Hawaii, the most remote island chain on Earth, offers sanctuary for wildlife that has reached its tropical shores. From humpback whales to waterfall-climbing fish, it’s home to an extraordinary wealth of wildlife.
Premieres September 16
Journey to three of the most exotic, mysterious and remote islands on the planet: Madagascar, Borneo and Hawaii. Isolated from the rest of the world, they harbor remarkable wildlife and pioneering human communities found nowhere else on Earth.
Islands of Wonder Episodes
Islands of Wonder Extras
S1 Ep3 | 2m 12s
White terns were once revered by the ancient Polynesians.
S1 Ep3 | 2m 37s
Hawaii’s upland rivers provide a safe haven from predators for young gobies.
S1 Ep3 | 4m 17s
In honor of their seafaring ancestors, Hawaii hosts a 42-mile canoe race every year.
S1 Ep3 | 30s
The most remote island chain on Earth, Hawaii is a haven for wildlife.
S1 Ep2 | 1m 51s
On Borneo’s coast, the Bajau Laut spend much of their day hunting underwater.
S1 Ep2 | 2m 47s
Twentinolosa spends almost every day with the orangutans that dwell in Borneo's forests.
S1 Ep2 | 3m 49s
Fishermen Rajamil and Pidel Wali walk along the shores collecting plastic to use as lures.
S1 Ep2 | 30s
In Borneo, the struggle to survive is the secret to its great diversity of life.
S1 Ep1 | 3m 6s
In Madagascar’s remote western desert, divers explore a hidden pool of water.
S1 Ep1 | 3m 47s
The residents of Ampotaka rely on the baobab trees during Madagascar's dry season.
S1 Ep1 | 2m 2s
In the spiny forests of Madagascar, ring-tail lemur troops search for food.
S1 Ep1 | 3m 47s
The decken’s sifaka cross miles of exposed rock to feed themselves and their young.