View Seba Camp from the air, then explore the private reserve in greater detail by land and water. It’s on a fertile island in the Okavango Delta, an excellent location for seeing large herds of buffalo, giraffe, different types of antelope, zebra, and plenty of other plains game. This is also a favourite place for elephant herds to roam, while in the water channels are hippopotamus and crocodile.
Seba accommodates just 18 guests and welcomes families with children over the age of 10: there are two huge two-bedroom tented suites, each with an en suite bathroom, so the whole family can be under one roof. It’s a very private place, with no other camps in the reserve, so everywhere you go will be wonderfully quiet (unless the lion roar!).
The camp has a lounge, dining area, and a swimming pool where you can relax and cool off between safaris. The standard of management at Seba Camp is excellent, and at the end of an adventurous day out on safari you can enjoy a four course dinner under the stars knowing that you are dozens of miles from the nearest human habitation.