Seba Camp is a Classic Camp

Things to do at Seba Camp

Seba is a year-round multi-activity camp with the emphasis on land activities in the summer months and on water activities during the winter months. It specialises in family-friendliness.


Game Drives

Morning and afternoon game drives on open Land Rovers allow you to discover the diverse habitats and wildlife of the region.


Night Drives

Night drives allow you to find those nocturnal animals you wouldn’t see during the day.


Mokoro Excursions

There is no better way of exploring the Okavango Delta than by traditional mokoro (dug-out canoe).


Boating

Water-level dependent, boating is another idyllic form of water wildlife viewing.


Nature Walks

On request, nature walks with skilled, armed guides are wonderful ways of getting close to nature and observing the smaller things you miss when travelling by vehicle.


Fishing

Fishing with a limited supply of basic equipment is on offer seasonally on a catch-and-release basis.


Elephant Research

Discussing conservation and research with the local researchers is a wonderful way to learn about this iconic African species.


Birding

The birding around Seba Camp is exceptional. Particularly exciting sights include: malachite kingfisher, white-browed coucal, Luapula cisticola, pied kingfisher, rufous-bellied heron and great egret.

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Submitted by: Dana Allen, May 5, 2014

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Latest News From Seba Camp

  • 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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  • Seba Camp – February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    There’s always something to see at Seba Camp – this month had a tremendous sighting of lion fighting hyaena!

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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