The Great African Road Trip started in February 2016 and will continue though the end of the year, covering over 20,000 kilometers and 17 countries in East and Southern Africa.
Want to check in and see how the Great African Road Trip is progressing? Here are the best ways to do so.
Three easy ways to get the most up to date information on the Great African Road Trip:
- Check out my Tripline Travel Map. Hopefully even with the spotty internet connections I have on the road, I can this updated to within a few days of travel. You can track the route I have taken by following the numbers in an increasing order, which also notes the date I was at each place. This will be the most up to date information on my location.
- Follow my Nomadic_Travels Instagram Account. While the blogs are taking more time to curate, I am able to get some initial shots up on Instagram more quickly, and these shots should give you a good idea of where I have been more recently.
- I have a Nomadic Facebook Page set-up, which I would love, if you would like. It is a good place to see what new blogs I have posted, but you can also send me a message on it, which are fairly easy for me to receive. If you have a longer communication, email me at Mike@nomadicnature.com.
While the above suggestions will give you the most up to date information, the below will give you a more in-depth perspective on the trip:
- I have created a category on the website, called The Great African Road Trip. This will lead you to an updated list of blogs from the road trip, and anytime you read a blog from the road trip, there are a list of categories at the end of the blog (this will be one of them), which you can click to read other entries from the journey. You can also sign-up to get email updates every few months on new content.
- Check out the Where We Slept Photo Album. Beyond the beauty of the images, and adventure on the road, I thought that pictures of where we stayed every night would also give another perspective into what the trip is like. This is a chronological series of snapshots of where we have laid their heads, and will be updated periodically.
- Check out the African Road Trip Legends Photo Album. Just as important as the journey, and the experiences, have been the legendary travelers who have made the time to share this adventure with me. Check out the crew that has brought fun, knowledge and a cowboy kick to the trip.