Corocora Camp is an exclusive tented camp set inside a private reserve, located in the Llanos Orientales region of Colombia.


Famous for its strong cowboy culture and its rich wildlife, the Llanos Orientales form part of the vast Orinoco region that is shared with Venezuela. The Camp was designed as a unique lodging option in these remote plains of grasslands, providing an ideal retreat for endless horseback riding, and an immersion in nature whilst disconnecting from the rest of the world.





Spend your days horseback riding, tracking pumas, off-roading, bird watching, and herding cattle; all with the ultimate luxury of spacious tents, spectacular gastronomy, outstanding company and endless sundowners and bonfire dinners – all in the middle of nowhere.

This unique camp borrows its name from the native Corocora, or scarlet ibis, an emblematic bird of the region with an unmistakable bright red coloration. Much like Los Llanos for the ibis, Corocora Camp is a safe haven, far from civilization, created for the discerning, eco-conscious traveller.


Through exceptional on-site experiences, we are able to fund conservation initiatives to protect endangered and threatened species such as jaguars, pumas, ocelots, and giant anteaters. We also aim to incorporate neighbouring communities to diversify local economies and empower children’s education, and further promote conservation practices in the region.