The Linyanti Reserve consists of 125 000 hectares of prime wildlife countryside. The reserve is bordered to the north by the Linyanti River and to the east by the Chobe National Park. Two thirds of the Savuti Channel is situated within this reserve. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for African wildlife. There are excellent grasslands and waterholes along the Savuti Channel and along the Linyanti. It is in this reserve that Duma Tau Camp is situated.
Inland, there are Acacia and Mopane forests, which sustain large numbers of Elephant in the winter months. The Savuti area is famous for its Lion which have been documented in National Geographical films, one of the most exciting being the Joubert's 'Eternal Enemies' which depicts the conflicts between Lion and Hyena. It is in this reserve that DumaTau is situated.
Duma Tau Camp is bordered to the north by Linyanti River, to the east by Chobe National Park. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for African wildlife. Built on raised decks under cool Mangosteen trees, it overlooks an enormous safari lagoon. Accommodation is in luxurious, raised, tented rooms under thatch with en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water. Each room has an additional outdoor open-air shower. Boating, day / night game drives along the Linyanti and Savuti and safari nature walks. Duma Tau Camp's pontoon allows guests access to the waterways to observe Hippo's at close range.