Sebeka Self-Catering Cottage
If you love the bush but appreciate your creature comforts, then Sebeka Self-Catering Cottage is just for you!
The cottage can accommodate 6 people sharing and nestles in the tranquil bush of the Kapama Game Reserve.
At Sebeka, a mere metre and a half fence separates you from the bush, so you have an unspoiled view of the animals passing by. Sebeka also has a big protected yard surrounding the house – an excellent roaming area for curious young explorers.
Sebeka has a fully equipped kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, barbeque area and a garage where vehicles can safely be parked.
As a self-catered unit, guests determine their own meal times and preferences. The outdoor boma is THE spot for a magnificent meal underneath the stars – nothing quite tops a traditional South African braai (barbeque).
For those who are not inclined to bring their own food, à la carte breakfasts and lunches are served daily at The Deli, based within HESC. Click on the tile below to view the menu.
Dinners may be arranged by HESC too. Click on the tile below to view the menu.
Please note, should a menu option not be selected, the default menu is Menu 1 (Chicken Pie).
Dinner will be delivered to Sebeka Self-Catering Cottage by the HESC team.
Those who prefer not to bring their own food may choose from two meal plans when confirming accommodation: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast OR Bed & Breakfast. This must be requested at the time of booking. Online bookings through Nightsbridge have the meal plans available as options.
- Gates open at 06h00 and close at 17h00 daily.
- Check in is at 14h00 and check out is at 10h00.
- Guests are able to enjoy a game drive on the magnificent Kapama Game Reserve.
- Please click here or contact us for further information.
“After a warm welcome by the reception and a visit for lunch to the Deli we were escorted to Sebeka guest house where we were staying for the night. Spacious accomodation with a large braai and fire pit where we could enjoy supper listening to the roar of lions close by. The following morning we went to the centre where we were given an introductory video of the centre, it’s history and aims. Then the fun began. Climbing in to the safari vehicle we were taken of a tour of the centre and shown animals and birds in their care. The highlight has to be seeing Wild Dogs up close and watching them scrap to get into pole position for their meal. This was after we had seen a cheetah chase a lure at great speed and on the way to see de horned rhino in their space. All the time we were being educated as to the needs and challenges of the animals. The aim is to keep them wild (no touching) with the hope of them being rehabilitated into the wild. All in all an exhilarating experience. Many thanks to the team who work in the centre for their dedication and care”
From: G2698MLangelav – 30 Sep 2016