The name Qorokwe means 'the place where the buffalo broke through the bush into the water' and is evocative of the high-density game area in which the camp is situated. The diverse habitats of the south-eastern Okavango support a wealth of wildlife, earning the area’s well-deserved reputation as a top Botswana safari destination.
Qorokwe Camp has nine tented suites, one of which is a spacious family unit with a private plunge pool. En-suite facilities feature an indoor shower with an inward opening door giving the illusion of an outdoor shower experience. Built on elevated wooden platforms, the main area includes a dining room, lounge, library, bar and an infinity pool overlooking an expansive lagoon. Highlights of Qorokwe’s dining experiences include festive boma evenings and scrumptious pizzas from the camp’s bespoke oven.
INSIDER'S TIP: Keep a look out for the secretive white rhino which have been reintroduced into this area.
- Private Vehicle Available
Qorokwe has eight twin-bedded tents, plus one very spacious family unit with its own private plunge pool. According to lead architect, Joy Brasler, and interior designer, Michelle Throssell, the design inspiration for Qorokwe came from the natural setting of the Botswana landscape, resulting in a rich mix of bleached timbers, darker stains and accents of…
Qorokwe has eight twin-bedded tents, plus one very spacious family unit consisting of its own private plunge pool and outdoor deck with shaded loungers; a shared indoor lounge, dining area and fireplace – whilst the main bedroom has an indoor bath. By introducing a combination of organic shapes, and textural diversity from live-edged timber to…
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- Electrical Outlets
- Hair Dryer
- Internet Access (Complimentary)
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Lounge Area
- Mosquito Nets
- Tea / Coffee
The Qorokwe Concession is defined by the Gomoti Channel in the east, while a large part of it lies across the Santantadibe River to the west. The safari traversing area comprises typical Okavango Delta habitats: seasonal palm-dotted floodplains, wooded islands, tranquil waterways, and dry woodland areas. This variety of habitats, plus the fact that the…
Scan the bushveld during an evening drive for magical nocturnal mammals such as civets, genets, bushbabies, and owls.
A walking safari offers you the exciting opportunity of coming across big game on foot, as well as observing the smaller things you miss when travelling by vehicle. Step out in the wilderness with our skilled guides, and feel the thrill of being at one with nature. * On request and seasonal (during the transition…
There is no better way of viewing the Delta and its wildlife than by traditional mokoro (dugout canoe).Float along a crystal-clear waterway as you search for painted reed frogs, and beautiful waterlilies. * Water levels permitting.
Seasonal boating excursions allow you to explore the more distant waterways, and the deep clear channels. * Water levels permitting.
The camp itself overlooks a lagoon which is a magnet for avian wildlife. Or venture further afield to continue with excellent birdlife viewing which varies throughout the year, depending on water levels and season. These may include African hawk-eagle, ground hornbill, scarlet-chested sunbird, red-billed hornbill, and Gabar goshawk. Time to tick off a lifer.
Take a delightful picnic and explore on a full day excursion to the spectacular and productive area of Gomoti Plains, where wildlife abounds. * On a minimum two night stay.