Famous for its wild cowboy culture and rich diversity of 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 incredible 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 and outstanding company. Corocora’s onsite chef uses local techniques and traditional recipes from Los Llanos and other regions of the country to showcase the very best of Colombian cuisine. Breakfasts are served at leisure, with warm local breads and pastries, fresh juices, top Colombian coffee, a variety of teas, homemade jams made from exotic fruits, farm-raised eggs, and exquisite seasonal fruits.
Lunches are light and healthy, served at the camp or on the go, depending on the activities of the day. Dinners are served on a communal table inside the Social Tent or by the bonfire, where guests can share their stories of the day. Guests also have the option of enjoying a private dinner and bonfire on their terrace. Throughout the day guests can nibble on snacks and local fruits, and every afternoon enjoy sundowners with premium wines and liquors from our bar.
This really is a special place unlike any other and provides a truly unique opportunity to escape to a wild and rugged land in the company of wonderful guides.