We are pleased to let you know that two of Africa Reps clients have their properties nominated for the Good Safari Guide awards
has three properties nominated
The Manor at Ngorongoro
Now in its second year of operation, The Manor has proved to be the premier property in the Ngorongoro Highlands. Not only conveniently located for visiting the crater but also a destination in its own right, a true up-country Manor house set in superb gardens, enjoying far-flung views of Africa and providing horse back riding, estate walks and picnics, mountain biking and massage therapies.
The perfect place for up-country chilling.
Well established as one of the most exciting game experiences to be had on the northern circuit. With tree platforms all positioned five to eight meters above ground enjoying spectacular views over the surrounding bush this experience appeals to guests of all ages. Being in Maasailand ‘proper’ there is a definite Maasai theme to this property, from the staff, to the boma dining and cultural themes throughout. Bush walks, night game drives and special sundowners make Tarangire Treetops very special
Its not often these days that one finds a unique resort property but Kilindi is just that. The first sight of its white domed pavilions, which dot the ocean facing hillsides of North western Zanzibar, let you know in no uncertain terms that Kilindi is different.
Romantic, private villa complexes provide the ultimate get away from it all holiday experience featuring plunge pools, terraces, day pavilions and stunning accommodation all surrounded by natural tropical indigenous vegetation.
We are also proud to say that our other nominated client
Selous Game Reserve
Which is no stranger to the Good Safari Guide awards having won
Runner up for the Best Camp in Africa 2010
Runner up for the Best Camp in East Africa 2010
Winner of Best Camp in East Africa 2008
Beho Beho is well known to a niche market of safari connoisseurs as a very private camp where guests join a house-party atmosphere of serious guiding, by boat, on foot and in safari vehicles, by day and sophisticated but unpretentious unbounded hospitality by night all hosted by some of the most experienced guides in safari Africa. Often described as ‘like staying with friends’ the camp attracts many repeat guests who think of it as their home in the bush.
If you too have experienced any of the above properties and think that they deserve your vote to receive a Good Safari Guide Award here is a convenient link.
All votes have to be cast by 31st March and presentations of the awards will be made at Indaba on 6th May.