As the name implies, the area of the camp is known as “splash” due to the multiple water crossings undertaken to access it. Looking at its location in terms of game viewing, it grants easy access to permanent water areas, and seasonal flood plains, and extensive dry bush wilderness.
If you’re heading to the Delta to top up your game viewing bucket list, this is the place to do it. With the best of all three, a bounty of varied wildlife awaits you. Okavango Delta safari activities are well-timed and organised for you to make the most of these areas too, from 4x4 game (off-road) drives, bush walks, and guided mokoro trips.
Fly fishing is also offered from March to December. Double-decker cruises are also available for conquering the waterways in search of local bird and aquatic life. Set among a collection of indigenous trees, and overlooking a waterhole attracting wildlife, you don’t have to venture very far from Splash Camp to truly embrace nature.
The main area features a plunge pool, bar and lounge area, along with everything you could want and need for that perfect safari in the Delta. Splash Camp also features a second main area called Splash Enclave, with its own plunge pool, private dining area, lounge and bar. It can be booked exclusively for groups of 6-10 people, and there is no age restriction for children.