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South Africa 1: Cape Town
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
This is a memorable tour of Cape Town, South Africa, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, which is situated on the southwestern tip of Africa and includes historic buildings of the Old Cape Dutch and English architecture.…
Argentina - Buenos Aires, Ushuaia and the Falklands
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Argentina, the second largest country in South America, offers a wide variety of natural wonders and cultural attractions. Our first stop is to the cosmopolitan capital city of Buenos Aires, a cultural centerpiece, which includes the La Boca district, a…
Chile 2 - Punta Arenas, Puerto Montt, and Valparaiso
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Three cities provide insight into the culture and history of the South American country of Chile. The first city is Punta Arenas, located on the shores of the Straits of Magellan and the largest city in the region. Translated as…
The Panama Canal Cruise
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
This program takes viewers on one of the most memorable cruises a person can ever experience - a voyage through history and the Panama Canal. This 10-hour cruise from ocean to ocean is a sailing experience like none other. Here…
Africa 1: Botswana's Untamed Wilderness
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Bostwana is an extremely popular safari destination. Often called "Old Africa," it is home to the Okavango Delta and the Kalahari Desert and has some of the largest remaining herds of wildlife in Africa. First we go to Eagle Island…
Chile 1 - Santiago
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Located in the heart of the Andes Mountains, Santiago was founded in 1541 by Pedro de Valdivia and is Chile's capital city; it is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city of over 5 million people, steeped in history that dates from the…
South Africa 5: Cape Wine Estates
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
South Africa's wine making legacy dates back over 300 years and today Cape Winelands is the largest wine producing region in the Western Cape of the country. Our tour of this spectacular area begins at the historic Grande Roche Hotel,…
Malawi 1: Lake Malawi and Liwonde National Park
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Located in southeastern Africa, Malawi is called "the warm heart of Africa," which is no exaggeration; it is a nature lover's dream-come-true. In this program, from the moment the plane touches down, you are completely surrounded by the most amazing…
South America 1 - Brazil - Rio de Janeiro
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Brazil's Rio de Janeiro is one of the most exciting and most visited cities in the world. Here we discover why with aerial and down-to-earth views of this popular destination. Here we see the Christo Redentor, Rio's most famous landmark,…
South Africa 4: Rovos Rail
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
This program offers viewers the "tour of a lifetime," an epic journey aboard what is know as "the most luxurious train in the world," the Rovos Rail. Here we step aboard the beautifully restored "Pride of Africa" to enjoy a…
Malawi 2: The Zomba Plateau
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Located in the south of Malawi, the Zomba Plateau is a unique place that harbors plants found nowhere else in the world. Crisp, cool air caresses your skin as you watch a brilliant sunset from atop this hiker's paradise. The…
Africa 2: Zimbabwe - Victoria Falls
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
The Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone was the first white person to discover Victoria Falls and named them in honor of Queen Victoria. Also known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means "the Smoke that Thunders," the falls have been named "One…
South Africa 2: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Shakaland
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Many people may find it hard to believe that Johannesburg is not only the largest city in South Africa, but also one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world. In fact, Johannesburg and Pretoria today act as a…
South American Explorers' Cruise
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series
Navigating the world began in the 16th century, and in this program we retrace the travels of some early explorers on a contemporary voyage around Cape Horn. Starting from Rio de Janeiro, we see aerial footage of the Cristo Redentor,…
South Africa 3: Kruger Game Park, Londolozi, and Lost City
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Kruger Game Park is one of the most renowned wildlife reserves in the world, and the oldest in Africa. It was named after the President of the former South African Republic, Paul Kruger, who in 1898 established a protected area…
Exploring the World Series: Africa
"Highly Recommended! This is a colossal series that viewers will want to watch again and again; it is filled with insight, and the appeal of each destination is clearly defined." -CITC Review Filmed entirely on location, featuring world-famous attractions to…
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Exploring the World Series - South and Central America
"Highly Recommended! This is a colossal series that viewers will want to watch again and again; it is filled with insight, and the appeal of each destination is clearly defined." -CITC Review Filmed entirely on location, featuring world-famous attractions to…
7 videos
Namibia 1: Luderitz and Swakopmund
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
This program provides us with a rare opportunity to visit the emerging African nation of Namibia. In Luderitz, the main attraction is Kolmanskop Ghost Town; then we visit diamond mines that were discovered by accident in 1907; also we see…
Namibia 2: Etosha National Park
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
Etosha National Park, at over 2.2 million acres, is one of the largest game reserves for wildlife in Africa. Here viewers are in for a rare treat as hosts Jake and Mieke DeBoer take them along on their own personal…
South Africa 6: Kagga Kamma - Land of the Bushmen
Part of the Series: Exploring the World Series: Africa
"Recommended. Originally, the Bushmen/San lived in the Kagga Kamma area of western South Africa, but European settlement drove them into the Kalahari Desert; today, we see some Bushmen/San have resettled in their original homeland. Here Bushmen/San and reserve rangers explain…