Karatu, TANZANIA – Gibb’s Farm is pleased to announce the appointment of Warren Green & Associates as its representative in the United States and Canada, with immediate effect. The industry’s favourite marketing company, headed by South African-born Warren Green, will be focusing on assisting sustainable ecotourism destinations to gain greater recognition in the North American travel market.
The move, says Gibb’s Farm General Manger, Peter Kerr, is an extension of the long standing relationship between Gibb’s Farm and the North American Travel Industry. Our association with North America extends back many years, as Gibb’s Farm has been a tranquil oasis for many American and Canadian travelers on safari in Tanzania. A luxury guest house in Northern Tanzania, Gibb’s Farm offers a welcome respite for the East Africa safari traveller where one will experience a sense of peace and well-being as the rhythms of the farm embrace you. Replenish with inspired, farm fresh organic cuisine. Surround yourself with the rich traditions of East African life, exclusive to Gibb’s Farm, and share an eternal sense of history and community.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Warren Green. There are many synergies connecting us: from Warren’s in-depth knowledge of the Tanzanian Safari and his extensive experience with sustainable tourism companies, to his exemplary track record in America,” says Kerr. “Warren will be dedicating a significant portion of his time to servicing our valued clients. His company’s focus on green initiatives and sustainable ecotourism destinations is an ideal match for the Gibb’s Farm philosophy of offering an experience that is both luxurious and responsible. We have a recognized, award-winning conservation program, have been honoured with numerous awards for 5-Star excellence (including ETC Responsible Tourism Showcase , Tanzania Tourism Board Sustainable Tourism Award, Conde Nast World Saver Awards)
“We would like to thank Andrea Hugo & Associates, and in particular Andrea Hugo, for their support over the past few years, and wish them well in the future.”