Congratulations to Botswana Safari Outfitter March 9th, 2010 • by Matt Holmes Tourism for Tomorrow 2010 Finalists Announced As part of Boundless Journeys’ commitment to traveling responsibly and and giving back to the areas in which we travel, we continually seek to develop partnerships with the best travel suppliers around the world. The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has announced the finalists for the 2010 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, and we are very proud that our partner in Southern Africa for Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia safaris has been nominated. Wilderness Safaris’ conservation efforts are a great match for Boundless Journeys’ mission, and we are lucky to work with them on all of our Southern Africa safaris. Under WTTC’s stewardship since 2003, the prestigious Awards recognize best practices in sustainable tourism in four different categories – Destination Stewardship, Conservation, Community Benefit, and Global Tourism Business. Over 160 entries were received this year from over 45 countries. The 12 finalists were selected by an international team of independent judges in each of the four award categories for having successfully demonstrated sustainable tourism practices, including the protection of natural and cultural heritage, social and economic benefits to local people, and environmentally friendly operations. Congratulations to Wilderness Safaris on this important recognition! To learn more about Boundless Journeys safaris to Southern Africa (Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia) with Wilderness Safaris please visit the Africa Tours section of the Boundless Journeys Web site. Join Our Inner Circle E-mail is the best way for us to let you know first about new trips, travel tips, special events, and current promotions. Sign up for our e-newsletter, e-mail your name and address to [email protected], or give us a call (800-941-8010) and we’ll keep you in the loop! We respect your privacy and will never sell or share your e-mail address with any third party company, and our unsubscribing process is easy and prompt.