Great Plains Conservation, the commercial arm to Great Plains Foundation and which operates safari camps in Botswana and Kenya, strives to secure African landscapes of a scale large enough to also protect its resident and seasonal wildlife populations. For example, Great Plains Foundation convert hunting land or agricultural land to wildlife conservation supported by photographic tourism.
The overarching theory is that without large protected landscapes where migration routes are maintained, then wildlife will not stand a chance of survival.
Great Plains Foundation is the project side to Great Plains Conservation, with running projects and initiatives which benefit the land, its people and importantly its wildlife.
Initiatives which fall under the foundation include; Land For Lions, Ride For Lions, Rhinos Without Borders, Big Life Foundation, Masaai Olympics and Trees for Change.
Making a difference: A percentage of profits from all our safaris is donated to Great Plains Foundation. By joining our safaris, you are already supporting the increased protection of big cats, wildlife and wild places to safeguard big cats and wildlife.