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Okavango Delta

Wilderness Qorokwe Camp

Where wild encounters meet responsible luxury

A luxury safari camp committed to local community empowerment

Sitting on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve and set alongside the serene waters of the Okavango Delta, Wilderness Qorokwe Camp offers access to some of the most wildlife-rich ecosystems in Botswana. Here, you can paddle on a canoe through the Delta’s twisting waterways in search of predators, take a game drive in the reserve to seek out big cats or rare wild dogs, or you can simply relax on the camp’s communal veranda and watch the buffalo wander by.

Accommodation here is in luxurious tented suites, which will keep you warm with their thick canvas by night, but open up during the day to allow the natural light to spill in and the sounds of nature to echo through your bedroom. Handicrafts and unique photography adorn the walls, and a neutral colour palette makes the lush green surroundings sing beyond your deck. All of this comes with a promise of community empowerment, as Qorokwe Camp offers jobs, education and research opportunities to those who call the Delta home.


100% solar powered property

Eight rooms with tented suites and indoor showers

Family suite with private plunge pool

Swimming pool overlooking a large lagoon

Restaurant with local and seasonal menu

Day and night game drives in the exclusive Qorokwe Concession

Private dining experience under the stars

Opportunity to encounter megaherds of elephants

The impact of your stay:

  • Wilderness is dedicated to fostering sustainable conservation economies, and a key aspect of this commitment is their enterprise development programme. This initiative delivers business training and mentorship to small business owners in Botswana, facilitating their access to tourism supply chains and supporting their growth.
  • The non-profit arm of Wilderness, Children in the Wilderness, extends scholarship opportunities to students in Botswana pursuing studies in conservation and environmental fields. By investing in education, Wilderness aims to empower the next generation of leaders in these critical areas.
  • Across the continent, Wilderness has strategically placed camps, resulting in the conservation of over 2.3 million hectares of land. With ambitious goals for the future, they aspire to increase this conservation footprint to 5 million hectares by the year 2030. This vision underscores Wilderness’s dedication to preserving and protecting natural landscapes for generations to come.
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Places to combine Wilderness Qorokwe Camp with


Zarafa Camp is set inside the 320,000 acre Selinda Reserve, created to conserve and protect the wildlife of the area alongside connecting Botswana’s Okavango Delta to the Linyanti waterways. This reserve is home to a diverse and rich abundance of species similar to those found in the Savuti and Chobe National Parks, but with the exclusivity of a private reserve. Simply one of the most beautiful tented camps in Africa, Zarafa is a triumph of conservation and attention to detail. There are just 4 immense tented suites set on raised wooden platforms overlooking the floodplain of the Zibadianja Lagoon. The tents are decorated in a style befitting of the explorations of the early 20th Century, matched with modern comforts and technological surprises. Outdoor decking wraps around each guest suite and offers guests a private plunge pool, private outdoor shower, and outdoor seating. Within the suite your lounge flows into a well-decorated bedroom and an open layout indoor bathroom that is adorned with a polished copper bath tub and fireplace. The main camp, made up of a generously-sized main lounge, library, dining area and bush boutique, is nestled under a canopy of  trees a slight distance from the suites. An outdoor gym and in-room massages are also available. Environmentally, Zarafa has a number of initiatives in place to ensure they have as light an impact on their surrounding as possible, from solar power and water filtration systems, to vehicles that run mostly on vegetable oil. The camp also supports the notion that conservation can only be successful if communities living alongside wildlife and protected areas are given opportunities to learn, interact, and benefit from these conserved areas. As part of Great Plains Conservation, Zarafa is involved with the Great Plains Foundation’s launch of the Great Plains Academy, which provides enrichment opportunities for a community in the upper reaches of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The academy will supply vocational training, supplemental education, and scholarships with a conservation and tourism focus. All programmes seek to invest in the skill and capacity of the individual whilst displaying respect for natural heritage and a solid conservation ethic.  


Wilderness DumaTau
With uninterrupted views over Osprey Lagoon, and a fantastic vantage point from which to watch the areas mega-herds of elephants, Wilderness DumaTau and nearby Wilderness Little DumaTau are perfectly located for making the most of your stay in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. Each spacious tented guest suite has been positioned to offer great views whether you’re relaxing on your deck, or cooling off in your plunge pool. You’ll also find the tents include spot-cooling, meaning you can find respite from the hot afternoons indoors. Spend time investigating the ‘curiosity boxes’ you’ll find mounted on the walls in your room and the drawers filled with fascinating artefacts and information. They’re a great way to learn more about the area’s wildlife and rich history. Look out for unique elephant and wild dog art in the rooms and library made from reclaimed snare wire. Wilderness Safaris have constructed both camps to give maximum comfort and offer guests a large array of facilities. In addition to the in-tent cooling systems, you’ll discover that the central Osprey Retreat which sits between the two camps boasts a pool, drink and snack counter and a Safari Boutique area, offering you more space to mingle with your fellow guests if you choose to do so. Large decks, plunge pools and awnings are attached to each of Wilderness Duma Tau’s eight tented suites as well as at the four at Wilderness Little DumaTau. The Wilderness DumaTau team continues to focus on the sustainability of wildlife corridors, as they have done since 1997. They believe that it is more vital than ever to protect large wildlife corridors of wilderness,  like those within the vast Linyanti Wildlife Reserve – especially for the African elephant and wild dog that cover extensive ground. Staying at Wilderness DumaTau offers you easy access to the Linyanti floodplain as well as the Savuti Channel, in fact, it’s the only concession from which you can access both. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for wildlife, and is well-known for its elephant concentrations as they congregate along the waterways and lagoons during the dry winter months. General wildlife viewing is excellent year round including impala, wildebeest, red lechwe, Burchell’s zebra, giraffe, Cape buffalo, chacma baboon, vervet monkey, and warthog. Predator sightings of lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog and spotted hyena are good. As well as day and night game drives, you can explore on nature walks or take to the water on motorboats or the river barge (depending on water levels).