We're heading for the South African province of KwaZulu Natal. We'd like you to name the game reserve in KwaZulu.
It's about 60 miles inland from South Africa's Indian Ocean coastline and a half hour's drive from the city of Pietermaritzburg.
The reserve attracts all kinds of visitors, including some who tour it on their mountain bikes.
"The game reserve's got rolling hills and landscapes, it's not very steep but its got lots of fast fun riding, you know there's lots of fantastic single track which is made by the animals through the grasslands and savannahs," says Max Cluer who runs a South African sports media company. "You sort of come through areas and come onto these savannahs and see zebra and antelope grazing with giraffe in the background so it certainly is a fantastic playground for mountain bikers".
Well, this is what can happen when the wildlife crosses your path:
The game reserve where this happened is the Albert Falls Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal Province in South Africa. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Max Cluer about the very popular video.