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  • ZAMBEZI

  • Dec 3rd & 10th @ 10:00pm, 9:00pm BKK/JKT
  • National Geographic Channel

DESCRIPTION

Go on an extraordinary journey and explore one of the longest rivers on the African continent, the mightyZambezi. Passing through or along six African countries, the river's story is one of constant change, of life and death.
 
From the Zambezi's source in Zambia to the point at which it finally reaches the Indian Ocean after a magnificent journey of 2,700 kilometres, the fourth-longest flow in all of Africa passes through many diverse landscapes, making it a haven and resource for a rich selection of wildlife.

But the river, perhaps best known for its magnificent Victoria Falls, is not just a natural phenomenon of awe-inspiring proportions. It is also home to many humans, providing them with food, water and even electricity.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Zambezi: Fonte de vida
  • Zambezi: Rio selvagem
  • Zambezi: Source Of Life
    Filmed throughout the changing seasons, we follow the Upper Zambezi from its headwaters to the majestic, thundering Victoria Falls.
  • Zambezi: River Untamed
    Travelling downriver, we explore more awe-inspiring wildlife along the Zambezi and how it becomes home to humans, providing them with electricity.
  • Zambezi: Source Of Life
    The Zambezi is one of the least known rivers on earth. Yet it flows for over 3,500 kilometres and belongs to six countries.
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