Over eight days, four videos will be brought to you from the Serengeti and put together by four of the best photographers and guides working in East Africa. The interactive TV show hopes to draw attention (and people) back to the Serengeti, which needs tourism to come back. The hosts include guides Richard Knocker and Jombi Kivuyo, award-winning wildlife photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks and filmmaker Eliza Powell.
Watch Video 1 below:
In a statement they said, “Our aim in all this is to get you to travel again and to come here, to the Serengeti. The ‘Serengeti Needs You’ to help us all protect this precious wilderness. We are an interactive TV show, which means we would love to hear from you. Send us your questions about wildlife, wildlife photography or just what its like being on safari, anything really and we will try and get to them in our “After Episode” section. Drop us an email by replying to this and amazingly we have supreme internet so can have a look.
In the first video, Richard and Jombi see some awesome river crossings on the Grumeti River in the western Serengeti. Paul and Eliza film some spectacular scenes of crocs, zebras and wildebeest. But who prevails….and what other fantabulous things have we seen on One Day at a Time. Subscribe to the videos here.