Bear Grylls has served with the British Special Forces, climbed Everest and explored the Arctic. In this exciting series he shows us how to survive the toughest and most remote environments on the planet by putting himself in the position of a stranded tourist. He parachutes into rainforests and abseils into deserts, lakes and the highest, most inhospitable peaks in America. Using his specialist survival techniques to find his way out of these wildernesses, he climbs sheer cliffs, navigates white water and icy crevasses, encounters predators and forages for maggots, raw fish, alligator meat and live snakes as food. BAJA DESERT: Bear is in Baja, Mexico tackling overwhelming odds to survive the challenges of the desert. A bee sting turns into a frightening threat to Bear's survival when he suffers a massive allergic reaction. THE DEEP SOUTH: In the swamps of the Deep South, Bear dodges alligator attacks, tangles with snakes and uses his ingenuity to hook a catfish with his bare hands. IRELAND: On the rugged West Coast of Ireland, Bear gets stuck in a peat bog retrieving a dead sheep and risks hypothermia when he's washed out of his shelter overnight. SOUTH DAKOTA: Bear's latest adventure takes him to South Dakota, home to three incredible wilderness areas: the Black Hills, the Great Plains and the Badlands. YUKON: Like the pioneers in search of gold, Bear fights his way across the frozen wastelands of North America's Yukon, battling to stay afloat in treacherous white water. ROMANIA: Bear enters Dracula country the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania where he encounters steep ravines and comes face to face with a brown bear. TURKEY: Bear heads for the Anatolian plateau in Turkey. From freezing mountain tops to the lifeless steppes, he battles white-water rapids, poisonous snakes and scorpions. BELIZE: In the jungles of Belize, Bear plays Tarzan, comes face to face with a nine-foot boa constrictor and is left hanging by his fingertips over a raging white-water river. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Jumping from a hovering helicopter into open water, Bear swims to a deserted island with no water and nothing for breakfast except a tarantula. OREGON: Deep in the Oregon wilderness, Bear takes on Hell's Canyon. Huge snowdrifts, 150-foot cliffs and the frigid waters of the Snake River stand between him and town.