Wildlife expert Saba Douglas-Hamilton, together with her husband Frank and their three young children, move to the romantic Samburu National Reserve in Kenya to run a safari camp for the first time. But life out there isn't easy. There are monkeys in the kitchen, floods threatening the camp and, with no fences to keep out the wildlife, elephants are regular house guests. This series follows their ups and downs as the family struggles to keep guests, elephants, lions and even crocodiles smiling. The family is settling into their new life running a safari camp and protecting elephants in northern Kenya's remote Samburu National Reserve. Guests have arrived and are expecting a luxury wildlife experience, but Saba is called away to rescue an injured crocodile. And the camp team comes face to face with a bull elephant in a dramatic search for a young child lost in the bush. It's a nail-biting adventure for Saba and her warrior friends.
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Length: 30 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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