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Aerial Africa explores stunning vistas and extraordinary stories from the tip of the continent in Cape Town, South Africa, to the powerful Zambezi River in Zambia. From the air, the series showcases the places, wildlife and personalities that have left a permanent imprint on Africa, including a young Xhosa boy who grew up to be Nelson Mandela, and the Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone, whose adventures in Africa became world-famous. The series ranges from the Wild South Coast to Johannesburg, Botswana, the Skeleton Coast of Namibia and the majestic lands of Zambia.
Take flight across Botswana's sprawling Kalahari Desert, through its life-giving Okavango Delta, and deep into its dynamic history. Botswana's landscape is home to giant wildlife reserves, the world's largest inland oasis, four-billion-year-old rock formations, salt flats the size of Portugal, and a rich vein of gemstones with enormous diamonds. During the journey, Botswana's history of ancient civilizations, missionary icons, notorious slave traders, and enormous wealth are brought to life.
At the southern tip of Africa, where two oceans violently collide, the spectacular flat-topped Table Mountain stands guard over a richly diverse metropolis of cultures and people. Welcome to the Western Cape, a region transformed by diamonds and wine, film and tourism, and a message of peace and freedom from a one-time banished exile. Take flight and discover the breathtaking wonder of this remarkable province from above.
Soar over Namibia's enormous seas of sand, wide-open countryside, and unexplained geological phenomena on a spectacular aerial tour over the southwest corner of Africa. Our flight whisks you over an ancient world, from the oldest desert on Earth to the emerald green waters of the Kunene River. On the journey, we delve into the country's history of brutal colonial conflicts and its rich culture, reborn from the shadows of its past.
Journey into the heartland of Southern Africa as we fly the skies of the richly diverse country of Zambia. Explore mountain springs that swell into raging rivers, sacred places where tribes rekindle their cultural history, and one of Africa's most pristine wildlife sanctuaries. We also delve into the nation's complex past, marked by slave trade, British colonialism, and its transformation in 1964 to a proudly independent African nation.
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