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Go On A South African Safari From The Comfort Of Your Couch
While traveling across the world may be out of the question right now, escaping virtually isn’t. Several of South Africa’s game parks have set up webcams to allow viewers to enjoy some of the country’s main attractions.
Whether you’re a nature lover or just want to catch a glimpse of the ‘big 5,’ these virtual experiences are the perfect way to watch these wild animals in their natural habitat.
Most game reserves stream 24-hours a day and for a more interactive experience, you can tune in to WildEarth TV’s online safaris which are streamed live daily at sunrise and sunset (S.A. time). Watch as professional gamekeepers and park rangers go out into the savannah on land cruisers to scout for wildlife, recreating the experience of a fully-fledged safari.
Below is a list of game parks currently offering the 24-hour streams:
- Tembe Elephant Park (Africam)
- Tembe Elephant Park (Explore.org)
- Cat-Eye Game Lodge (Africam)
- Naledi Dam (Africam)
- Nkorho (Africam)
- Nkorho Bush Lodge (Explore.org)
- Olifants River (Africam)
- Olifants River (Explore.org)
- Kwa Maritane (Africam)
- Tau Waterhole (Explore.org)
- Rosie’s Pan (Explore.org)