DumaTau Camp, situated in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, Botswana, has recently opened following an extensive refurbishment and upgrade.
The refurbishment includes newly upgraded rooms and a brand new deck in the main area. The new decking in the dining, lounge and bar area means that guests can now enjoy extensive views of both the Linyanti floodplains and the Osprey Lagoon while enjoying afternoon sundowners.
A second pool is also expected for the camp in August this year. The new tents have increased airflow thanks to new sliding doors which contain gauze netting, instead of glass. The bathrooms have been upgraded with sliding fabric walls to afford guests more privacy.
DumaTau camp initiated a reforestation program that has resulted in 1 000 different species of trees being planted in the surrounding area.
“In time, our guests will be able to help plant trees from the nursery to make a meaningful contribution to the ongoing habitat restoration of this pristine area. In addition to experiencing a life-changing journey to the Linyanti, they will leave DumaTau knowing they have made a positive impact to the conservation of this extraordinary wilderness area.” - Kim Nixon, Managing Director of Wilderness Safaris Botswana
Kim also had the following to say about the unique location of the camp, “The camp is situated in one of the best wildlife areas in this massive private reserve, offering the perfect base from which to explore the Linyanti and experience its diverse array of wildlife on a range of land- and water-based activities.”