Wilderness Safaris’ DumaTau Camp, situated in the 125 000-hectare Linyanti Wildlife Reserve on the border of Chobe in northern Botswana, has received an extensive refurbishment, including upgraded rooms and a new deck in the main area.
The new-look tents comprise a sliding gauze door on the rear of the tents to improve airflow through the rooms. Bathrooms have been modified to include a sliding fabric wall that can be closed to ensure privacy. In addition, new decking has been added to the dining, bar and lounge area with the bar position to maximise the views of the Osprey Lagoon and Linyanti floodplains. The central grill has been removed to create additional space for family dining. A second pool will be added to the western side of the camp by August 2018 to ensure that each side of the camp offers its own pool area.
“The spectacular transformation of the main area and upgraded rooms has not only given DumaTau a stylish new look and feel, but one that still embraces its exceptional wilderness surroundings,” said Kim Nixon, Wilderness Safaris Botswana MD. “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.”