Kubu Island is locally known as Lekhubu, it is a unique, untouched empty, and wild tourism attraction. You need a 4×4 to get to Kubu Island and it’s only accessible during the dry season. It’s 45 km of stony/sandy/dusty track from the south and 100 km of lots of dust from Gweta or Nata!
That said it’s pretty amazing driving across the Pans and having a look around the island which has large rocks and huge baobab trees in the middle of a huge pan.
Large sites on the northern and western sides of the island. Some have shade. Each site has a rather smelly long drop toilet. No electricity. There’s also no water so take all you need.