WildEarth has partnered with Africam to take LIVE at the WaterHole to the next level. What does this mean? More cameras, more content, and more quality time with your favourite wildlife creatures across Africa!

WildEarth and Africam’s shared vision and mission for nature brought us together. As a platform that connects people to the wonders of our natural world, WildEarth has made a commitment to always bring our viewers the most authentic and immersive wildlife experiences.

Like WildEarth, Africam is a passionate group of wildlife enthusiasts who want to conserve and protect our wonderful wildlife and the pristine ecosystems that they inhabit. They showcase these animals through live, HD cameras placed all across Africa. Our partnership means that many of these cameras will feature on LIVE at the Waterhole!

LIVE at the WaterHole will broadcast from Africam’s thirteen HD cameras stationed across Africa in Namibia, Kenya, and South Africa!

Large, tusker elephants in Tembe Elephant Park, South Africa

Here’s a sneak peek into a few!

Okaukuejo Waterhole Camera in Namibia

Located in Etosha National Park, the Okaukuejo waterhole is teeming with life all year round. This waterhole has been called the best place in Africa to see the endangered and solitary-natured black rhino. The camera catches hundreds of zebras and antelope there at once and numerous elephants.

Ol Donyo Lodge Camera in Kenya

In the heart of the Chyulu hills between Kenya’s Tsavo and Amboseli National Parks, the Ol Donyo Lodge is home to a variety of wildlife. The Ol Donyo Lodge Cam sees visits from a big tusker named One Ton the Elephant, a lioness with three growing cubs, two male lions, an East-African oryx, a yellow baboon, and more!

Kruger Shalati Camera in South Africa

Wild dogs! Hippos! Leopards! Otter! Crocodile! Hippos! Buffalo! Bushbuck! Bats under the bridge! Crocodiles! More hippos!

Hippo in the Water

Watch out! Hippos in the Kruger!

Vuyatela Dam Camera in South Africa

Did you know that the Djuma Private Game Reserve hosted the very first waterhole webcam in Africa? Djuma’s leopards, resident lion prides, elephants, giraffes, hyenas, and antelope can often be seen drinking from this waterhole.

Kamfers Dam Camera in South Africa

The stars of this Kimberley dam camera are gorgeous, pink flamingoes! Thousands of the lesser flamingos use Kamfers Dam as one of only four breeding sites in Africa. Animals caught on this camera are springbok, otter, water mongoose, aardvark, and more.

Kamfers Dam is absolutely breathtaking at sundown!

Cat Eye Camera in South Africa

This camera sweeps the floors of the Naledi Game Lodge in the Kruger National Park. It offers a low-level “cat-eye” view of wildlife. Elephants and our curious creatures have been caught inspecting the camera, whilst hyenas choose to give it a smooch!

As lovers of wildlife and Africa, WildEarth and Africam can’t wait for you to join us on LIVE at the WaterHole!