..and Siwandu has ALSO been nominated!

Charles Dobie
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April 10, 2017
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Siwandu

After announcing last week's fantastic news of Jongomero's two World Travel Awards nominations we have even more good news..Siwandu has also been nominated for Tanzania's Leading Safari Lodge.

We thrive on ensuring each and every one of our guests receive the very best safari experience; each aspect of our service is detailed to perfection from the cuisine, housekeeping and guiding through to management, decor and most importantly wildlife experience. Receiving such wonderful feedback from our guests is gift enough, however we are also thrilled to be recognised by our peers within the travel industry who have championed both Siwandu and Jongomero for these outstanding awards.

Thank you already for voting for both Jongomero's nominations and we kindly ask you to take to your polling stations once again and visit the World Travel Awards voting page and show your support for Siwandu, our stunning safari camp within the watery wilderness of Selous Game Reserve.

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