The Man Vs. Wild Stranded Around the World DVD holds four particularly compelling episodes of the hit series that pits ultra-adventurer Bear Grylls against nature every week. Here, Bear comes to grips with four especially harrowing locations that challenge his wits and his body: He faces the Siberian plains; fights beasts of the African Savannah; takes on the heat of Ecuador; and tries to climb out of the dry steppes of Turkey. The Discovery DVD, Man Vs. Wild Stranded Around the World, is a perfect primer for the uninitiated viewer, and a classic compilation for the fervent fan.
In the Man Vs. Wild Stranded Around The World DVD, you'll discover some of the harshest conditions on Earth — from the wild African plains to the frozen Siberian tundra, from the polar extremes of Ecuador to the hot, dry steppes of Turkey. And Bear Grylls can't wait to take them on. With his unique survival skills and dogged perseverance, see how this true adventurer overcomes challenges most of us wouldn't even attempt.
Buy the Man Vs. Wild Stranded Around The World DVD, see four scenarios of extreme survival, and learn techniques that could save your life on your next trip abroad.
AFRICAN SAVANNAH: Every year, roughly 40 U.S. citizens are killed by wild animals while on safari in Africa. Bear demonstrates ways to prevent these attacks, and also how to find water, build shelter and use natural medicines to survive the untamed bush.
ECUADOR: Within its borders, Ecuador has part of the Andes Mountains, high-altitude cloud forests and a big portion of the Amazon rainforest. But as extreme and dangerous as these environments are, Bear looks forward to the challenge of surviving them.
SIBERIA: Bear Grylls parachutes into the Siberian tundra, one of the harshest places on Earth, where he must survive a week of extreme challenges. Not just frigid temperatures and dense, dark forests, but swimming underneath the ice in minus 40 degrees.
TURKEY: On Turkey's rugged Anatolian Plateau, Bear battles white water rapids and confronts a 120-foot waterfall. Once on the steppes- a different story- hot and dry, with no food and little sign of life.