Ray Mears Ultimate Survival Guide
Ray Mears' journeys have taken him to the farthest corners of the earth, encountering indigenous peoples who embody his philosophy and live in tune with their natural environment.

Jungles can be daunting places for the uninitiated. Ray explains the fundamental skills of jungle survival and recounts the harrowing tale of 10 men who escaped a WWII prisoner of war camp, crossing dense jungle without the benefits of survival training.

The arctic is a beautiful region of our planet, an area in which we must understand the mechanisms of staying warm. Ray demonstrates skills whilst visiting the Swedish Army Survival Instructors Course in Lapland.

The most important thing to take with you on any journey is a positive mental attitude. Ray tells of a family that were shipwrecked on the coast of Alaska in winter; ultimately their survival would depend upon their belief in each other, overcoming odds that the text books would have predicted as impossible.

2 x DVD9 | PAL 16:9 | 349 minutes | 5.97 Gb + 5.98 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Genre: Documentary

Disc One:
-- Costa Rica
-- The Arctic Circle
-- Psychology
-- Sea
-- Arizona Desert
-- Arnhem Land

Disc Two:
-- Sahara, Morocco
-- The Rockies
-- Australian Outback
-- RAF
-- Mountains
-- Deserted Island