Ecotourism is increasingly trendy, but this African safari operator has been walking the walk for 35 years.
A buffalo herd commuting to a water hole in Mombo camp, Botswana.

MOMBO. IT’S A NAME SYNONYMOUS with watching the world’s most majestic wildlife. The remote camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta set the benchmark in luxury lodging when Wilderness Safaris, the industry’s pioneering ecotourism outfitter, took the reins in 1999. By boldly deviating from the once-rustic standards in the delta, the company transformed the camp into an upscale destination with five-star

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