Check out online and free safaris held in Kruger National Park, South Africa
Did you know that it is possible to go online safaris through Africa? During the month of April, several guides from the Kruger National Park, in South Africa, broadcast live, for thousands of viewers to follow the hunt for animals that live in the region.
The transmissions take place twice a day, for 3 hours, and in it you will be able to know some curiosities of the fauna that make up the African savannah. In addition, the guides also prepare a fun live chat where viewers can ask questions and clear up some doubts about the Ngala Private Game Reserve, Djuma Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Phinda Private Game Reserve, reservations that share the same area with Kruger Park.
To submit questions, use #wildearth on Twitter or the chats available at the time of broadcast. At the broadcast website it is also possible to watch the previous safaris.
Lives take place every day from 11 am to 2 pm and from 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm (Brazil time), on YouTube and Facebook. On Instagram, broadcasts can happen at any time. To see the safari live on Instagram, follow @andbeyondtravel.
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