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In the footsteps of an explorer who disappeared in the Amazon...

He has explored the wildest places on Earth on his own. His last challenge? Following in the footsteps of an explorer who died in the Amazon jungle. Eliott Schonfeld-Aventurier told Brut nature about this life-changing experience.

04/14/2020 5:35 PMupdated: 04/14/2020 5:35 PM
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12 comments

  • Liaus B.
    05/12/2020 04:05

    How many batteries for the vloging u brought?

  • Zarul C.
    05/11/2020 12:24

    Sure 50 days?

  • Alexis M.
    04/23/2020 09:04

    Please leave nature alone.why are you showing ignorance about our world.

  • Vinicius L.
    04/16/2020 02:14

    He just endured because he knew it was not permanent. That's the only reason. People live there around the river for centuries like that. It's a modern, wealthy people new game: pretend to suffer for a bit and come back to safety and wealthiness. But most people in this situation wouldn't choose that life if they had a choice.

  • Heba K.
    04/15/2020 17:38

    You did a very hard and brave thing

  • Bracan L.
    04/15/2020 10:49

    kakav car

  • Sarah B.
    04/15/2020 10:42

    bit of you this

  • Tin K.
    04/15/2020 02:50

    Starving next to a river?

  • Diane H.
    04/14/2020 18:10

    Powerful story.

  • Brut nature
    04/14/2020 17:53

    Before going to the Amazon, explored several other wild places, which have profoundly changed the way he sees the world:

  • Brut nature
    04/14/2020 17:50

    The movie "In the footsteps of Maufrais" by will be available in the next few months. In the meantime, you can learn more about his previous expeditions here: https://www.eliottschonfeld.com

  • Brut nature
    04/14/2020 17:48

    Special thanks to the Association of the Friends of Edgar and Raymond Maufrais who provided us with archive footage. More details here: http://www.maufrais.info