Connecting kids with nature

Inspiring the next generation of conservation ambassadors

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What we do

We take kids ages 4-18 on free, live and interactive safari experiences, transporting them from wherever they are onto the back of a virtual safari vehicle!

For 45 minutes, kids join safariLIVE and tour some of the most iconic wildlife areas in the world. They interact with our expert naturalists in real time as they drive through the African wilderness, asking questions about what they see.

What we do

We take kids ages 4-18 on free, live and interactive safari experiences, transporting them from wherever they are onto their own personal virtual safari vehicle. All you need to do is sign up.

For 45 minutes, the kids join safariLIVE and go on a tour of some of the most iconic wildlife areas in the world. They are able to interact with our expert naturalists in real time as they drive through the African wilderness, asking questions about what they see.

Who we are

We are a team of filmmaking professionals passionate about wildlife, with a core mission of connecting people (young and old) with nature.  We are safariLIVE.

With decades of experience and access to the latest technology, we bring the African wild to thousands of viewers all over the world. We broadcast live from some of the most spectacular wildlife locations in Africa.

Your live safari experience

safariLIVE is an award-winning daily interactive broadcast, hosted by expert naturalists from South Africa.

Look out for animals including elephant, lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe and hippo. Marvel at birds and appreciate beautiful flowers, trees and landscapes.

How to sign up

Live sessions are booked through kidsbookings.wildearth.tv. Follow the detailed instructions on that page to submit your booking request and a representative will be in touch. If you are not contacted within 24-hours please reach out to as we are likely experiencing an issue with your email address.

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How to prepare

BEFORE THE SAFARI

  • Once you have successfully booked a safari you will receive a confirmation email that will include a link to a suite of supplemental resources that complement the live experience. Examples: animal fact sheets, meet our naturalists and more!

  • Check out previous safaris on our YouTube channel to learn more about the experience

  • Work with your kids to generate questions for our naturalists about the wildlife you might see

DAY OF THE SAFARI

You will need:

  • A reliable internet connection

  • Television, screen or projector to view the safari

  • Speakers to enjoy the sounds of the wild and to hear your naturalists responding to questions

  • An electronic device of your choice (laptop, tablet, desktop computer)

Your device will be used to stream the live YouTube feed

  • If you plan to use a projector or speakers, this device will need to be connected to the large screen/projector for viewing, as well as to the sound devices.

  • Ensure that you have permissions to view YouTube from your location. You can do this by visiting our previous live shows on our YouTube channel

  • Ensure that you have the latest Adobe Flash player installed

Why Choose Us

You get a targeted and exclusive safari experience. Kids are able to ask questions about what they encounter on safari. The answers will be tailored to the age of the child asking the question for the best understanding. 

It’s completely live. Kids get to experience the African wild in real time. Each safari is unique and keeps you on the edge of your seat as anything could be just around the corner!

You get a complete safari experience. Your kids will get the chance to marvel at nature’s wonders as we stand a chance to encounter anything from big cats to large herbivores.

Supplementary resources to enhance the experience

Once you have successfully booked a safari you will receive a confirmation email including a link to a suite of resources that complement the live experience. Below are two examples of what to expect!

Meet the naturalists

Discover the animals

See what past participants had to say

“safariLIVE has been an amazing educational experience for my students! As part of the original pilot program in the United States, I have seen the program grow to what it is today.  It is extremely easy to schedule tours, interact with the guides and the students are engage and inspired by the entire safariLIVE adventure. It’s a global experience that breaks down the classroom walls by bringing experts into the classroom that are continents away! It is truly engaging the minds of our youth and inspiring future conservationists.”

Stacey Moore, Third Grade Teacher, Three Oaks Elementary

“safariLIVE provides such an incredible and once in a lifetime experience for our patients and families who call Children’s National their home away from home. The program allows our patients to be transported to a world in which they may have not experienced – without leaving the comfort and security of their hospital bed! The mission of Seacrest Studios is to provide an uplifting distraction for our patients during their treatment, but also to promote healing through creative and engaged play. We wholeheartedly agree that safariLIVE is engaging, entertaining and educational, which correlates with our mission to inspire today’s youth through our programming.”

Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
Marina, British International School of Brussels
Chetan, British International School of Brussels
Aishwarya, British International School of Brussels

Frequently asked questions

Will we see anything too graphic during the safari?

  • We understand that nature can be graphic. We’re committed to avoiding overly graphic content during WildEarth Kids sessions, such as mating, hunting, carcasses, etc.

Will this work with my class curriculum?

  • It is important to realise that WildEarth Kids and safariLIVE are not classrooms and there is no agenda or curriculum in the show. While we appreciate the opportunity to connect the content of these live safaris to what your kids might be learning, our naturalists will always focus their discussion on what is happening on safari.

What animals are we likely to see?

  • The most common animals we see on safari are impalas, kudus, warthogs, elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, giraffes and various bird species

Where can I send thank you cards and/or videos?