Renowned animal-expert and conservationist, Jack Hanna, is taking his “Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild” (“Into the Wild”) film crew to Africa in search of endangered wildlife, high adventure, and fascinating cultures! “Into the Wild” is an Emmy Award winning television program aired in the United States.
Jack is always looking for new and exciting stories for his viewers. This November, Jack is working with Southern Africa Travel and the Mantis Collection and its expert staff has organized an amazing adventure!
“I’ve been visiting and filming in Africa for over 30 years, and I’ve never—ever—seen an itinerary like this one! We’re covering 4 countries—Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana—to look for the best in animal and conservation stories,“ said Jack Hanna. “The schedule is truly unique and will put our film crew in the best possible situations to film wildlife!”
Jack and crew will be staying at some of the finest properties Africa has to offer, highlighted by the Mantis Collection’s of Royal Chundu (Zambia) and the remarkable Zambezi Queen (deluxe riverboat based in Namibia).
About Jack Hanna
Animal expert Hanna’s hands-on approach has won him widespread acclaim as a conservationist, author, television personality and globe-trotting adventurer.
A household name in the United States, Jack has been a familiar face on national television since 1983, on popular talk shows such as The Late Show with David Letterman, Good Morning America, Larry King, The Talk, The Maury Show, as well as national news networks like Fox and CNN News. He hosts TV’s Jack Hanna’s Animal Adventures, Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild, and Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown.
For more information, visit www.jackhanna.com
About Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild
Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild is aired nationwide in the US, and revolves around Jack's adventures to far-flung corners of the earth, seen through his own unique, expert yet down-to-earth perspective, and almost always with his family alongside him to share in the experience.
Into the Wild goes way beyond basic wildlife tourism and shines a light on the conservation and ecological issues relating to some of the planet's most endangered animals.
The show follows an informal and spontaneous format, with no pre-determined script to contstrain the action. In 2008 Into The Wild was awarded an Emmy for the year's most Outstanding Children’s Series.
For more information, please check out www.jhitw.com.