|Seba, meaning ‘whisper,’ is named after one of Abu Camp’s released elephants.|
Seba Camp is situated on the western side of the Okavango Delta in a private concession area on an island facing west, with a large floodplain stretching from the tents into the distance. The island has large trees and good ground cover and for 4 months of the year the floodplains over which the camp looks are under water.
Wildlife Game Drives Walking Photography Birding Luxury Tented Camp Game Cruise Mokoro Price Range - Southern Africa: $800 plus
The camp’s site was carefully chosen in an area where, during the dry season, the clay-enriched soils of the western plains of the Okavango attract large herds of herbivores, especially zebra and wildebeest. The plains are dominated by couch grass which has a very high yield and can sustain large numbers of grazers. The area usually becomes inundated during the flood season, making driving limited, but offering amazing mokoro and boat activities.
The camp is constructed on the ground. Each of the 8 guest tents has an en-suite bathroom with dual basins, toilet and shower as well as outdoor shower for those who would like to bathe under the African sky. The main area is tented and consists of a bar, lounge and dining area (although dinners will often be enjoyed out in the open on the floodplain in front of camp, as well as brunches in the bush).
Seba Camp Additional Information
Activities include game drives, night drives, boating, mokoros, walks and general birding around the camp.
Seba Camp Children Policy
Children of all ages are welcome, however, private activities need to be booked and paid for. The minimum age for walking activities is 12 years.
Check In Time: 02:00:00 PM
Check Out Time: 11:00:00 AM