Seba Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Seba Camp is a Classic Camp

Introduce your family to the wonder of wild Africa

Seba Camp, blending beautifully into the ancient riverine forest of majestic hardwood trees, has eight spacious tents, each with en-suite bathroom and a private deck with vistas of the lagoon. There are two family suites: one has an upstairs lounge with a pull-out sleeper couch, while the other has a loft room suitable for older children or adults. There’s also an elevated deck with its own small pool and sandpit. Well-lit paths lead to the communal dining area, bar, lounge-library and a secluded swimming pool.

Highlights

  • Family-friendly Seba is a great place for children to learn about the bush
  • Varied activities provide exciting ways of viewing abundant wildlife
  • Overlooking a lagoon with prolific birdlife and visiting pods of hippo
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Some things to do at Seba Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Take a game drive and keep a look out for the resident predators, such as hyaena or lion.

  • Relax while your children enjoy activities that combine fun with learning about wildlife.

  • Refresh and cool off in the swimming pool after an animal-filled game drive.

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Submitted by: Dana Allen, May 5, 2014

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Latest News From Seba Camp

  • Seba Camp – June 2014
    Jun 30, 2014

    The young leopard seen regularly around Seba Camp has graduated from hunting banded mongoose to warthog and even a young kudu…

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  • Seba Camp – May 2014
    May 31, 2014

    Our cup runneth over with game sightings at Seba this May!

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  • Seba Camp – April 2014
    Apr 30, 2014

    This month, we’re taking the big mammals for granted; it’s time to gasp in amazement at some of our smaller creatures.

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Elephants were a frequent visitor around our tent particularly one which liked to sleep beside our tent, buffalo tended to wander past and numerous small animals delighted us with their antics. ”
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Reviewed by: Bev P, 2013.06.14