Arriving on a remote, uninhabited Fijian island with nothing, the first man to walk the Amazon, explorer Ed Stafford has to quickly establish his priorities of water, shelter, food and fire to have any chance of surviving his 60-day challenge.
As Ed’s physical health deteriorates, so does his mental state, and loneliness begins to take its toll. Constantly hungry and dehydrated, he desperately needs to move out of his exposed caveman home and build a shelter inland.
Finally, Ed's beginning to master the island, and is living almost comfortably. But he's still got two challenges: to kill and eat a feral goat, and to build a raft and enter the shark-infested waters to catch fish.
After surviving 60-days on a desert island, Naked Castaway Ed Stafford, is safely back home and ready to tell all about his amazing island adventure - the highs and the lows, what he has learned about survival and about himself.
Ed Stafford attempts to survive alone for 10 days in Botswana’s Okavango Delta in Southern Africa. The rainy season wreaks havoc on his camp and he faces the threat of dangerous predators including a rogue hippo that takes him by surprise.
Ed Stafford attempts to survive alone in Venezuela’s Grand Sabana grassland. Intense rainfall threatens to flood out his camp, but the floodwaters throw him a lifeline when he stumbles across a drowned rodent which provides a substantial feast.
Ed Stafford attempts to survive alone on the coast of Western Australia. Temperatures soar to 100 degrees and he risks fishing in crocodile infested waters. The harsh environment tears his feet to shreds & lack of water causes him to hallucinate.