The Selinda Reserve in Northern Botswana is one of the most pristine and prolific wilderness areas left in Africa. It is home to leopards, lions, elephants, cheetahs, zebras and giraffes, as well as more uncommon species such as the red lechwe, wild dog, roan and sable. The Selinda Reserve is managed by the Great Plains Conservation. This is a conservation and eco-tourism organization established to find the right formula of conservation, communities and commerce in order to sustain iconic wildlife and wilderness areas such as the reserve mentioned above.