Your mission takes place in the Amazon under the supervision of officers of the British special forces SAS (Special Air Service), who are highly experienced in jungle combat and survival. These specialists participated in military exercises and operations around the world, from the Persion Gulf, to the Falkland Islands, to the Indian Himalayas. At some stages of the mission they may be assisted by local guides and hunters and members of the national military.
In this fully interactive scenario, you choose how to execute each phase of the mission, the level of difficulty and territory covered. Perhaps you will raft the old indian Portaro river or rappel from the one of the largests waterfalls in the world. You might come face-to-face with giant anacondas or encounter local Indians who will teach you their system of hunting and survival.
The British Special Air Service or SAS chose French Guyana as their main place of training elite units. One of the last countries in South America where the natural ecosystem is preserved in almost pristine condition, the entire country is mostly covered by unexplored jungle. "Guyana" in the language of local Indians means "land of many waters.”
- 4x4 and horses
- Motorcycles, ATVs
- Helicopters, para- and powered paragliding
- Light aircraft
- Boats, kayaks, jet skis
- Diving, mountaineering, parachuting and other military equipment
- Firearms and airsoft guns
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