Qorokwe has eight twin-bedded tents, plus one very spacious family unit with its own private plunge pool.
According to lead architect, Joy Brasler, and interior designer, Michelle Throssell, the design inspiration for Qorokwe came from the natural setting of the Botswana landscape, resulting in a rich mix of bleached timbers, darker stains and accents of rust and burnt orange. The materials chosen to build the camp include steel frames with infill panels to insulate against the heat and cold, as well as canvas and timber decks. With detailed timber ceilings perforated with light to mimic the experience of being beneath the trees at the side of the lagoon, so that the entire camp experience blends in with its beautiful natural surroundings.
Qorokwe has eight twin-bedded tents, plus one very spacious family unit consisting of its own private plunge pool and outdoor deck with shaded loungers; a shared indoor lounge, dining area and fireplace – whilst the main bedroom has an indoor bath.
By introducing a combination of organic shapes, and textural diversity from live-edged timber to steel and canvas, a warm, enveloping space has been created providing comfort and luxury in an understated way.