Okavango Delta, Botswana

Wilderness Little Vumbura

Charming, remote camp on its own Okavango Island

A stunning island in one of the Delta's private concessions.

Nestled into the Delta’s landscape, Wilderness Little Vumbura Camp is a gorgeous slice of Okavango island life. Private and remote, the only way to access the camp is via boat or light aircraft, giving it an adventurously exclusive feel.

Adding to its exclusivity is the limited and intimate accommodation which comprises of just six tented rooms. Each stylish room provides bundles of space and comfort with fantastic floodplain views.

When you’re not out exploring the varied wildlife and landscapes on game drives and unique mokoro rides, make the most of this property with a dip in the plunge pool, some tasty food, sundowners and traditional entertainment at the boma. Then, once the sun has set head to Wilderness Little Vumbura’s stardeck to discover the bright, sparkling world above.


Six tents with en-suite facilities

Plunge pool

Reading room

Dining area and bar

Star deck

Game drives

Mokoro rides and boating

Nature walks

Cultural visits

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Wilderness DumaTau
With uninterrupted views over Osprey Lagoon, and a fantastic vantage point from which to watch the areas mega-herds of elephants,  Wilderness DumaTau and nearby Wilderness Little DumaTau are perfectly located for making the most of your stay in Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. Each spacious tented guest suite has been positioned to offer great views whether you’re relaxing on your deck, or cooling off in your plunge pool. You’ll also find the tents include spot-cooling meaning you can find respite from the hot afternoons indoors. Spend time investigating the ‘curiosity boxes’ you’ll find mounted on the walls in your room and the drawers filled with fascinating artefacts and information the main shared area. They are a great way to learn more about the area’s wildlife and rich history. Look out for unique elephant and wild dog art in the rooms and library made from reclaimed snare wire. The rebuild has also allowed Wilderness Safaris to vastly improve the comfort and facilities in the new camps. In addition to the in-tent cooling systems, you’ll discover that the central Osprey Retreat which sits between the two camps boasts and pool, drink and snack counter and a Safari Boutique area, offering you more space to mingle with your fellow guests if you choose to do so. The upgrade has also seen the decks extended, plunge pools added and awnings erected at each of Duma Tau’s eight tented suites as well as at the four at Wilderness Little DumaTau. The Wilderness DumaTau team continues to focus on the sustainability of wildlife corridors, as they have done since 1997. They believe that it is more vital than ever to protect large, connected, natural tracts of wilderness like those within the vast Linyanti Wildlife Reserve – especially for the African elephant and wild dog that cover extensive ground. Staying at WildernessDumaTau offers you easy access to the Linyanti floodplain as well as the Savuti Channel, in fact, it is the only concession from which you can access both. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for wildlife, and is well-known for its elephant concentrations as they congregate along the waterways and lagoons during the dry winter months. General wildlife viewing is excellent year round including impala, wildebeest, red lechwe, Burchell’s zebra, giraffe, Cape buffalo, chacma baboon, vervet monkey, and warthog. Predator sightings of lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog and spotted hyaena are good. As well as day and night game drives, you can explore on nature walks or take to the water on motorboats or the river barge (depending on water levels).