The coastlines of Somalia are filled with rampant pirating, making its main port the most treacherous in the world. For Somalis, danger is a way of life, as Dr. Bob Arnot learns when he explores this war-torn country.
At over 586,600 square kilometers, Kenya boasts the best game safaris in the world. Whether Dr. Bob is driving by a pride of lions, walking through herds of game, or watching elephants from a hot air balloon ride, danger comes with the territory.
From the mountains to the beaches, South Africa's beauty masks the hidden dangers of the countryside. Dr. Danger pushes himself to the limit as he travels 473 perilous miles of South African countryside on motorcycle.
Dr. Danger encounters the harsh and tragic living conditions of Darfur's devastated population. Because medical aid cannot reach them quickly enough, thousands of innocent lives are lost to common viruses and diseases.
Food and clean water are tough to come by and children are extremely malnourished. Dr. Danger aids the efforts to save some of the children and visits a hospital to see those who've been wounded from gunfire.