WE are super grateful to the “Quaranteam” at Djuma for working so hard over the past 7 weeks to keep our LIVE safaris going. Many of our team have worked every single day since March 26th and they have earned themselves a well-deserved rest. So, WE are carrying out a team swap so as to give everyone the rest they need and bring in a fresh new crew.
Tristan Dicks will be arriving in camp this week and will be taking you on safari for the next while as part of the fresh crew. He will be joined by David Hancock who some of you will remember from a few months ago. Steve Faulconbridge will also be joining us again at the end of the month.
James and Lauren and Trishala will all be back at various times in June to continue bringing you your daily glimpse into the African wild. We will share more detailed dates closer to the time.
WildEarth would like to thank you, our viewers, for your continued support throughout these tough times and WE hope that you will join us in welcoming the new crew.
Thanks to you all for these drives, watching from the UK twice a day, a great tonic in these difficult times!
Just started watching and I was hooked by the work of James, Lauren and Trishala. You three were great company during this time bringing the Safari experience to life. Hope you have a good break from all the hard work and many thanks for your hard work.
Thank you to all the guides for making life more bearable during this lockout. I see many of you have cameras, and as what I call “An advanced amateur” I would love to see your photos on a photo sharing site like Flickr. I add a link to mine in the “website” area :)
I am an old Durban boy who moved to Canada in 2002, so I love the bush, but all my photos are Canadian.
Marcel, is really smart and never takes a day off…Is he an android?
Thank you team for safari. Ive been watching for years Just became a suppoter. Hate computers
Thank you to everyone who makes this possible. I discovered this site a couple of weeks ago and am so glad I did. You all do an amazing job of educating the viewers. Thank you so much.
Going to miss you all
Thanks James, Lauren and Trishala. You made the Game drives fun and full of interesting information. You deserve this break and we’re looking forward to your return after your rest. I am sure the people that will be taking us on our daily game drives will also make the drives enjoyable and knowledgable. Stay safe and see you soon.
As an ex-Durbanite & very regular KNP visitor now living in Sydney these live Safari rides are the best -I’ll even watch at 1 or 2 am.
Thanks to all the wonderful guides -take care and stay well during your well earned leave breaks.
My Husband Robin & I Cynthia have so enjoyed the daily viewing since 27 March in lockdown.. It’s been awesome & I hv learnt so much about the different animals – their habit & storming tactics is lovely.. Lauren always wants to share her love for animals & her passion in the work she does in electrifying.. Tnx to all..mwah so grateful..
I like all the guides, each bringing their own unique Personality to the guided tour. I hope they all enjoy their time off. I truly love wild Earth Safari Live and And Beyond. Thank you so much for bringing this to people all over the world.
Hi, Thanks to THE WHOLE CREW, whose members have brought joy to our lives in these dark times.
It is good to welcome the next team members, and hope to get to know them.
A fond adieu, for the time, to the team who kept us informed and entertained. Well deserved rest to each and every one if them.
Thank you for introducing the presenters.
I believe you should also have given us the names of the outgoing camerapersons, and the incoming camerapersons too.
Thanks Trisha Lauren and James. Have a good break. We will miss you. Was feeling a bit emotional yesterday seeing you all leaving. Looking forward to meer the new guides.
Anneke de Zinger
Thanks to everyone who put a this fabulous live safari together. We have been watching from Western Australia over the past few months. It’s our new favourite show. We have loved our daily drives with James, Lauren & Trishala and look forward to meeting the new crew. We think James is hilarious by the way 🤣
Lockdown here in Italy was lightened with WildEarth! By chance, we moved with you in the Bush.
The crews were phenomenal and the animals the best medicine against depression.
Awaiting to continue this adventure with the new ‘guys’.
Grazie e Arrivederci
Thank you for the great work everybody is doing and we are looking forward to see the well known faces on the cameras again.
Apologies if this is not the correct platform to ask but how can I become a Zoomie ?
Jan van Heerden.
How exciting to have Tristan, David and Steve back soon!
Welcome news, for sure, thank you for bringing back such a wonderful team. What about Marcel? He is not superhuman ;)) and must be needing a break; who will replace him?
So relieved to see these three wonderful presenters returning!
I will miss James, Lauren and Trishalla!!
They have been my breakfast companions for many weeks now.
Please give them my best!!
Thanks so much for the update. They do deserve a wonderful rest. I’m so glad they’re coming back in June. Wild earth has brought us through some very lonely times, and brought us much excitement and laughter.
Thank you so much for all you do! Our family in Orlando, FL appreciates you all very much. You have helped us get through this difficult time. We watch you every day and will continue to do so. Huge kudos to your crew!
The Dell Family
Scott & Shannon
Katie Rose, Tyler, Lily, & Willow
A big thank you to the Quaranteam who’ve done a superb job under somewhat challenging conditons. And thank you especially to you Peter for your hard work behind the scenes so that we can continue to go on safari every day. Rowena Baxter (Old Bird)
Why are there no local guides native to the area? This is not a political question but I have found in the past that local guides have a more intimate relationship with the bush,trees,plants etc. interesting anecdotes customs etc etc
We also have this question.
Thank you to Lauren and James and Trishala for everything you have brought on camera hopefully The others can do the same with .Thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!