Why stay here?
Place: Little Tubu is situated on Hunda Island, next to its sister camp, Tubu Tree, connected to it by boardwalks. Hunda Island, the largest dry land environment in this area, hosts a mix of diverse habitats, ensuring a varied game viewing experience. Activities include day and night game drives through productive mopane and acacia woodlands. During winter (May to late September), boating, seasonal fishing and mokoro trips are also offered.
Accommodation: Little Tubu has just three traditional-style tents; these and the main area are shaded by a riverine tree canopy and look out over a seasonal riverbed, which ebbs and flows with the passage of a variety of wildlife. Close by is a Star Bed for sleep-outs under the African sky.
Purpose: Little Tubu is part of the Tubu Joint Management Committee, currently facilitating the creation of a community-based cultural village and tourism venture.
Unique Selling Points
- Intimate camp floating in the tree canopy
- Range of activities thanks to diverse habitats, from dry land to water
- Leopards are found in good numbers, and plains game concentrations are excellent in winter