WHEN YOU CAN'T TRAVEL TO AFRICA, WE'LL BRING WHAT WE CAN OF AFRICA TO YOU!
ESCAPE THE BOREDOM OF ISOLATION WITH A VIRTUAL TASTE OF THE UNRIVALED AFRICAN SAFARI EXPERIENCE
Our partner, &Beyond, is collaborating with wildlife broadcasting experts WildEarth to take everyone on a virtual safari! They stream 3-hour game drives twice daily live from &BEYOND Ngala Private Game Reserve and Djuma Private Game Reserve in South Africa.
You can join the safaris between:
06:30 am – 09:30 am CAT (morning game drive, sunrise dependent)
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm CAT (afternoon game drive, sunset dependent)
The game drives are hosted by expert &BEYOND and WildEarth field guides. They’re unscripted and authentic, each broadcast unique depending on the natural unpredictability of the African bush – an unpredictability that might sometimes affect streaming quality. Each safari is shot live, seamlessly shifting between three or four feeds to bring you the most awesome wildlife action as it happens.
You’re free to join up to two live safaris a day, streamed in real-time from two renowned game reserves in South Africa: the &BEYOND Ngala Private Game Reserve and the Djuma Private Game Reserve. The Ngala Private Game Reserve borders the famed Kruger National Park and shares the park’s spectacular variety of wildlife. The Djuma Private Game Reserve is part of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and acts as a home to all kinds of animals big and small, including the famed “big five” game animals.
Don’t forget, this is your game drive! Interact with the guides and ask them questions using #wildearth on Twitter.
The perfect destination for solo travellers, couples and families alike, the Ngala Private Game Reserve has something for everyone. Accommodations at the private concession include comfortable tented suites, spacious thatched and family-sized cottages and a romantic, remote treehouse in the African bush. Families will love the WILDChild programme, which gives kids the chance to learn more about Africa to create cherished memories. The ideal time to start organizing your safari is six to eight months before your planned departure date – especially if you want to travel during peak seasons, including around school holidays.