Hit enter to search or ESC to close
corocora wildlife camp exterior colombia


Set in a private reserve in the vast grasslands of Los Llanos, Corocora Camp is a deep immersion in a wildlife-rich vacation. It’s higher-order glamping, with the tent’s canvas exterior containing artisan furniture and premium beds within. The curtains open wide to let in the theater of the wilderness beyond, with scarlet ibis, capybara, and anacondas in the area (but you’ll have to get out of bed to see the pink dolphins in the rivers).

A private chef imbues a menu of mostly Colombian cuisine highlights with traditional flavors. Breakfast is as you like it: quick with a swift refill of Colombian coffee before a dawn trek or slow with a procession of pastries, juicy fresh fruit, and farm-raised eggs passing across your plate. Coffee is available from various regions in Colombia, so try something different each morning.

Lunches fit in with your plans for the day, while dinners are a communal affair by the bonfire or in the social tent (or on your private terrace, if you prefer to listen to the sounds of the night).


There’s no other camp in this remote area of Los Llaneros. But, besides the superb seclusion and access to creatures like the giant ant-eater, it’s also how the camp is so intertwined with conservation and the local culture.

During activities, you’ll often be accompanied by a Llanero—one of the traditional cattle herders of the region—and learn about their remarkable heritage in the region.