Ever wondered where wildlife documentary filmmakers stay while they’re exploring the Okavango Delta? The answer: Seba Camp. And after one visit, you’ll understand why.
Tucked away in a riverine forest within a private concession in the Delta’s western region, Seba Camp is a favourite among wildlife documentary filmmakers because it’s the one place where they are able to get footage of both the savannah woodland and Delta’s water from a single location. Plus, the rich variety of woodland and floodplain wildlife and birdlife means there’s no shortage of game-viewing opportunities. Discover all the Delta has to offer by going on a mokoro cruise, a water safari, a guided nature walk, a game drive, or a night drive.
The camp consists of eight Tented Rooms and two Family Suites, each with en-suite bathrooms and private decks overlooking miles of lagoons and floodplains. The special programme for kids includes activities such as basic photography, catch-and-release fishing, or painting with natural bush powder-paints. After a day’s worth of exploring you can mingle with your fellow travellers at the communal dining area, bar, lounge-library, or swimming pool.