Great Plains Conservation and its Foundation are committed to securing and managing fragile African landscapes on a scale large enough to protect its resident and seasonal wildlife populations. In that effort, they identify and select key areas that are under threat, often next to national parks, World Heritage Sites, and reserves, and acquire the rights to convert that land to protected areas with economic benefits to local communities.
Next Adventure is proud to be a longtime supporter of Great Plains, and we applaud their impressive track record of converting hunting concessions or agricultural land to wildlife conservation areas supported by photographic tourism.
The Great Plains collection of world-class safari camps in Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe are global leaders in sustainability, demonstrating that commercial operations can positively benefit landscapes when done correctly. These exceptional camps and lodges are also among our favorites, consistently delivering high-quality safari experiences with leading guides, breathtaking design and keen attention to detail.



Zarafa Camp

Zarafa Camp is an intimate, four room exquisite tented camp located on the 330,000 acre Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana, […]

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Duba Plains

The renowned and totally brand new Duba Plains Camp sits in the heart of the Okavango Delta. A recent guest […]

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Selinda Camp

Set in one of the most pristine wilderness areas left on our planet, the brand new Selinda Camp rests on […]

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Duba Explorers Camp

Duba Explorers Camp in Northern Botswana, is tucked away in the northeast corner of the Duba Plains concession, a 77,000 […]

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Mara Plains Camp

Mara Plains Camp is a one-of-a-kind, seven tent camp located in the private 35,000-acre Olare Motorogi Conservancy, just on the […]

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Mara Nyika

Mara Nyika, meaning “Large Plains or Great Plains,” is the newest edition to the Great Plains Conservation family of camps […]

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Mara Expedition Camp

Mara Expedition Camp sits in a small bend in the Ntiakitiak River, where thick forest meets savannah, and just a […]

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Ol Donyo Lodge

Ol Donyo Lodge is located on the Maasai-owned Mbirikani Group Ranch, comprising of 275,000 acres of wilderness between Amboseli and […]

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Sapi Explorers Camp

The 118,000 hectare private Sapi Concession was awarded to Great Plains Conservation to manage and look after in 2016. Immediately […]

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Tembo Plains

“Tembo” meaning Elephant and reflects more than just a place and a name honouring the animals on these plains. It […]

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