Boutique camps in the remote wilderness of Botswana's Central Tuli Block

A destination for the experienced guest; this is more than a safari but an immersive adventure on the Limpopo River in a private reserve spanning in excess of 7000 hectares. In exclusive tented camps of which there are two locations to choose from; Koro River Camp and Koro Island Camp, guests will be living in symbiotic harmony with some of the rarest species of animals and plants. The dedicated team are there to provide a tailored experience for each individual guest.

Koro River Camp is set on the banks of the most beautiful, undisturbed sections of the Limpopo River, 7 en-suite boutique tents have been built giving spectacular views of the surrounding wildlife. Each sleeps 2 guests with a bathroom and bedroom suite. There is also a separate family villa tent sleeping 6 guests. You’ll enjoy the panoramic views from your spacious deck with greetings from elephants, dipping in your private pool, soaking in a decadent bath or showering outdoors under African skies.

Far from the city and other guests, you’ll witness the clearest skies and only the sounds of wild animals.

Koro Island Camp

The camp is situated on an island in the Limpopo River and accessible only via a suspension bridge. A more sociable camp, its central living area is an intimate thatched lounge and dining room designed socialising, dining, reading or just lounging on one of the day beds and watching the river and wildlife. On the river itself it has a large open fire pit for cooking traditional African braais. Each tent has magnificent views over the river, giving our guests the chance to watch all the game and abundant birdlife from your own deck, completely immersed in the environment.

Having only 4 tents it is ideal for families or small groups.



What to do?

However you want to spend your trip Koro River can accommodate you.

If night-time searching for the hyena is what you’ve come for, they can make it happen, or if you want to capture rare photos of a Black Mamba they’ll take you to the best locations.

  • Spend time with their researchers learning directly about conservation.
  • Morning, afternoon and night-time game drives
  • Bush walks
  • Optional sleep out in the bush
  • Cooking, photography and art masterclasses with renowned experts can also be arranged.


When to go?

  • The camp is open year round
  • Temperatures are lower between May – September
  • Rain Season October – March. Average Rainfall 380mm
  • Average Temperature: Winter 10C – 30C, Summer 24C – 36C.

Getting there

By Road:

To the reserve it’s a 5.5 hour drive from Johannesburg, the main international airport for Botswana and South Africa. We can also arrange transfers for you.

By Air:

There are two options; a 60 minute flight from Johannesburg to Limpopo Valley airport in Botswana, then a 40 minute drive to our reserve in an open game viewer, or a direct charter flight to our own airstrip.

Call us

Speak to our team:

+44 1491 575 987


Monday – Friday: 9am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 10am – 4:30pm

1 Market Place Mews,
Henley-on-Thames, OXON RG9 2AH