Along the shores of a lagoon at the heart of the Okavango Delta, Seba Camp offers a world-class African experience in a family-friendly atmosphere. The delta in general and this lagoon in particular offer a vigorous and diverse wildlife experience from the lagoon’s resident pods of hippo to unique elephant herds to the almost 400 species of fowl.
Seba Camp is constructed to blend seamlessly into the lagoons tree-lined banks. In addition to its eight elevated and spacious tents, the camp has two family suites. These family tents each have two connected double bedrooms as well as an upper loft with a sleeper sofa. All the resident tents have en-suite bathroom facilities and each has a private deck from which to enjoy the scenic lagoon and its wildlife. Other child-friendly amenities include a built-in tree house and kid-only swimming pool and sandbox. The elevated common areas include expansive viewing decks, a swimming pool, and an outdoor dining area serving five-star cuisine.
Daily game drives encounter the region’s diverse wildlife including giraffe, zebra, impala, wildebeest, lechwe, and occasionally lion and buffalo. But the camp is best known for its elephant research project. Decades ago a number of captive elephants were released back into the wild in this very area. They have since formed a distinct herd, and scientists continue to study their interaction with the region’s wild elephants.