Added by on 2018-10-31

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Learn how to survive as we walk you through the steps we took on a week-long primitive survival outing. ****Next Class March 2019****. I know its long, but it’s packed with cool skills. Skills shown are shelter, primitive coconut opening, gathering food, friction fire from Bamboo, basket weaving and traps, primitive spearfishing, rope making, bamboo fish trap, diving deep for conch, mongoose trapping, bamboo cooking, snail roast and clay baking. If interested in going out on an excursion like this, check out or . Class will be held late 2017 in a very similar location on the Western side of St Croix. Just had all my camera gear stolen, with half of my new video on it. Ugh, if anyone feels up to donating to help me replace it, please go to link. Thank you, If you’d like to support the next video please donate, this takes time and $ $ to make ++If you would like to be added to my mailing list go to: Creating these videos is a blast…but can also be limited by $ $ …if you feel up to it, please chip in so that I can crank out more and more content like this. Visit my Patreon account and donate as little as if you have the ability. Thanks, If you’d like to learn more about Island Survival Tips, try Matts videos found here I will be taking a trip back to the Amazon Jungle to visit a remote tribe called the Huaorani. If you would like to see a jungle survival video that is packed with survival skills please chip in a few bucks to fund the trip… (time-lapse video at end by Brad Salon) ****For […]


  • Dinudaya Weerasekara 1 year ago

    coconut leaves must be weave before use. they are extremely effective when weaved. and there is a easy method to climb a coconut trees, we use big cord, cloth or coconut leave ring to lock the both legs its a bit trickey thing and my english is bad idont know how to describe the posses .

  • Matt Wernecke 1 year ago

    Don't kill your best friend.

  • mark allemand 1 year ago

    they deserve there own show,,stay mellow man !

  • Nick Call 1 year ago

    Instead of chestnuts snails roasting on an open fire

  • Ruben van der Meer 1 year ago

    Nice vid

  • Raymond James 1 year ago

    Almonds are an energy deficit. It takes more energy to get them opened than it gives you.

  • Raymond James 1 year ago

    You definitely lose weight on these treks.

  • Blei1986 1 year ago

    4:42 shelter? more like mansion

  • Katie Boyle 1 year ago

    Why would you dislike are you silly

  • Mcglanicglin Mc 1 year ago

    Hello please respond to my idea

    Think you should film each day with multiple go pros and each day be an episode instead of all crammed into one video

  • shieldmaiden000 1 year ago

    I kept passing this video up because I knew I would never be in a situation where I would be on a deserted island, but I am glad I decided to watch it. There are still things in this video that I could use no matter where I am if I am in a survival situation. One thing I didn't understand is why you passed up the sea urchins and not gather them to eat? Was there a red tide or something against that kind of shell fish?Again…a great video. Thank you!

  • Bee kay 1 year ago

    Holy Mackerel!! I'm an Islander myself but you guys sure made it look so simple!! well,there's always something new to learn.

  • Angie Krajewski 1 year ago

    While your doig the fish with clay you could have several fish inside… …

  • Angie Krajewski 1 year ago

    Got to be fit if you climb that coconut tree!!! Might need to nat. A belt to help..see you had a knife..which some will not have. …

  • Russell 1 year ago

    make the whole island a signal fire, burn that thing to the ground so it can be seen from space. Get rescued . Figs on living off the island.

  • Deepblu dude 1 year ago

    In the 80s I lived and worked on a desert island for years! was paid to do it best time of my life except working in Afghanistan….

  • Cedro Peters 1 year ago

    Mongoose has rabies dude. Not good for consuming.

  • Paul Howard 1 year ago

    Awesome video ty for sharing

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