Finding an ideal budget friendly guest house in Kasane does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sekama Guest House, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and Sekama Guest House makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the guest house, including 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and an outdoor fireplace. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking to experience local food favourites like fish and chips, consider a visit to The Old House, which is not far from Sekama Guest House.
Sekama Guest House looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Kasane.
There is no golf course, no 24-hour desk, no babysitting and no breakfast bar as advertised under "ABOUT." This is false advertising and must be removed. I stayed there for 3 months and know the ins and outs (mostly outs) of Sekama.
Boni, the owner, disrespects his guests. He is unhelpful for even the smallest things such as asking him to call a taxi: he will say he is out of airtime. He never replaced a broken window in my room during the rainy season that he knew about for 3 months and mosquitos were plentiful. He also refused to refund my prepaid rent when I had to leave early due to immigration. The turnover in housekeepers is also very telling as I knew some who worked 12 hour shifts and were not paid overtime. All the while, he is planning to open another business when he can't even serve the customers he has in Kazungula. I could go on.
I was a long-term guest and was told to prepay for March. I prepaid but learned after I prepaid that according to immigration law, I only had 90 days in the country as a foreigner and my time was up. I asked for a refund of half of my prepaid rent and Bonnie told me he didn't have it. He promised to send it but never did. The amount is a big sum, $500 USD. I contacted him on whatsapp only to be insulted. In addition, there was a missing window pane in my room that wasn't replaced in 3 months. Bonnie will not even make a phone call for you to call a taxi: he will say he's out of airtime. Please avoid a bad experience and stay elsewhere.
I am a full time safari operator and have had many different african experiences. I like to support small local operators were ever possible. The experience at Sekama was very disappointing to say the least. I am sure the host could of adressed the concerns and made the stay more pleasant. The pictures of the guest house are very misleading and create a false impression. The adress provided on the internet does not correspond with the actual location. I tried calling the owner to no avail. By luck a local was able to direct me to the guest house. The main room was not available on arrival. Two requests were made to obtain additional towels as each room only had one. Nothing was forth comming. No adequate drinking glasses were available. The continental breakfast buffet is a joke. No sugar was available. The biggest concern was the hygiene of the rooms. My foreign guest could not sleep due to the large amount of cockroaches present in their room and bathroom. I informed the host and he did not do much to rectify the situation. When I returned to collect our belongings to move to a suitable lodge, the host did not even have the courtesy to come out from his home and discuss the matter with me. A pity that this is how it had to end. We arrived and had to wait as the main…
Beautiful place with a rustic touch, clean & refreshing. 20mins drive to the national park and 10 mins drive away from the Zambian and Zimbabwe border. Enjoyed the exceptional service from the staff, they were very thoughtful & helpful. Eco-friendly destination.