Caught on Safari: Live!

November 9th 2008
Nat Geo Wild at 8:00am

This is a unique opportunity to experience a breathtaking African safari, live as it happens. Follow wildlife film-maker John Varty over seven days as he explores the pristine bushveld of Mpumalanga, South Africa, searching for the majestic animals and spectacular sights of this stunning region.

Michaela Strachan will be on hand to give updates and insight into this incredible live TV event. Combined with some hair-raising stories from real game rangers, the trackers reveal what it's really like to live and work in an African paradise.


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:07 PM

    This must be the most boring show ever. The old fellow is content to talk and talk and talk while leopards sleep in the background. Then the perky host comes back on and talks about the "amazing scene" we just finished watching which was actually extremely boring. Good wildlife photography takes months and years to do right. It's unlikely you're going to catch anything very exciting in a live shoot. Two hours a night of watching leopards sleep and tigers look at the camera from half a mile away adds nothing to my day. The guy with the fish and waterfowl is a little more interesting but not much. "Breathtaking" it is not.