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Increased Demand For Authentic Safari Adventure Inspires Expansion Of Award-Winning Selinda Explorers Camp

April 14, 2015 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

unnamed (1)An ever–growing number of global adventure travelers are looking to experience Africa much the same way early 20th century travelers did, getting closer to nature and doing so with a combination of old world style and modern sustainability.

Great Plains Conservation, one of Africa’s most celebrated conservation organizations, operates award–winning safari camps and lodges throughout Kenya and Botswana, and has long been a leader in enhancing the traditional safari experience.

An ever–growing number of global adventure travelers are looking to experience Africa much the same way early 20th century travelers did, getting closer to nature and doing so with a combination of old world style and modern sustainability.

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The newly constructed Selinda Explorers Camp Lounge Photo Credit: Beverly Joubert

Great Plains Conservation, one of Africa’s most celebrated conservation organizations, operates award–winning safari camps and lodges throughout Kenya and Botswana, and has long been a leader in enhancing the traditional safari experience.

An ever–growing number of global adventure travelers are looking to experience Africa much the same way early 20th century travelers did, getting closer to nature and doing so with a combination of old world style and modern sustainability.

Great Plains Conservation, one of Africa’s most celebrated conservation organizations, operates award–winning safari camps and lodges throughout Kenya and Botswana, and has long been a leader in enhancing the traditional safari experience.

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The newly constructed Selinda Explorers Camp bed Photo Credit: Beverly Joubert

Dereck Joubert recently wrote, “in March, Beverly and I erected and furnished a brand new main area for Selinda Explorers Camp, decorated with red Bedouin rugs with furnishings and hammocks from Zanzibar and the East.” The camp, which consists of two “Meru” style tents — large, rectangular tents with openings front and side — includes the large lounge tent, a dining tent and four sleeping tents on the banks of the region’s primary waterway . This oasis is home to abundant wildlife including elephant, lion, cheetah, leopard, buffalo and a variety of antelope who come to bathe and drink in the Selinda Spillway.

“A magic place with the authenticity of original safari camps” a guest writes, “Africa but with luxury, simplicity and sophistication that only the Jouberts can achieve.”

For more information on Selinda Explorers Camp and other Great Plains Conservation safari properties in Africa, please visit:
www.greatplainsconservation.com

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