"Good Morning America"'s Amy Robach is going on safari -- and she’s taking viewers with her on an immersive virtual reality tour of one of the most breathtaking natural wonders in Africa.
Robach is taking the technology of tomorrow to an ancient paradise in Tanzania, where "GMA" will broadcast live video of wild animals in their natural habitat. In addition to highlighting the area’s breathtaking beauty, the trip will shine a spotlight on the dangers that elephants, rhinos, lions, giraffes and other animals face from poachers.
Robach will report on the warriors of the Maasai tribe, who preserve their ancient traditions in the modern world.
Expert animal trackers will escort Robach into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area's magnificent crater. Some call it Africa's Garden of Eden. In February, Africa's stunning great migration makes a stop in the Ngorongoro Crater, making it the continent's highest concentration of mammals.
Using cameras mounted on drones, "GMA" will get up close to some of nature's wildest, most dangerous predators. In a network television first, the broadcast will use a live 360-degree virtual reality camera that will allow viewers to choose what they see on safari and select their own adventure.
"GMA" on Safari debuts Tuesday, Feb. 23.
How You Can Experience the Safari on All Devices
Visit ABCNews.com/VR for an immersive 360-degree safari experience.
To experience the 360-degree safari on a mobile device, download the im360 App.
Open the App and select “GMA on Safari” to launch the 360-degree experience. Use your finger or move your device around to control your own adventure and transport yourself.
You can also use Google Cardboard with your smartphone by entering Cardboard mode. Click here to find out where you can get Google Cardboard.