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To nominate a property just enter its name in the box below. This will check if the property has already been nominated.

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The 2022 Long List

The last two years have had a massive impact across our whole industry. Despite the ongoing efffect of Covid, we still wanted to recognise the very best safari products and throughout Africa.

So this year we are doing something a little bit different, celebrating the best of the best since the inception of the Safari Awards. We have just published the 2022 Long List and will be revealing more in due course.

About the Safari Awards

The Safari Awards principally honour safari properties globally, but also shine the spotlight on conservation organisations, rural charities and conservation individuals.

Here at the Safari Awards, we know that every safari is unique and special but our Awards give credit to the lodges, guides, spas and food that you have experienced on safari that go over and above your expectations.

It is not all about luxury but about the essence of a safari experience that showcases the wonder of wildlife, as well as providing a memorable visit or adventure.

Safari Awards Nominations Guidelines

If you have been on a particularly unique, awe-inspiring safari, or experienced anything especially memorable, in any way, please let us know using the form below.

In order to reflect a true safari experience in our Awards process, please take note of the nomination criteria:

  • the safari property/operator must be located/operate in a wildlife reserve (national or private), or adjacent to wildlife reserve (game, bird or marine life), and must not be located in a city or a large town
  • the safari property/operator must offer wildlife viewing excursions, whether big game or marine wildlife tourism viewing
  • the safari property/operator must feasibly be part of the 'safari circuit'- somewhere visitors will stay as part of their safari holiday
  • the safari property/operator can be anywhere in the world- 'safari' does not just mean ‘Africa' anymore