As an explorer, author, filmmaker, conservationist, and campaigner, Robin Hanbury Tenison has spent over fifty years exploring the world, has undertaken over 40 expeditions to some of the world’s remotest regions and saved over 500 minority ethnic groups through his charity Survival International. During a lifetime of travelling by jeep, horse, camel, foot, and hovercraft, he made the first land crossing of South America at its widest point, the first river crossing of South America from north to south, travelled along the Great Wall of China and across the Kalahari Desert, and led multiple ground-breaking expeditions.