Last year Ika Merlin and Tobias Knockaert made us dream of a holiday of adventure and freedom with Boomkamp, a complex of six stylish tree houses.
Now they are back with another fantastic project, the Vlotkamp, a floating campsite made up of eight rafts that is already up and running and ready to welcome its first guests.
The Vlotkamp rafts are located in the middle of a lake in the small Belgian municipality of Zuienkerke and can only be reached from the shore by canoe.
Each raft consists of five floating modules and is equipped with old, empty barrels and tyres to avoid possible collisions with canoes or other obstacles. In addition, each small dwelling is only anchored at one corner, allowing the structure to move in line with the wind and always have the entrance on the opposite side from where the air comes in.
Above the structure that serves as the base is a sibley tent that houses a double circular king-size mattress. For moments of relaxation and to fully enjoy the experience, the Vlotkamp rafts are equipped with a table and two outdoor chairs.
Comfort is also of paramount importance, which is why the rafts are equipped with an emergency toilet.
Of course, you need to have a foothold on land, so Vlotkamp guests can use the services of the bar and hotel on the lake shore.
If you haven’t made your holiday plans yet, we recommend you take a look at the Vlotkamp website.