National Geographic in Conjunction With Disney Plus Delivers the Best of Explorer: The Last Tepui
Disney Plus got its documentary lovers covered with its most recent project Explorer: The Last Tepui. The platform has also taken it to its main Twitter page to share the joy with its fans. “There is an entire world out there to uncover. Join us in celebrating Earth Day with this fascinating film.”
The movie revolves around a pair in a daring and extraordinary mission to scale the face of a thousand-foot sheer rock formed in South America, the Guiana Highlands.
Trailer and Plot
The new teaser by Disney Plus offers us a glance into the entire trip. Your crucial characters for the show include an excellent climber, Alex Honnold from the Free Solo fame and National Geographic adventurer Mark Synnott as they dive through the Amazon wilds.
The journey aims to take an elite National Geographic traveller and biologist, Bruce Means to the mountaintop of Tepui. The pair will battle through miles of a packed forest and unanticipated obstacles to assist Means to fulfil his life’s mission.
According to the trailer, this trip is genuinely life-threatening to the participants. Explorer: The Last Tepui will exhibit the magnificent biodiversity of the two Tepuis, Galapagos included, and why safeguarding them from external influence is crucial.
This pair of Tepuis is heavenly and hazardous, full of nature yet uncovered by determined and curious adventurers. Alex Honnold will display his excellent climbing skills through this journey.
Explorer: The Last Tepui lands on our screens via Disney Plus on April 22nd, 2022. (The Earth Day).