primitive survival, backcountry, adventure travel
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“One thing led to another and I found myself naked with a stranger in a jungle.”
Discovery’s “Naked and Afraid” isn’t just a show about attractive naked people in the woods. Dan Seufert at NewHampshire.com explains just how someone gets a career in primitive survival.
Watch the full online-only Naked After Dark interviews with EJ and Laura, who survived 21 days Naked and Afraid in the Peruvian Amazon. read more…
For those of you who missed my interview with Robb Wolf…. here it is! I’ve been inspired by Robb for years now, if you aren’t familiar with him, you should change that!!
My audition tape was revealed live on Naked After Dark. Check it out! read more…
Nothing but love and respect for this beautiful animal whose sacrifice in keeping me alive will be appreciated every day. read more…
TMZ’s take on lessons in the Wilderness. read more…
Love @aliaaelmahdy for doing what needs to be done to stand up for women everywhere... Courage is an understatement.
Laura Zerra has used her adventurous spirit, positive attitude, and sense of humor to create a unique and interesting life story that is ever-evolving. A strong believer that life is meant to be lived to the fullest, she now shares her experiences in quirky and inspiring talks in which she explores learning how to push the edges of one’s comfort zone to get the most out of every day. Men and women alike will appreciate her ability to not be held back by expectations and social norms, and her drive to inspire others to make positive changes in their own lives.
Feeling confident exploring the backcountry takes a whole new skill set. Beyond reading trail blazes and following maps, you have to understand the lay of the land, be aware of your surroundings, and understand how to navigate uncharted territory.
Surviving Naked and Afraid in PanamaLaura Zerra becomes a cast member on Discovery Channel’s Naked and Afraid as she attempts to survive 21 days in Panama.
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