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IIn ITV's new six-part series kicking off tonight, Gregg Wallace sets off on an epic adventure to explore South Africa’s most iconic and best-loved landscapes and experiences - along with its glorious food.

During the course of the series, Gregg will be visiting Amakhala in the Eastern Cape, Cape Town and Franschhoek, Augrabies and the Kalahari, the Whale Coast - cage diving with sharks, Soweto and ending in KwaZulu-Natal experiencing the battlefields and a traditional Zulu village.

In the first episode tonight, Gregg visits Amakhala Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape, one of the oldest and most well-known private game reserves in the area. Join Gregg as he goes behind the scenes with the rangers and vets, discovering the wide variety of wildlife South Africa is famous for.

 

HHe is introduced to a potjie - a traditional stew slow-cooked in a three-legged iron pot over an open fire for many hours and biltong - both associated with the South African bush. Following his first ever camping experience, Gregg is up at dawn to join wildlife vet and leading conservationist, Dr Will Fowlds and his team. They are planning to dart a wild leopard in order to carry out some important health checks, an experience which had a profound effect on Gregg.

Be sure to tune in to ITV's South Africa with Gregg Wallace for a dose of wanderlust and share your safari memories with us on our social channels! Or read more about the episode here.

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