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We arrived in Seba Camp after landing at the air strip and being driven in by AB, a very personable young man. We were met on our arrival by several members of management and staff. Two deserve special mention--Kemm, who was absolutely charming, kind, and...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Seba CampResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your wonderful review, we are thrilled to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us and that the team in camp were able to help you with your missing bag at the airport. Thank you for the suggestion of...More
This was one of 3 camps we stayed at and this was our favorite. The service is 5 star as are the guides, the safaris and the food. You will not want for anything here. Listening to the animal sounds at night and being off...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Seba CampResponded 21 June 2017
We are delighted to see how much you enjoyed the rare advantage of being disconnected with no access to wifi. Most of our Wilderness Safaris camps are ‘off the grid’ allowing our guests the opportunity to genuinely “get away from it all” and...More
We spent three night in Camp Seba and it was absolutely great!
First of all, the kindness of the staff, always making sure that you are having a great time and looking for your comfort and safety! The food is delicious and be warned that...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Seba CampResponded 18 May 2017
Thank you RandB S for your amazing review and heartfelt words for AB and all the great staff in camp. The beauty of the location and being within a private concession not only allows us the freedom to roam this amazing portion of the Delta...More
Seba SebaOkavango delta
So it's not often that when you leave a place you feel a huge lump in your throats when you leave a place because you met a person who changed you. Our guide mate was quite phenomenal. He had a sense of...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Seba CampResponded 13 April 2017
Thank you for the amazing review, we too were sad to say farewell after getting to know you and can only hope you will visit us again soon. We will be sure to share your heartfelt words with Precious, Bami, Sammy and the...More
The Camp was amazing. The most outstanding feature of this camp was the staff. They were friendly, knowledgeable and would do anything for you. The accommodation was clean , well equipped and safe. The food was delicious. In fact I can't think of anything to...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Seba CampResponded 6 October 2016
We are delighted to see what a wonderful impact our brilliant staff had on your stay with us and cannot wait to share your kind words with everyone. We hope you will visit us again soon to make many more great memories together....More
Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
Thank you for your questions and interest in our camp, we would love to welcome you to our luxurious camp and hope that you will receive similar feedback from our numerous guests who have enjoyed their stays... More
Thank you for your questions and interest in our camp, we would love to welcome you to our luxurious camp and hope that you will receive similar feedback from our numerous guests who have enjoyed their stays with us. If you would like to see some more photos of our camp please check us out on the Wilderness Safaris website or you can follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for regular updates.
With regards to the nets, you are right and there are no mosquito nets in the rooms at the moment, however, we will be putting these in shortly and hopefully before our next summer as that is the time when mosquito's can be problematic. Although there are no nets we do take precautions and supply each room with insect repellent, tabard (Peaceful sleep) as well as burning coils at night before guests retire to their rooms. All of this including keeping the lights off when not in the room help in keeping mosquitos and any other unwelcome bugs at bay.
We hope this has all helped you in making your decision and hope you will be visiting us soon.
Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
Thank you for your enquiry. As we are unsure of your complete itinerary our suggestion to you would be to try and combine the likes of water camps and land camps as some are subject to more water than others as... More
Thank you for your enquiry. As we are unsure of your complete itinerary our suggestion to you would be to try and combine the likes of water camps and land camps as some are subject to more water than others as well as the levels being dependant on the level of flooding which varies with each year. Seba inherently has more water over the period mentioned but this is not to say you will not see larger animals. As with all animal sightings these can never be guaranteed as animals are constantly on the move. We can say that you would thoroughly enjoy a water camp as it does give one a very different experience of the Delta and when combined with a land camp along the lines of something like Chitabe or one of the camps in the Linyanti area you will come away from your trip with a complete picture of the area, the different animals and topography. We would also suggest that you chat a bit more with your agent that you are working with who will be able to guide you as to the best camps to choose for your group.
We hope that this has been of assistance.
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"Every room has a private view of the delta. They are all nice. We were in room #8; I have posted pictures."