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The Kusini Collection Portfolio Members Win Big at the Safari Awards

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Norman-Carr-Winner-Best-Africa-Experience-Safari-AwardsSeattle, WA – Kusini Collection portfolio member Norman Carr Safaris and Chongwe Safaris took home numerous accolades in the 2015 Safari Awards held in London Sunday night and sponsored by Good Safari Guide. Norman Carr Safaris was awarded the Grand Prize as the “Best Safari Experience in Africa.” Chinzombo, Norman Carr’s luxurious flagship property won “Best New Camp in Africa” for the second year in a row.

All the awards bestowed on Norman Carr Safaris and Chongwe Safaris were as follows:

  • Norman Carr Safaris – Grand Prize Winner, Best Safari Experience in Africa
  • Norman Carr Safaris – Winner, Best Walking Safari in Africa (second year in a row)
  • Chinzombo – Winner, Best New Camp in Africa (second year in a row)
  • Chongwe House – Runner Up, Best Safari House in Africa
  • Chinzombo – Runner Up, Best Safari Cuisine in Africa

Chongwe-River-HouseOver 4,000 vetted tour operators, travel agents and travel journalists are invited to vote for the best safari camps, lodges, houses, mobile and riding operators, and wildlife organizations. This creates the ‘awards nominees’ list that is published on The Safari Award’s website and which is then voted upon by those in the travel business.

Kusini Collection portfolio members Ultimate Safaris in Namibia and Imvelo Safari Lodges in Zimbabwe were also named as finalists in a number of categories in the Safari Awards.  Congratulations to all for their recognition of excellence in the safari industry!

The Kusini Collection represents New Frontiers Tours, Classic Africa Safaris, Ultimate Safaris, Albatros Travel East Africa, Norman Carr Safaris, Chongwe Safaris, Imvelo Safari Lodges, Travel Ethiopia, Tucano Peru and Maya Trails Guatemala. We strive to keep our trade partners in North America updated and ahead of the game, as well as confident and efficient in their product training and knowledge in the destinations where we work.

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