Documentary examining the wildlife of Madagascar, home to an abundance of creatures found nowhere else in the world, including leaping lemurs and tiny, inch-long chameleons.
Borneo is the world’s third largest island. Shrouded in mist, this tropical island teems with strange and exotic life. In this vast jungle, snakes fall from the sky and lizards fly to survive. Some of the rarest, strangest and most magnificent creatures on earth call this place home. Pygmy elephants and the Sumatran rhino move quietly through the undergrowth while birds, bugs and bats inhabit some of the most spectacular cave formations on the planet. Borneo, an Island in the clouds.
Nat Geo explores how Adelaide has used its multi-cultural population, astonishing landscapes, architecture and even its wine culture, to form a city that’s alive and vibrant. The city centre is surrounded by parklands and is a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, parklands, cafes and restaurants. Adelaide is easy to get around with rolling hills to the east and beaches to the west. With a population of slightly more than one million, Adelaide is the “20 minute city”. The airport is only seven kilometres from Adelaide city. The Adelaide Hills and major beaches are less than half an hour away by car. That’s what we call liveable!
A look at the unique spirit of South Africa's second and third largest cities, Cape Town and Durban, and the vast array of vibrant cultures that exist there.
Some of the Durban locations and elements to be featured will include the uShaka Marine World, the Juma Masjid Mosque, the Victoria Street Market, Gandhi's house and the Phoenix Settlement as well as the Tala Game Reserve.