Journey Into Wild is a travel show made for families with kids to watch together. Learn with our family of six as we travel to countries around the world exploring biodiversity hotspots and endangered animals, while we learn how to be agents of change for good.Watch Journey Into Wild
JOURNEY INTO WILD EPISODES
THE SAHARA DESERT
Looking for top things to do in Morocco? Watch this to discover The Sahara Desert in Morocco like never before. Know before you go how your family can experience Marrakech, Casablanca, and riding camels into the Sahara to learn from the Berber tribe.WATCH MORROCO EPISODE
THE NILE RIVER
Want to know what to do in Egypt? Watch this to discover The Nile River in Egypt as you’ve never known. See how your family too can learn about the Nile River biome as you experience the great Giza pyramids, the Karnak Temple of Luxor, The Mummification Museum, and Nile crocodiles. Learn about Egypt’s food, culture, history, and the cities of Cairo, Luxor, and Alexandria.WATCH EGYPT EPISODE
THE AFRICAN SAVANNA
What to do with kids in South Africa? Here’s what you need to know before you go. Discover The African Savanna (and much more) in South Africa together with us: Cape Town, Winelands, The Garden Route, Addo Elephant Park and SAFARI!!! Learn about South Africa’s food, culture, music, and animals.WATCH SOUTH AFRICA EPISODE BUY THE SOUTH AFRICA TRAVEL GUIDE
Looking for things to do with children in Norway? Norway has over 120 stunning fjords featuring ancient glaciers and soaring rock walls of over 1,400 meters. They are home to brave people who have learned to adapt to the extreme climate as they enjoy the glorious midnight sun, colorful northern lights, and exceptional wildlife.WATCH NORWAY EPISODE
Want to know the top recommendations for exploring Greece with kids? One of the best examples of the Mediterranean biome is Greece which boasts unique wildlife and beautiful scenery like the rock formations of Meteora. The Greek people are legendary, and the history, monuments, culture, and terrain of Greece are worthy of exploration.WATCH GREECE EPISODE
THE ASIAN JUNGLE
Get to know the best places in Thailand to enjoy with kids. Thailand is a Southeast Asian country dotted with forests, grasslands, and various wetlands that feature beautiful lotus flowers and water lilies. Sadly, more than half of the forests have disappeared, and the elephant population is threatened.WATCH THAILAND EPISODE
THE VOLCANIC ISLANDS
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Biome Highlighted: The Indonesian island of Bali is deeply diverse and replete with volcanoes, jungles, coral reefs, rice paddies, and rivers. Flying monkeys and Komodo dragons make Bali their home, along with myriad other special creatures.SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
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Malaysia is a country split between the Malay Peninsula and Borneo Island. Rainforests feature as an outstanding ecosystem, especially in Borneo. The forests offer canopy walkways, waterfalls, and the world’s largest cave mouth. The orangutans are threatened as well as the pygmy elephants.SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK
Biome Highlighted: Australia’s grasslands are home to 89 bioregions which are filled with fascinating wildlife such as dingos, wallabies, wombats, kookaburras, and kangaroos. It is believed that First Nations Australians have lived on the land for 65,000 years.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: animal extinction, flooding, climate changeSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
THE DECIDUOUS FOREST
Biome Highlighted: New Zealand’s deciduous forests are decidedly unique in the world. The forests are home to many animals, such as black bears, wolves, elk deer, bobcats, woodpeckers, and the famous kiwi bird. There are also a great number of wondrous marine mammals. The Māori people are native to the land and understand the forest better than anyone.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: land and water pollution, wildfires, deforestationSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
THE COASTAL MARINE
Biome Highlighted: Hawaii is rich with biodiversity as the islands contain 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones. The ocean around Hawaii is teaming with wildlife, including green sea turtles, spinner dolphins, whales, monk seals, and manta rays.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: pollution, invasive species, pesticidesSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
Biome Highlighted: Alaska’s mountain forest is the largest in the United States and is called the last great wilderness in America. Plus, Alaska’s forests are peppered with three million lakes! The state is home to bears, moose, wolves, and caribou, and in the state’s oceans are orcas, gray whales, and humpback whales.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: wildfires, loss of glacial ice, erosionSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
THE CLOUD FOREST
Biome Highlighted: Costa Rica’s six different kinds of tropical rainforests are magnificent. They cover most of the nation and provide habitat for a great range of plants and animals, such as toucans, jaguars, red-eyed tree frogs, and pit vipers.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: timber harvesting, flooding, loss of biodiversitySUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
Biome Highlighted: The Amazon Rainforest forms the lungs of our world, helping to balance carbon dioxide and oxygen. It is home to indigenous tribal groups such as the Yanomamo and the Kayapo, who brave the jungle and have deep knowledge of the rainforest. The Amazon offers a habitat for rare animals such as pink dolphins, black spider monkeys, jaguars, and sloths.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: logging, climate change, carbon footprintSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
Biome Highlighted: The region of Patagonia stretches across Chile and into Argentina and is part of the Neotropical realm. The great Andes Mountains form the backbone of the region. Patagonia is a rare habitat for animals like the Andean condor and the king penguin.
Ecological Concerns Highlighted: pollution, soil degradationSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
THE MIDDLE EAST
Want to know the best places to discover in Türkiye with children? It’s a country filled with exquisite landscapes, historical ruins, and pristine beaches. Turkish people are warm and hospitable, offering a taste of both the past and the future.SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
COLLABORATE WITH US
Hello! We are Jedd & Janelle, the Executive Producers of Journey Into Wild. We love traveling the world with our four daughters.
We enjoy photography, filmmaking, and learning about how to protect and care for our beautiful world. We are excited to represent brands that are similar to what we are presenting in Journey Into Wild.
Email us if you are interested in collaborating together. We’d love to discuss the options of featuring your product, service, or location in Journey Into Wild.Email Janelle