This African Safari live cam drive broadcasts from South Africa at the Djuma Game Reserve, Sabi Sands, Chitwa Chitwa, beyond Ngala or the Tswalu Kalahari game reserves. The game reserves are private and protected. Private African Safari tours, plush lodges and vacations are common in the area because of its large amount of wildlife and of course, the big 5.
There are 2 drives per day, one in the morning and another in the evening hours During the safari a Ranger will drive around the reserve looking for wild animals. Another person sits in back of the truck and controls the camera your watching from. Sometimes you will see guides on foot or the use of drones.
Here is a short list of some animals that you could see on the African Safari Live Cam: lions, leopards, kudu, impalas, elephants, giraffes, monkeys, wildebeest, zebras, buffalos, hippos, various birds and more. For more information about the live safari or to show your support please visit wildearth.tv.
Sunrise safari start time: 6:30am local time(11:30pm EST, 10:30pm CST, 9:30pm MTN, 8:30pm PST, 4:30pm GMT).
Sunset safari start time: 2:30pm local time (7:30 EST, 6:30am CST, 5:30am MTN, 4:30am PST, 12:30am GMT).
What are the big 5?
The lion, leopard, rhino (both black and white), elephant, and Cape buffalo
Where are these african safari game reserves located? Djuma, beyond Ngala, Chitwa Chitwa are all located in the northeastern part of South Africa, surrounded by Kruger National park. Not to mention, Kruger National park is South Africas 1st and largest National park. Tswalu Kalahari is South Africas largest private african safari game reserve(owned by the Oppenheimer family). That park is located in north central South Africa.
What makes Kruger National Park so special?
Kruger National park offers amazing wildlife viewing of Africas most iconic wildlife such as the big 5. As of 2018, it is home to about 12,500 Elephants, 27,500 African Buffalo, 2,100 leopards and 2,850 lions(WOW). Kruger park is public and you can have your own African Safari and self drive through it, although there are guided tours too.