1,500-Mile Expedition to Save Africa’s Wildest Place

Over 120 days and in dugout canoes, South African biologist Steve Boyes led a team of explorers on a grueling 1,500-mile trek from the headwaters of the Okavango River in Angola to its desert delta in Botswana, a sanctuary for the largest population of elephants and other wildlife. Their goal was to document, record, and broadcast the pulse of this Eden, one of the Earth’s last untouched wildernesses.

Steve Boyes is a 2016 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. 
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