Seba Delta Camp
Seba Delta Camp is fortunate to have so many divers habitats. Not surprising in such a large concession that is home to many prey species such as Roan antelope, Giraffe, Zebra, Buffalo and many more. Predators include Lion, Leopard and Hyena dens with the odd sighting of Cheetah and Wild Dogs.
The camp is an ideal location for families on their first safari or seasoned Africa travelers with children. In Summer activities focus on land based wildlife viewing while in Winter with the rains and increased water levels from Angola the focus turns to water based activities. Seba is also known for very large herds of Elephant and its not unusual to hear Lions roaring close to camp at night.
Morning and afternoon game drives as well as night drives are possible and Seba is known as an Important Birding Area. Water based activities can be in traditional mokoro or in motorboats and catch and release fishing is also very popular as a children’s activity. Walking safaris can be extremely rewarding with so many Elephants in the area, children need to be 13 years or older to participate.
Seba has just eight luxury tents with two that have been designed specifically for families with interconnected rooms. Children are taught bush cooking as well as photography lessons. The two family tents can accommodate either four or six people and have their own private plunge pool as well as parent and children’s en suite bathrooms.
Children 6 years and older are welcome in camp, families travelling with children between 6 and 12 years of age a private vehicle must be booked at additional cost. Minimum age for boating is 6 years and mokoro 13 years old.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana.
We encourage our guests to visit a number of camps while exploring the Okavango Delta on a safari to Africa, this gives a more holistic experience. Have a look at Qorokwe in combination with Seba.
For further reading on the Okavango Delta visit the UNESCO site.