Seba Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Seba Camp is a Classic Camp

4Cs Projects at Seba Camp

Seba Camp conforms to the principles of the Wilderness 4Cs. In addition to the premise of Commerce, the camp is involved in various aspects of Conservation, Community and Culture.


Green Operating Systems

In keeping with Wilderness Safaris’ environmental commitment to operate with as light an environmental footprint as possible, Seba Camp is 100% solar powered. In addition, a wastewater treatment plant purifies and recycles all grey and black water used in the operation of the camp, ensuring that we do not contaminate the natural water system in the area. Earthworms in the camp’s worm farm break down organic waste from the kitchen and turn it into rich compost.

Human-Elephant Conflict

Seba has assisted in the investigation, in partnership with an array of institutions, into various management implications for the site including Human-Elephant Conflict and elephant impact on vegetation (University of Botswana, University of Witwatersrand, University of London).

Latest Seba Camp Album

Submitted by: Speedy Senase, Apr 4, 2016

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Latest News From Seba Camp

  • Seba Camp - February 2016
    Feb 8, 2016

    An experience of Seba is much more than just the wildlife you might see on a game drive (although it helps if you’re seeing wild dogs every second day, as we did in February)…

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  • Seba Camp - January 2016
    Jan 7, 2016

    Seba’s vast seasonal floodplains with their fresh green shoots are sustaining zebra herds in numbers we haven’t seen until now…

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  • Seba Camp - December 2015
    Dec 5, 2015

    December had some fabulous sightings – including a family of cheetah!

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ Seba is so amazing, its hard to know where to start. When we first pulled up to camp, we were greeted with all the staff singing to welcome us. Introductions and refreshing drinks started things off right. ”
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Reviewed by: Kit R, 2015.03.28