Great Plains Conservation is a multi-award winning company with safari camps and lodges in Kenya and Botswana. It takes stressed and threatened environments and surrounds them with compassionate protection and intelligent management. Foremost a conservation organization, Great Plains operates ecotourism to maintain conservation as a sustainable land use alternative.
World-renowned, Emmy-award winning filmmakers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert are co-founders and chief executives of Great Plains, and have both been appointed National Geographic "Explorers in Residence". Deeply involved in Great Plains, conservation is their passion. The incredible safaris their organization runs in Botswana and Kenya are a clear demonstration of the success of this ecotourism model. To find out more about a safari with Great Plains, please contact our Africa specialists.