Journeys to the Ends of the Earth

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  • TV-G
  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 7.3  (21)

David Adams, man of action, takes us on a global adventurer's tour, intrepidly conquering the most enigmatic yet extreme environments on earth. Journeys to the Ends of the Earth is driven by the motto: If Marco Polo were alive today, where would he go?

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The Ancient Chariots of Libya
13. The Ancient Chariots of Libya
December 6, 2011
Thousands of years ago, great charioteers raced across the vast deserts of Libya. David Adams treks across vast stretches of the desert in search of who the great charioteers were and discovering the legacies they left behind.
The Lost World of the Khmer Rouge
12. The Lost World of the Khmer Rouge
December 6, 2011
Cambodia is a country of impenetrable jungles and ruins lost in time. David Adams boldly penetrates these jungles to meet with former Khmer Rouge militants who now fight to protect the forest and its disappearing denizens.
The Mysteries of the African Pharohs
11. The Mysteries of the African Pharohs
December 6, 2011
For over 1,000 miles along the Nile, in Sudan, lay the ruins of an ancient civilization that once ruled all of ancient Egypt. Join David Adams as he explores the history of these silent sentinels of a long-lost civilization.
The Road to Shangri-La
10. The Road to Shangri-La
December 6, 2011
Shangri-La, the legendary city of peace and enlightenment may be hidden in a valley of Pakistan. David Adams sets out on a journey to sift through eons of legend in hopes to discover one of antiquities greatest mysteries.
The Lost Buddhas of Afghanistan
9. The Lost Buddhas of Afghanistan
December 6, 2011
David Adams and his Australian film crew brave more than just a harsh landscape in search of their goal. They mean to film the Bamiyan Buddhas, deep in the heart of war torn Afghanistan, one last time, before they are gone, forever.
In Search of Jason and the Argonauts
8. In Search of Jason and the Argonauts
December 6, 2011
Few legends of antiquity are as well known as Jason and the Argonauts in the arduous quest in search of the Golden Fleece. David Adams finds himself looking for looks as to the authenticity of the legend and finds that the truth is never as romantic as the myth.
The Last Trail of Butch and Sundance
7. The Last Trail of Butch and Sundance
December 6, 2011
The mystery of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid lingers in Bolivian legends. It is here, along the trail of the famous bandits that David Adams seeks to unravel the final fate of the famous fiends.
The Lost City of Gold
6. The Lost City of Gold
December 6, 2011
protect their most holy icon, the Incas hid away a large golden disc of the sun. Today, it lays hidden deep in the forests of Peru. David Adams is on a quest to find the last resting place of the disc of the sun.
The Forbidden Zone
5. The Forbidden Zone
December 6, 2011
Kamcheatka is remote, frozen wonderland that is nearly impossible to traverse by standard means. David Adams takes a dog sled, snow mobile and even a Soviet era helicopter to visit indigenous cultures that are resurging after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Swahili Sinbads
4. Swahili Sinbads
December 6, 2011
Sinbad the sailor is alive and well, today. He is in the hearts of the sailors that sail along the east coast of Africa. David Adams discovers that the legend of Sinbad is alive and well, today, in sailors of Zanzibar.
The Keepers of the Lost Ark
3. The Keepers of the Lost Ark
December 6, 2011
Traversing time and the ancient lands of Ethiopia, David Adams seeks the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant. It is a long journey revealing mysteries and hidden histories. Perhaps the greatest mystery is revealed at his destination.
The People of the Flame
2. The People of the Flame
December 6, 2011
Deep in the deserts of ancient Persia, Zoroaster saw great visions in a sacred fire. That fire still burns today, tended by Magi. David Adams sets on the same road Zoroastrian pilgrims take, seeking the eternal flame of Zoroaster.
Land of Fear
1. Land of Fear
December 6, 2011
The most remote, and perhaps, the most dangerous desert of the Sahara is the Tenere. It is here that David Adams must hire a retinue of battle hardened men and form a convoy to traverse this 1,200 mile wasteland.
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David Adams, man of action, takes us on a global adventurer's tour, intrepidly conquering the most enigmatic yet extreme environments on earth. Journeys to the Ends of the Earth is driven by the motto: If Marco Polo were alive today, where would he go?

  • Premiere Date
    December 6, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (21)
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