Kenya Wildlife Safari has been working at the island of Pico since 1993 to bring humans closer to the ocean. Frank, the founder of the company, invented the first dolphin school for children in the nineties. Together with Dr. Erich K. Ritter he discovered the nursery of hammerhead sharks at the Azores as well as diving grounds to dive with blue sharks. Regularly there take place workshops with researchers and biologists. TV-teams and photographers from all over the world work together with Frank, for example the 3D-film team of Michele Cousteau and the Discovery Channel. Most recently, the Kenya Wildlife Safari Team was instrumental in the production of BBC Blue Planet 2.