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Splash Camp is a recently opened camp (June 2018) and is situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta, within the Private Kwara Reserve and operated by Kwando Safaris.

The camp itself has a relaxed, authentic atmosphere and contemporary furniture. A lounge, bar, orientation centre, curio shop and plunge pool comprise the guest spaces, and to the front, towards the pan is the fire pit where light breakfasts are served each day before activities. 

10 en-suite rooms (plus 2 guide rooms) are situated on a deck overlooking a pan which attracts year round game. These rooms are constructed from a clever mix of natural materials. 2 are family rooms with an extra bedroom and a shared bathroom. Simple, but elegantly appointed, all the rooms are en-suite with flush toilets, double sinks and in and outdoor showers. Private verandas have lounge chairs, offering the perfect place for guests to relax and appreciate the magnificent vistas. 

The camp will have a second satellite Main Area (within the camp layout) with plunge pool, dining area and lounge and bar. This will be available to groups of 6-10 or more looking for a more intimate experience. Such groups will have no age restrictions, making the Enclave the perfect location for families. Only groups may book Splash Enclave. Enclave rooms are the Splash rooms only with a more private main area serving these rooms.

 

Rooms

10 Ensuite Rooms including 2 Family Rooms

Open Season

Open all year

Safari Experience

Day and night game drives are conducted by a guide and tracker team, and during the green season, walks are offered. Mokoro and boating excursions are available subject to water-levels. Fly-fishing can be undertaken year-round, except during January and February. From August to December guests may visit the nearby heronries – a great experience for birders.

 

Added Extras

As Splash is in a private concession guests have the opportunity to explore off road in search of
sightings and also it means that night drives are possible using spotlights. 30% of fascinating
mammals are mainly active at night, so this gives more opportunities to find them.