Western side of the Okavango Delta
Seba Camp is situated in an ancient riverine forest with majestic hardwood trees and overlooks a perennial lagoon in the Okavango Delta with prolific birdlife and resident pods of hippo.
Seba Camp has been constructed as a family-friendly camp and it is also the base of a fascinating elephant research project. Seba, meaning ‘whisper,’ is named after one of Abu Camp’s released elephants. As a baby, Seba starred in the Walt Disney movie, Whispers, that was filmed in the area.
The main area consists of two open-sided wooden structures, one of which houses the dining room, and the other contains the lounge area. Both buildings are decorated with traditional Botswana basketwork and other local artifacts. A small library is set in the lounge area. In front of the dining area, there is a small, well-stocked bar andin the central area the camp fire, which burns in the evening. A decked area to the rear of the camp houses a small swimming pool with sun-loungers and umbrellas. Electricity is provided by the use of a generator and inverter/battery system.
Seba Camp has five elevated tents, set in secluded positions shaded by magnificent old trees. Each en-suite tent has its own private wooden deck with views over the lagoon and flood plains. The tents are beautiful and individually decorated with a theme representing different Botswana tribes. The family tent has two bedrooms, both en suite, and is interlinked by a passageway. The family unit has a plunge pool, tree house and sandpit with ample space for relaxation on the outside deck.