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Wilderness Safaris Seba

Luxury Tented Camp in the south west region of the Okavango Delta.
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Special SADC Rate


per person per night sharing. Valid until 05 January 2024

Rates are subject to currency fluctuations.

Standard Rate


per person per night sharing.

Abu Private Reserve, located in the southwest of the Okavango delta.
Where elephants splash in a water-filled wilderness and lions and leopards stalk prey across the Okavango's floodplains you will find Seba - a beauty amongst Botswana's safari camps. Discover a real home away from home with exceptional wildlife experiences. It's time to let your inner child go wild and indulge in an inspirational safari experience the whole family can enjoy.

Enjoy an exclusive safari at Seba, where just eight suites are nestled in the African bush. Relax in your thoughtfully constructed thatch and canvas tent, taking respite from the heat in our pool. Two suites have interconnecting rooms, so bring the whole family. You’ll feel right at home here in Botswana.

Situated in the 180 000 hectare (445 000 acre) Abu Private Reserve, located in the southwest of the delta, Seba offers variety of landscapes, from seasonally flooding floodplains and channels to palm islands in the northeast and the drier Kalahari "Sandveld Tongue" in the west. In the western portion of Botswana's Okavango Delta, on private conservation territory, Wilderness Seba is a wildlife haven with a perennial lagoon as its backdrop. Seba Camp provides a traditional "combination" Okavango Delta safari experience with its riverine vegetation in a forest of gigantic hardwood trees as well as a variety of land and water game-viewing activities on the concession.

Wildlife: The region is renowned for having large numbers of elephants. In addition, the habitat near Wilderness Seba are very diverse, unlike the permanently submerged areas of the Okavango Delta, which makes it possible to see a wide variety of general game, including giraffe, zebras, impala, tsessebe, lechwe, wildebeest, buffalos and warthogs. Lions and spotted hyaenas are the dominant carnivores, along with leopards and African wild dogs.

Wilderness Seba offers eight well-appointed and spacious tents, including two especially designed for families that can accommodate either four or six. Although constructed of wood, thatch and canvas, the camp is designed to specifically blend in effortlessly with the surrounding bush landscape. Shaded in soft, neutral tones, each has its own en-suite bathroom and a private deck on which to relax and observe the passing wildlife. The dining and bar areas are set on a raised deck with fabulous views, with the pool in the main area under a pergola offering the perfect spot for a relaxing cocktail.

Game viewing is excellent, and highlights include the chance to spend time at hyaena dens (seasonally), and to find leopards or lesser-seen antelope like roan
Diverse activities year round – predominantly land-based in summer and water-based in winter
Family-orientated guides offer inspirational safaris for the whole family

Wilderness Seba – Game Drives
With the splendid diversity of habitat there are a multitude of species to encounter, including lions and leopards, a chance to see roan, and hyaena cubs when the resident clan is denning.

Wilderness Seba – Night Drives
Exploring the concession by night yields fascinating sights of the lesser-seen nocturnal animals including predators who often hunt at night, from hyaenas to owls.

Wilderness Seba – Guided Nature Walks *
Walking safaris are a wonderful way of getting up close to your subject at eye level. Look out for tracks and signs, reconnect with nature on foot.
* Weather permitting and subject to the availability of a qualified walking guide.

Wilderness Seba – Mokoro Excursions *
Glide silently through the untouched channels of the Okavango Delta in a mokoro (traditional-style dugout canoe), giving a unique perspective of the diversity of life both big and small in this fascinating ecosystem.
* Water levels permitting.

Wilderness Seba – Boating *
A boat ride along the calm waters of the Okavango Delta is another idyllic form of water wildlife viewing. Bring your camera to capture the wealth of life from frogs, to water birds, and beautiful waterlilies.
* Water levels permitting.

Wilderness Seba – Fishing *
Fishing with a limited supply of basic equipment is on offer on a catch and release basis.
* Note that fishing is seasonal as it is prohibited by Botswana law in January and February due to breeding purposes.

Wilderness Seba – Birding
The birding around Wilderness Seba is exceptional. Particularly exciting sights include: malachite kingfisher, white-browed coucal, Luapula cisticola, pied kingfisher, rufous-bellied heron, great egret, and southern ground hornbill.
    Accommodation on a full board basis including twice daily scheduled camp activities, local drinks, laundry, park fees.
    Internal flights are available at a discounted rate of $220 per person per leg for SADC residents.

There's something for everyone to enjoy at Wilderness Seba, from classic safari moments to educational and fun-filled activities for all ages. Slow down on a guided walk. Glide on a mokoro along the Delta channels. Or take in the African sunset by boat, with a gin and tonic in hand as you admire the hippos and crocs nearby.

A safari at Wilderness Seba is about so much more than just great wildlife sightings. Hone your photography skills. Paint a masterpiece. Try your hand at catch-and-release tigerfishing. Listen to a lion's roar as you drift off to sleep. This is what a day in Botswana's Okavango's Delta looks like, with activities everyone can enjoy.

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