Primal Survivor tracks wilderness guide and survival instructor Hazen Audel as he tackles some of mankind's most rigorous journeys, relying on skills learned from native inhabitants. After first living with the locals to understand their way of life, he sets out on solo journeys through territories that push him to his very limits. He must rely on natural instinct and ancient techniques honed over thousands of years to make it out alive.
Primal Survivor: Wild Animal Adventures
Hazen journeys to Guyana, Mongolia and China to reveal what it takes to live alongside some of the wildest and most incredible animals on Earth. He comes face-to-face with feared predators and explores how tribal people use wild creatures to help them survive. He'll encounter deadly assassins, uncover hidden monsters and harness the power of formidable beasts.
Primal Survivor: Cloud Forest Hunters
Hazen travels to the mountains of northern Laos to meet the Akha tribe, who hunt using homemade gunpowder muskets. After learning their ways of survival, he's keen to join a hunt but must first prove he's up to the challenge by heading out into the wilderness alone. This landscape is home to some of the region's most venomous creatures, so Hazen has to be on his guard at all times.
Primal Survivor: Masters of Fire
Hazen Audel travels to Suriname to meet the Saramacca tribe, descended from African slaves who fled their captors 300 years ago. He's keen to witness a traditional fire dance which few outsiders ever get to see, but first he must prove himself worthy to his hosts by heading into the wilderness alone surviving off the land and the River. But this is the Amazon basin and danger lurks around every corner.
Primal Survivor: Extreme Tribal Tools
Hazen looks back at some of the most extreme tribal tools he's used on his expeditions. From the bitter cold of the Arctic to the sweltering jungles of Central America, indigenous craftsmen have developed ingenious solutions to overcome the challenges and dangers they face. Hazen will unlock the secrets of these survival tools by testing his own skill against thousands of years of knowledge.
Primal Survivor: Extreme Tribal Food
Hazen looks back at the most extreme tribal foods hes encountered, revealing the incredible hunting and gathering methods used to get them.
Primal Survivor: Hostile Environments
Hazen reveals what it takes to survive in the planet's most extreme environments, from the rain-starved deserts of Kenya to the volcanic islands of Vanuatu. In these formidable places, the skills and knowledge of the indigenous people can mean the difference between life and death.