Rosie's pan

About Rosie's pan

Naledi Game Lodge is set right in the heart of Big Game country, unfenced to the world's most famous reserve, the magnificent Kruger National Park. The Naledi waterhole camera is extremely remote and presents a realistic depiction of untouched Africa and its wildlife. It provides the very best of woodland and savannah. Run exclusively on solar power, this all green operation aims to bring wild Africa to you wherever you are, with LIVE full motion video and dynamic sound.

When to view: From a game viewing perspective, animals are around throughout the year with peak viewing over the winter months from around May to October. There are the usual suspects during the day. You can catch the sunrise or sunset “rush” before waiting for the night time sightings, when some of the rare animals make an appearance.

Nkorho pan

About Nkorho pan

Located deep in the heart of Africa in the Sabi and Game Reserve, Nkorho Bush Lodge is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife and is the premier way to experience the African bushveld. The Nkorho area is famous for hosting the “Big Five” animals, a myriad of bird species, and various endangered species. This camera has infrared technology and you can feel the thrill as this camera comes alive with nocturnal animals ruling the night. The park also shares 50 kilometers of its unfenced boundary line with neighboring Kruger National Park allowing animals pass casually between the two parks, unhindered and abundant.

About GRACE

The eastern lowland gorilla is an endangered primate endemic to the montane forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In an effort to aid the imperilled species, the Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education Center (GRACE) was set up near the Tayna Nature Reserve with the main goal of nursing orphaned primates back to health and ultimately releasing them back into the wild. To offer some insight into the daily activities of the sanctuary's inhabitants, a live cam was installed at a busy corridor that connects the animals' night quarters with the DRC forest habitat. If primates are your thing, tune in and get a glimpse of gorilla goings-on.

Cat Eye

About Cat Eye

This camera has been set up at the eye level of a leopard so as to get a unique view of the scale of the animals that frequent the waterhole. The giraffe and elephant tower over the camera giving the viewer a completely different perspective.

The animals that visit this camera can range from cheetah, lions, elephant, giraffe, impala, baboons, warthog, owls, Egyptian geese, genets, meercats, waterbuck and porcupines.

Tau waterhole

About Tau Waterhole

On the Northern border of South Africa and Botswana lies a beautiful area known as the Groot Marico, named after the Marico River. This spectacular setting houses Tau Game Lodge situated in the Madikwe Game Reserve (the 4th largest game reserve in the country). The lodge overlooks Tau Waterhole, an oasis for animals and wildlife including elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers, zebras, and cheetahs.

Along with these animals this area attracts over 27 species of game and is a prime spot for bird watchers. The waterhole also houses resident nile crocodiles that prey on small game and birds. The Tau live camera gives viewers a secret window into this sanctuary and it’s robust South African ecosystem as elephants bathe, lions roar, wild dogs roam, and crocodiles prey.

Naledi dam

About Naledi Dam

Be amazed by the number of birds that you can see and hear whilst waiting for animals to wander through the brush to the water. Woodland and Giant Kingfishers are frequent visitors amongst an array of other bird species.

Tembe Elephant Park

About Tembe Elephant Park

If it's elephants you're after, this is the livestream for you. The grey giants are regularly seen quenching their thirst or enjoying a dust bath on the banks of a waterhole in South Africa's Tembe Elephant Park where this camera is located. The park is also home to a multitude of other species including lions, rhinos, Cape buffalos, warthogs, nyala, and leopards.

Olifants River

About Olifants River

This camera is set on the banks of the mighty Olifants river, near the Naledi Game Lodge. This river is a tributary of the Limpopo river. The Olifants river has its source between Breyten and Bethal in the province of Mpumalanga and flows northwards then eastwards as it passes through the Kruger National Park and Mozambique on its way to join the Limpopo about 190km inland before flowing into the Indian Ocean.

This camera is among the very few cameras that continuously capture the moods and the majesty of a wild, perennial African river.

Crocodile and hippos are regularly seen in the river while elephant and giraffe are seen grazing on the banks and crossing the river. Other animal which frequent this camera are baboons, waterbuck, bushbuck, impalas, storks, herons and owls can also be seen foraging along the banks.

Kwa Maritane

About Kwa Maritane

Situated in the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, Kwa Maritane is situated on the foot of an old volcano.

Mpala Research Centre Cam 1

About Mpala Research Centre

This wildlife cam is upriver from the watering hole at Mpala Research Centre in central Kenya's Laikipia County. From here, you have views of the wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. Keep an eye out for elephants, giraffes, kudus and many other animals as they make their way to the watering hole, the fields behind it (known as Tranquility Glade) or Basking Beach. Tune in between 6-7am local time (UTC+3) to catch a stunning sunrise.

Mpala Research Centre Cam 2

About Mpala Research Centre

This wildlife cam is upriver from the watering hole at Mpala Research Centre in central Kenya's Laikipia County. From here, you have views of the wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. Keep an eye out for elephants, giraffes, kudus and many other animals as they make their way to the watering hole, the fields behind it (known as Tranquility Glade) or Basking Beach. Tune in between 6-7am local time (UTC+3) to catch a stunning sunrise.

Mpala Research Centre Cam 3

About Mpala Research Centre

This wildlife cam is upriver from the watering hole at Mpala Research Centre in central Kenya's Laikipia County. From here, you have views of the wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. Keep an eye out for elephants, giraffes, kudus and many other animals as they make their way to the watering hole, the fields behind it (known as Tranquility Glade) or Basking Beach. Tune in between 6-7am local time (UTC+3) to catch a stunning sunrise.

Djuma Private Game Reserve

About Djuma Private Game Reserve

This camera watches over Gowrie dam on Djuma Game Reserve, in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, South Africa. In fact this is the oldest waterhole cam in Africa and the world. It’s been broadcasting LIVE from this spot since 1998. With some luck you will see big cats coming for a drink or even on a kill close by. You can also expect to see a lot of impala (light brown antelope), waterbuck (white circle on rump), nyala (males have yellow legs and females have white stripes on flanks) and many other types of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Wild Earth Safari Live

About Wild Earth Safari Live

Available on both the internet and television, this show enables you to interact with an expert game ranger in real time. Safari vehicles, guides on foot, drones, balloons, rovers and remote cams are all searching for their favourite characters. Completely unscripted and unpredictable – this show is reality TV as it is supposed to be. Authentic and REAL.


SUNRISE SAFARI

Monday to Sunday

Central African Time (CAT): 06:00am – 09:00am
East African Time (EAT): 07:00am – 10:00am
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): 02:00pm – 05:00pm


SUNSET SAFARI

Monday to Sunday

Central African Time (CAT): 15:30pm – 18:30pm
East African Time (EAT): 16:30pm – 19:30pm
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): 11:30pm – 02:30am

Ol Pejeta

About Ol Pejeta

From a working cattle ranch in colonial Kenya, to a trailblazer of conservation innovation - the story of Ol Pejeta is as enchanting as it is inspirational.

Today, Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in east Africa, and home to two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino. It is the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, in a Sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals rescued from the black market. It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya, and still manages a very successful livestock programme. Ol Pejeta also seeks to support the people living around its borders, to ensure wildlife conservation translates to better education, healthcare and infrastructure for the next generation of wildlife guardians.