Translating as ‘The place where the buffalo broke through the bush into the water’, Qorokwe is a private concession in one of Africa’s greatest Edens, the magnificent Okavango Delta. Bordering the renowned Moremi Game Reserve, the Qorokwe Concession holds year-round water sources that support a wealth of wildlife.
Qorokwe Camp consists of nine elegant tented suites and a magnificent main area that overlooks a rich lagoon. The camp is 100% solar powered by thermodynamic panels, which ensures that water is always heated and there is enough power for charging facilities. It also reduces the camp’s carbon emissions.
The area is known for its large predators like lion, leopard, spotted hyaena, cheetah and wild dog – and it is an internationally recognised IBA (Important Birding Area). You may also spot animals such as giraffe, buffalo, lechwe, tsessebe and impala during game drives, mokoro (traditional canoe) trips and guided nature walks. And of course, a safari in the Delta is synonymous with superb elephant sightings.