LIVE Safari

Daily live safari broadcast from the African bush

Escape into nature with WildEarth any time of day and view an array of African animalsin real-time.

WildEarth offers award-winning live safari experiences.

These are broadcast directly from the African wilderness to your homes via the Internet or the 24/7 WildEarth channel.

Broadcasts are suitable for kids, adults, and families alike.

WildEarth has seasoned game rangers, safari vehicles, drones, balloons, rovers, and remote cams searching for all your favorite animals.

As the WildEarth safari live broadcast is in real-time, everything is completely unscripted and unpredictable.

This is reality TV as it should be – authentic and REAL.

Watch WildEarth Safari Live Now

WildEarth’s safari live brings you live safari broadcasts hosted by expert guides in Africa.

These broadcasts usually come to you from the Sabi Sands (Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa), Tswalu Kalahari, and even the Maasai Mara (south-western Kenya).

See More on WildEarth Safari Live YouTube

When the live stream is offline, you can still enjoy all the latest safari recordings below.

Or visit the official WildEarth YouTube channel for even more interactive wildlife experiences.

NB: To choose past events in the video player, click on the playlist icon as shown in the screenshot below.

WildEarth Safari Live Broadcast Schedule

Leopard on a dirt road at Djuma Private Game Reserve, South Africa

Wanting to watch WildEarth live today?

There are daily safaris taking place each day during sunrise and sunset.

Check out the broadcasting schedule.

WildEarth live sunrise safari

Start your day off with a WildEarth safari live stream.

Watch as the sun lights up the African savanna and the animals begin to go about their morning routines.

When: Monday to Sunday.

Central African Time (CAT): 05:30 am – 08:30 am.

WildEarth live sunset safari

WildEarth sunset safari live broadcasts are a popular option, too.

Experience the African sunset and watch as some animals take their slumber while others come out to play.

When: Monday to Sunday.

Central African Time (CAT): 15:30 pm – 19:30 pm.

See a WildEarth Safari Live Now

Screenshot of the WildEarth Channel

The African wilderness is one of the most beautiful places to explore.

For those wanting to interact with the many animals found here, you can watch a WildEarth live safari now on YouTube or on the following WildEarth channels.

Open your eyes for…

Big cats, elephants, hippos, plus many other mammals, birds and reptiles.

What did you spot today?

Feel free to comment below to share your latest wildlife sightings. 😉

Cheers and enjoy your virtual safari!

Bonus: For a truly magical experience, visit Africa and discover its wildlife live and in person. To do so, check out these incredible safari deals and start planning your next adventure.

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17 thoughts on “LIVE Safari”

  1. I’ve just found your streaming on You Tube. Didn’t think I’d ever be interested in elephants spraying behind their ears or drinking first, or why young bull calves start to walk at the rear and then, finally, declare their independence and peel off forever. But, there you go! I think the commentary is what makes it so interesting. So, thank you. I’m hooked.

    1. Hi Jacques,

      Safari Live is mainly active in the Masai Mara during the Great Wildebeest Migration. That being said, WildEarth recently decided to stop their broadcasts from the Mara – for now.

      “We love the Mara and would have loved to make it a permanent feature in our broadcasts again. However, while our situation is slowly improving, we still need to be very prudent with our spending and the Mara is a very expensive location to operate from.”

      More info here:

      Hope this helps,


  2. Beautiful show!! Please continue with Kyle (Tswalu Kalahari) – he is just fantastic. Dylan (Tswalu Kalahari) the attention seeker, was so over the top and preferred being in front of the camera. Would love to see more of Phinda and Mala Mala.

  3. I absolutely love watching live from Djuma, Ngala, Kalahari, Maasai Mara, and Phinda. Love when we get to see from Maasai Mara. I watched big cat diary and follow the marsh pride and all the lion prides through the years. Thank you for all you do, it brings me so much joy.

    1. Jambo,

      African wild dogs do indeed live in the area where SafariLIVE operates. Though you will have to be very lucky to spot them: it’s an endangered species after all! Besides, wild dogs are always on the move in search of food.

      Game viewing chances are higher in Sabi Sands where they have been seen on several occasions in the past 3 months.

      Good luck and happy spotting! 😉

  4. Hello Michael,

    If I wanted to make each of the guides a wood burnt picture of their favorite creature to display my appreciation for their devotion to their job. How would I go about that endeavor?

    I would need all of their favorite animals except Tristan, he is the Leopard Hunter. The rest have not emphatically stated their precedence several times.

    I can send you examples of what I have done if needed.


    Keith Cooper

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