Full Episode! In Search of Africa’s “Big Five” on Safari in Tanzania

Nik and Dusty travel through the night to Tanzania, where they embark on their first ever wildlife safari through the famed African bush. Their goal? To capture (on camera) each of Africa’s famed Big Five animals – the lion, the giraffe, the elephant, the cape buffalo and the rhino. Along the way they stop in some of Africa’s most spectacular locations, including the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. But will a last-minute storm derail their safari and wash away their hopes?

Cheers y’all! And we hope you enjoy the ride. 🙂

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  1. Enjoyed your show. Leaving for Africa in October. Any travel tips? What month were you in Africa? Clothing suggestions? Like to give back – What about bringing school supplies to give out in villages?

    • Hi Nancy! Oh! you will absolutely LOVE it! We were in Tanzania and Kenya in April. It was a little chilly in the morning and evening time but got pretty hot during the day. We brought light jackets, lightweight long-sleeved shirts and short-sleeved shirts, lightweight hiking pants (some that zipped off into shorts), lightweight shorts, hiking shoes, and wide-brimmed hats. As far as giving goes, it’s a good idea to contact your tour company to ask them if there will be an opportunity to visit a school, village, or orphanage. And if so, what they would recommend for you to bring to give. Depending where you go, they may ask that you give to a particular person instead of directly to the children. Where exactly are you going? Be sure to keep us posted. We’d love to hear how your trip goes! And thanks so much for watching the show!

  2. Hello! Just watched your safari episode and loved it! Can you tell viewers which company you used to take you around and where it is you stayed?Looks like you had an amazing time and there are a number of companies offering safari treks. Thanks!

    • Hey Abby! Thanks so much! We went with a company called Adventure Life and highly recommend them! And there’s much more information about our trip – including some of the places we stayed – on our site here. Hope that helps! And if you holler at Adventure Life, tell ’em we sent you! 🙂 Cheers!

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