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andBeyond And WildEarth Are Streaming Live Twice A Day

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Hot off the press! Luxury travel company andBeyond and wildlife broadcasting experts WildEarth have come together on a mission to relieve the monotony of isolation and bring the beauty of the natural world right to their guests. WILDwatch went live on April 1, and it’s no April fool’s joke.

Viewers can watch twice a day, and they will be able to join up to two live safaris a day, each of which will last approximately three hours.

Both will be streamed in real-time from two renowned South African game reserves, andBeyond Ngala Private Game Reserve and Djuma Private Game Reserve.

Authentic and non-scripted, the virtual safari will follow the sights and sounds of the African wilderness as they unfold. Hosted by expert andBeyond and WildEarth field guides, the safari drives will be streamed over a variety of social media platforms each day during April.

Log on to to connect to Wildwatch Live. The game drives will also be screened via andBeyond’s Facebook and YouTube channels.

Check out their first episode here!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

The worldwide lockdown may have reduced the capacity for people to travel to distant places, but WILDwatch is bringing the Natural world to your home.

Who It's Perfect For:

Anyone who loves nature programs and dreams of going on a safari.

What Else:​

In addition to the broadcasts with WildEarth, andBeyond will also be hosting Instagram Live sessions led by guides from andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve, as well as andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp.

Additional Info:​

Log on to to connect to Wildwatch Live. You can also watch their live streamings via andBeyond’s Facebook and YouTube channels.

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