A travelogue that explores the African continent, including big cities and small villages.
Part 1 of 2. The Season 2 premiere features a wildebeest migration in Kenya's Masai Mara wildlife reserve.
Part 2 of 2. In Kenya's Masai Mara wildlife reserve, host Bill Ball goes in search of leopards. Along the way, he spots a newborn gazelle trying to walk for the first time.
Cape Town, South Africa, is toured. Included: the city's architecture; nearby vineyards; Africa's only penguin species; and the fabled Cape of Good Hope.
Amboseli National Park in Kenya is toured. Included: elephants; African buffalo; hippos; and birds. Host Bill Ball also visits with the local Maasai to see how they are adjusting to encroaching civilization.
Parks in western Kenya are toured.
A visit to Victoria Falls, which straddle Zimbabwe and Zambia.
The annual flower bloom in South Africa's Northern Cape province is spotlighted. Also: the wildlife that lives in the arid land.
The diverse South African city of Durban, which is where Gandhi began his political activism, is toured.
Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, a nature reserve in South Africa, is visited. Included: its role in saving the endangered rhino.
A tour of Johannesburg includes Soweto, the colonial Union Building and a nearby safari park.
The cheetah is spotlighted during a visit to Kruger National Park in South Africa.
St. Lucia, a UNESCO World Heritage wetland site located in South Africa's Zululand region, is toured.
The Season 2 finale features an attempt to ascend Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.