Reza Pakravan visits the southern edge of the Sahara, where climate change has hit the hardest - droughts, lack of food, conflicts over dwindling natural resources and mass migration to Europe.
Reza Pakravan recounts a climb in Ethiopia to find a church built into a cliff face, decorated with amazing murals and well-preserved scriptures from the 6th century.
Equipped with only the supplies in their sleds, and powered with nothing more than their own two legs and unwavering determination, legendary explorers Mike Horn and Børge Ousland fight on.
Searching for routes through incredible rock formations, akin to something that you might find in Jurassic Park, Reza Pakravan continues his journey across The Sahel.
A part of the world that explorer Reza Pakravan considers the most remote region he's visited. A place where millions of people do not feel that they belong to any particular nation.
In the first of the series Reza Pakravan takes us to some of the best, but also toughest hiking trails in the world, climbing sand-washed mountains with the beating sun on his back.
In an unprecedented Himalayan snowfall, ultra-runner Peter Van Geit breaks out his ice axe to access undocumented passes in the High Himalayas.