Treasure Quest: Snake Island
Snake Island is remote and has the most terrifying deterrent: the largest population of deadly snakes. Every move that the Treasure Quest team makes must be made with extreme caution.
The Danger Zone
While on their way to the Santa Ana mission, the Treasure Quest team stumbles on some evidence that Nazis had been in the area.
A Secret Nazi Hideout
The Treasure Quest team finds an Incan nose plate, which is another major clue that the Incan people had traveled to this location that's almost 500 miles away from their empire.
A Huge Incan Find
The Treasure Quest team finds themselves being tailed by a threatening car while on their way to the southern tip of Paraguay.
Hot Pursuit in Paraguay
Brett and Mehgan discover a deep pool of water on the outskirts of the Santa Ana mission. Determined to explore the bottom, Brett takes a risky dive.
Brett's Risky Dive
Jeremy and Cappy create a "macaroni jet" to help with visibility in the murky waters of the Paraguay River.
Diving in Chocolate Milk
Jeremy uses a remote controlled rover to explore the bottom of the Arroyo Santa Ana. Equipped with an HD camera, the rover can operate as much as 1,000 feet below the surface.
Send in the Rover
Mehgan encounters a gigantic snake on the first day of the renewed quest. This super aggressive snake is one of the most poisonous snakes in the area.
The Snakes Strike Back
After receiving a hit on his metal detector, Cappy begins digging for gold. Unfortunately for him, a skin-crawling surprise is waiting.
Bullet Ant Attack
As the Treasure Quest team reunites to begin a new expedition, they find out that someone returned to Snake Island by themselves.
The Treasure Hunters Reunite
Cappy invites a shaman aboard the boat to bless the expedition and protect the team from the spirits that may be haunting the Treasure of the Trinity.
A Curse on the Treasure
It wasn't easy for Brett Tutor to leave his family behind to join the hunt for the Treasure of the Trinity, but he's excited to see what they may discover.
Brett Joins the Hunt
The Treasure Quest team tastes piranha for the first time, freshly caught from the Paraná River in Argentina.
Piranha for Dinner
As an accomplished stunt diver and expert anthropologist, Mehgan Heaney-Grier continues to prove why she's an important asset to the treasure hunting team.
Every kid dreams of being a treasure hunter when they grow up. For expedition leader Cork Graham, that dream became a reality.
Cork's Childhood Dream
Why would Navy veteran Cappy agree to face the dangers of finding the Treasures of the Trinity? Simple: ladies love Indiana Jones.
That Indiana Jones Feeling