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Soar above the majesty of Africa with "Aerial Africa" to experience and see parts of the country that can be seen by air. The series highlights the natural beauty of the African landscapes including --the wildlife rich savannahs and straight into the deep history and earliest civilizations. Viewers also explore famous personalities of those who left a very permanent imprint on the country including a Xhosa boy who grew up to be Nelson Mandela, and Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone. Fly above Western Cape, the Wild South Coast, Namibia, Botswana, and Zambia.

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It is home to the world's largest inland Delta; the world's second largest game reserve; and the abundant wildlife of Chobe National Park. There is no other way to appreciate this country than from a giant's point of view.
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This is South Africa's journey from pre-human skeletons to modern Skyscrapers. View South Africa's mountain ranges, bustling cities and untamed wildlife from the air.
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Fly along the coast from Cape Agulhas, the Garden Route, Port Elizabeth to the Wild Coast. Stand at the precipice of time, and dive into a land that still stretches your imagination.
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A flight over the African nation of Zambia reveals its ancient wonders, raging waters, diverse wildlife, and rich history.
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Hard to imagine that animals can survive in this arid land, but an aerial view of the life saving water holes will offer a rare glimpse of Namibia's wildlife.
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Endless-stretches of white sandy beach and majestic mountains soaring high above verdant valleys.

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