The explorers Mike Blyth and Olivier Aubert began an adventure with their ultralight planes, following in the steps of the great David Livingstone. For about four years they flew over the wonderful landscapes of South Africa populated by savage animals and colored by a sublime nature. They flew over the river Zambesi from its delta to Victoria waterfalls, the Okavango and the river Kunene to the Atlantic Ocean. The adventure was also the two explorers’ personal tribute to the Wright brothers and to their first planes created a century earlier. To celebrate all this, Blyth and Aubert try to get the native Africans to share their passion for flying, and take them on board their ultralight planes across the clouds.