In the furthermost, remote reaches of the Okavango Delta lies Duba Plains, an unobtrusive, intimate camp surrounded by expansive seasonally flooded plains. One of the Delta's most remote camps, Duba Plains is situated on a tree-filled island in a private 30 000-hectare concession known as the Kwedi Reserve, an area famed for lion prides and buffalo herds. Accommodation is made up of six roomy tents with an en-suite bathroom, an outside shower, and a veranda overlooking the floodplain. The thatch-roofed lounge, dining room and bar areas are raised on platforms along with a swimming pool, all providing a beautiful view. A variety of activities include day and night game drives, often tracking the buffalo herd around the concession. Mokoro tripsare also possible in times of good floods - usually only between May and September.