Have you always wanted to know where exactly the jungle camp candidates are on the RTL show and what it looks like there when no “celebrities” have to be brought out?

Over the last few years, a quick look at Google Earth or Google Maps was actually enough. Even if the creators of the show deliberately want to keep the location secret: satellite photos prove that the original camp was not as badly deep in the Australian jungle as the inclined viewer suspected.

If you want to see for yourself what the Australian jungle camp looks like, it is best to search Google Earth or Google Maps for the exact address: Dungay Creek Road 366, 2484 New South Wales. Alternatively, you can simply copy and paste the exact coordinates into the search bar: these are 28°15’40.8″S 153°21’01.6″E

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This year, the RTL show will be filmed in South Africa for the first time due to the corona restrictions. This camp was originally hosted by the Australian equivalent of the show “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” used.

If you want to visit the region in Google Maps, the best thing to do is to look for the Kruger National Park and more precisely for the Swadini National Park on the Blyde River Canyon, a 26 km long, up to 800 meters deep and mainly red sandstone canyon.

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