Great Plains Conservation’s 2014 Good Safari Guide Safari Awards are an extraordinary tribute to the Great Plains Conservation attention to detail and safari camp management. Each of their camps in Africa is known for their comfort, unique designs, and exquisite service. Guests can stay in what the Good Safari Awards called the “Best Romantic Honeymoon Suites” while enjoying “Best Safari Cuisine” after a day out with the Great Plains expert safari guiding teams. Great Plains Conservation movie.

The 2014 Safari Awards presented to Great Plains properties by country are:

BOTSWANA:

Zarafa Camp

Best Safari Property in Botswana

Best Romantic/Honeymoon Room/Tent,

Best Ecologically Responsible Safari Property

Best Safari Retreat/Spa

Best Safari Cuisine

Best Safari House went to the new Zarafa Dhow Suites.

Runner–Up Best Safari Guiding Team.

Selinda Camp

Runner–Up Best Romantic/Honeymoon Room/Tent

Runner–Up Best Safari Cuisine

Selinda Canoe Trail

Runner–Up Best Mobile Safari Operator

Runner–Up Best Mobile Safari Operator in Africa

Selinda Explorers Camp

Winner Best New Safari Camp

Runner–Up Best Walking Safari

Duba Plains Camp

Runner–Up Best Ecologically Responsible Safari Property

KENYA:

Ol Donyo Lodge

Runner–Up Best Ecologically Responsible Safari Property

Winner Best Safari Cuisine

Runner–Up Best Safari Property in Kenya

Runner–Up Best Ecologically Responsible Safari Property

Mara Plains Camp

Winner Best Safari Property in Kenya

Runner–Up Best Romantic/Honeymoon Room/Tent

Mara Toto Camp

Winner Best New Safari Camp Kenya

Dereck Joubert, noted filmmaker, conservationist and Great Plains Conservation CEO said, “being honored with Good Safari Guide’s Safari Awards in Africa is like receiving an Emmy Award in television, a real privilege and endorsement of a team of staff that works incredibly hard to bring across an atmosphere of authenticity and caring. A safari is often a once in a lifetime experience, so it needs to be special. For us it’s the perfect platform for us to engage in meaningful conversations about wildlife conservation, like our Zeros for Rhinos reintroductions, banning of hunting, and anti–poaching. We need serious ambassadors for wildlife and if the Good Safari Guide awards allows us to have that conversation at more or different levels, we won’t waste the opportunity.”

The Safari Awards come on the heels of industry and media recognition for the Great Plains properties, including the Andrew Harper Grand Award 2013, Robb Report, Relais & Châteaux Environmental Award 2013, Forbes’ The Hotel Detective’s “Top 10 Luxury Hotel Rooms of 2012,” and two TripAdvisors Certificate of Excellence for Duba Plains Camp and Selinda Camp.

For more information, please visit this website www.greatplainsconservation.com

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