The centerpiece of conservationists Beverly and Dereck Joubert’s Great Plains Conservation company, the new Duba Plains camp sits within a 190,200-acre private concession in Botswana’s Okavango Delta—a prime spot for observing wildlife. Now, the setting has accommodations to match. Opened in March, the lodge features five spacious tents, each decorated in the lush style of 1920s aristocrats on safari. Inside, you’ll find Persian rugs, four-poster beds, copper soaking tubs, air conditioning, and drink trays with crystal decanters. The property also includes the two-bedroom Duba Suite, a private safari lodge that sets a new standard for luxury in Botswana.