Seba Camp


Seba Camp, set in an ancient riverine forest, offers secluded accommodation overlooking a perennial lagoon. It has give well-appointed and spacious elevated tents, each with en-suite bathroom and private deck. Seba Camp is family friendly, complete with family villa with two inter leading en-suite bedrooms, a built-in “tree-house” and a kids’ swimming pool and sandpit. The dining and bar areas are set on a raised Salinga deck with spectacular views. The camp is named after Seba, one of the elephants historically released from nearby Abu Camp. A number of elephants that were released back in to the wild have formed their own herd. The interaction between these and the wild herds in the area provides rich fodder for research teams from Bristol University in the UK. Guests can observe the researchers at work, often in close proximity to the elephant herds. Activities include day and night game drives, fishing and mokoro rides on the channels.

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P/Bag 332
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+267 6861005
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+267 6861260

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