
I spent three nights at DumaTau camp in early October and had close up viewings of three different Leopards; five 11-month old Lion cubs, six Lioness at three kills, plenty of Elephants, Hippo and Buffalo and 70+ species of Birds.
My guide Godfrey was very...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris DumaTau CampResponded 17 October 2017
Thank you for your wonderful review and kind words for Godfrey and all the great staff in camp. We are glad to hear how many amazing sightings you had during your time with us and hope you have some great photos to go...More
With permanent water on front of the camp, Duma Tau is one of the most stunning camps for elephants and sunsets, from the bar and pontoon.
The outstanding warm hospitality was matched by the guiding and wonderful wildlife.
Our room had a view to water...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Wilderness Safaris DumaTau CampResponded 29 September 2017
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences at DumaTau! We couldn't agree more that this is one of the best spots in Botswana for elephant interaction and spectacular skies. When the camp was designed, we made allowances for existing elephant "highways" which...More
We stayed at Dumatau for three nights. This was my first visit although my husband has visited before.
The rooms were relatively new and very modern. They all faced onto the water and were west facing. This meant they were pretty warm in the afternoon....More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris DumaTau CampResponded 8 September 2017
Thank you Vegemitelover,
DumaTau is located close to the source of the Savute Channel, with access to the Linyanti Swamps, floodplains and mopane woodlands, thus offering an excellent combination of habitats. Well known for its elephant concentrations as they congregate along the waterways and lagoons...More
Duma Tau Camp is a gorgeous camp nestled on the Linyanti River. Elephants everywhere. We were fortunate to have many very special moments with the animals.
A mother leopard and tiny playful cub, huge herds of elephants with many tiny ones crossing the river in...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris DumaTau CampResponded 11 September 2017
Thank you for your amazing review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us and glad to see how many amazing sightings you enjoyed with your fabulous guide. We hope you will visit us again soon.
Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
We look forward to welcoming you into our camp in June. As your visit is in the middle of winter here in the Southern Hemisphere, temperatures do vary from low to high. Our best suggestion is to pack... More
We look forward to welcoming you into our camp in June. As your visit is in the middle of winter here in the Southern Hemisphere, temperatures do vary from low to high. Our best suggestion is to pack with several layers, mornings can range from cool to cold warming up through the day followed by chilly evenings. Spare blankets, ponchos and hot water bottles are provided for the morning and night game drives. Average temperature for this time of year average around 0 to 20 degrees Celsius (20 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit).
This time of year can get cold but it is also the best time to see wild dog as this is their denning season (June and August), additionally this is a good time to possibly view the rare roan and sable antelope.
Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with
Dear traveler, firstly you will love Chitabe and Duma Tau. The morning game drives do leave early in the morning. Please keep in mind October is getting pretty warm, so the early mornings and late evening are the best time... More
Dear traveler, firstly you will love Chitabe and Duma Tau. The morning game drives do leave early in the morning. Please keep in mind October is getting pretty warm, so the early mornings and late evening are the best time for the wildlife. Most morning drives are about three to four hours and the evening drives are normally about three hours. However if you ask the camp will organize a letter departure for you in the mornings or evenings. Have fun and travel safe. Best regards Keith.