Great Plains Conservation
Great Plains Conservation is a South Africa-based conservation organization that manages several wildlife reserves in Kenya and Botswana. The group currently operates six reserves, which include luxury lodges and tent camps. It works together with local governments and community groups to promote low-density, environmentally conscious tourism, supplying economic incentives for the protection of wildlife.
Great Plains Conservation was founded in 2006 by a group of conservationists and filmmakers. Its CEO is Dereck Joubert.
- Satoa, Member details: Great Plains Conservation. Retrieved 27-12-2012.
- National Geographic, Private Safaris: About Great Plains Conservation. Retrieved 27-12-2012.
- African Travel & Tourism Association, Great Plains Conservation announces association with Relais & Châteaux. 12 November 2012. Retrieved 27-12-2012.
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