An enchanting journey through the wildest continent on Earth.
Created with ground-breaking technology, where Hollywood techniques meet the best in nature film-making, Enchanted Kingdom is an immersive adventure, transporting you from grey urbanity to the vibrancy and vitality of the natural world.
We travel through seven distinct realms in the wildest continent on Earth, Africa, to discover that nature is so much more surprising and extraordinary than you could ever have imagined. It is as enchanting as any fictional world or storybook.
In each realm, we experience just how different and astounding nature can be, and encounter extraordinary animal characters, who reveal amazing lessons about the world.
We are plunged into nature at its most generous and most harsh, most terrible and most beautiful. We explore an enchanted land where nature weaves it’s incredible magic, finally transforming into an abundant paradise, where life is at its most joyful.
It is a thrilling, immersive journey where you will experience the wonders of our planet as never before. An experience so alive that you’ll feel you’re really there, in the heart of the wild. Let yourself be swept back into nature and leave your urban life behind. You will never look at nature, or your own world, the same way again.
Local Distributor and Reliance Entertainment present in association with IM Global a BBC Earth Films production in association with Evergreen Studios, "Enchanted Kingdom".
Narrated by Idris Elba | Narration written by Nigel Williams, Patrick Morris and Neil Nightingale | Music by Patrick Doyle | Executive produced by Deepak Nayar, Stuart Ford, Mike Newell, Marcus Arthur, Mike Devlin and Miles Ketley | Produced by Myles Connolly, Amanda Hill and Neil Nightingale | Directed by Patrick Morris and Neil Nightingale
In January 2016, BBC Earth was awarded the Sir Charles Wheatstone Award by the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society which is given in recognition of a body of work in 3D. This is for our films (Walking with Dinosaurs, Enchanted Kingdom) and giant screen films Tiny Giants, Wild Africa, etc.).