Hidden in an ancient forest along a dried up riverbed, surrounded by open grassland, and overlooking a lagoon, Seba Camp has no shortage of natural environments to explore.
Plentiful game is on your doorstep with a herd of boisterous hippos resident in the lagoon, a large local population of elephants and some of the best opportunities to spot the rare roan antelope in the nearby grassland.
Families can take a more relaxed pace by opting for a guided walking tour, giving children a hands-on opportunity to learn about the African bush environment. Or for those looking for something a little bit different, mokoro and motorboat excursions are both available during the winter months.
Seba’s open-plan main area is decked out with areas to suit all times of day. Chairs around the fire welcome you for an early evening drink, you can bask on deckchairs by the pool or opt to relax on shady hammocks with a book from the small library.
Sharing memories with loved ones is the focal point at Seba, and dining is no different. Whether sharing African-themed small plates in the camp’s boma, making handcrafted pizza together or enjoying brunch on Seba’s private beach, you can do it all.
Coral Tree luxury rating
Number of rooms
8 tented rooms including 2 family tents
6 years and older
Why we love it
'There is no better camp for kids in the Okavango, from fun yet educational activities to the extensive collection of toys, they will lap it up.’
Rosanna, Africa Travel Sales Manager
Key Highlights & Amenities
- One of the few specialist family safari camps in the Delta, with a programme of fishing, cooking and painting for children and two specially-designed family tents
- Offers both day and night 4x4 game drives, mokoro excursions and walking tours
- A sprawling lounge, swimming pool and private beach provide a restful retreat after a day of activities