Immerse yourself in the African wild from wherever you are in the world

Virtual Safaris

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about virtual safaris

Experience WILD Africa FROM the comfort of your own home

Immerse yourself in the African wild from wherever you are in the world and join our expert safari guides on a live, intimate, and fully interactive virtual exploration of the African wild – a place like no other!

Observe the bathing rituals of elephants and the power plays of lion, or learn about how giraffe get outsmarted by talking trees and why hornbills lock up their mates.

Not only may ask your expert guide any questions and make comments, we encourage it. Our passion is the African wild and our joy is being able to share it with you!

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What previous guests have said about PAINTEDDOG.TV virtual safaris
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How it works

Immerse yourself in the African wild from wherever you are in the world

You will participate in the safari via a video streaming app of your choice  – YouTube, Zoom, Vimeo, Teams and others – using the device of your choice – a smart television, tablet, computer or even your phone – as long as it has internet connectivity.

After booking your safari we will email you a Welcome Pack, which includes:

  1. A private video link to the safari;
  2. Information about the reserve on which the safari will happen, including a map;
  3. An introduction to your expert safari guide.

On the day of the safari, we will activate the live video stream 10 minutes before the safari begins. To join, you will use the private link in the Welcome Pack. Your method of communicating with your guide will depend on your streaming app of choice; it may be text, voice or video.

Easy to follow instructions will also be included in the Welcome Pack, but if anything is still unclear or if you have any questions, please do contact us via email and we will get right back to you.

We cannot wait to have you on safari with us!



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Details & Pricing

More info to pick the safari for you

Your safari takes place on Pridelands Conservancy, part of Balule Nature Reserve in the iconic Greater Kruger National Park (GKNP), in South Africa. Pridelands is a conservation success story worth celebrating.  A former hunting farm turned back into a wildlife haven by its new owners, John and Anton Lategan, in 2017, the first fences between Pridelands and the GKNP were dropped, adding 2000 ha, or 4900 acres, of land to the GKNP. The Conservancy is also home to EcoTraining, pioneers and leaders in safari guide and wildlife training in Africa.