WildEarth Expeditions

WildEarth offers special tailored safaris to its filming locations for viewers who want to delve in deeper. Hosted by a WildEarth guide, the trip will not only include two safaris a day in a fantastic location but also a chance to meet your favourite WildEarth animal characters in real life and go behind the scenes during the broadcasting of safariLIVE.

Past Expeditions

9 – 13 June 2022 Expedition

27 – 31 May 2022 Expedition

23 – 26 May 2022 Expedition

21 – 25 April 2022 Expedition

2-9 Nov 2021 Expedition

28 Oct – 2 Nov 2021 Expedition

Maasai Mara 2022

In August 2022 WildEarth will return to the Maasai Mara to broadcast the wildebeest migration.

Be a part of the WildEarth crew that shares this unique spectacle with the world … LIVE!

You can join us to share this unique spectacle with the world as we broadcast LIVE!

Join our naturalists David Githu and Isaac Rotich to experience the Great Migration from a seat in our broadcast vehicles where you will not only see this amazing spectacle first-hand but see what it takes to film and broadcast LIVE with a front row seats to all the action – in front of the lens and behind the scenes.

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Kenya’s Maasai Mara is the ultimate safari location. Its breathtaking scenery and jaw-dropping animal sightings will create lifelong memories. But joining a WildEarth Expedition goes beyond that as you can now take part in sharing this beauty with your family, friends and people around the world.

You will be staying in Camp Oloshaiki on the Talek River in the Masai Mara and you’ll be right there with David and Isaac when they go LIVE.

You’ll join in the planning and preparations before going out, can help set up and check the gear, create film footage for a unique Expedition documentary, or participate in various other ways in line with your interests and skills.

But, of course, it’s not all work and no play. There will be amazing game viewing to your heart’s content and plenty of time for rest and relaxation, to have dinner with the crew, go on a gentle stroll along the river bank or discussing the best sightings of the day with your fellow Expeditioneers.