Wildlife expert Saba Douglas-Hamilton and family move to the romantic Samburu National Reserve in northern Kenya to run a safari lodge for the first time. This wild, remote and rugged region is on the frontline of conservation and the battle to protect Africa’s big five from poachers is heating up. It might look like an idyllic barefoot life, surrounded by animals, but behind the facade lies a vulnerable game reserve facing tough times in a remarkable and changing Africa.
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