Seba Camp is set on a picturesque island in the north-eastern region of the Okavango Delta. The spectacular setting will cast its charm on you the moment you catch a glimpse of the pristine lagoon teeming with birds.
The camp is famous for its research into the behaviour of the resident elephant population. This makes it a popular destination for producers of many wildlife documentaries. “Seba” means “whisper”, by the way, and the camp takes its name from one of the local elephants.
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It's the combination of its small size and its personal atmosphere that makes Seba Camp such an exclusive location. The five raised tents offer luxurious comforts with modern touches.
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One of Seba Camp's most interesting features is the Bristol University research project. During your stay, you are welcome to find out more and visit the project site.
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