16 places to find out more about our epic 1,300km Kayak The Kwanza expedition:

I thought it would be useful to collate these all in one place. Enjoy!

  1. My talk at the Royal Geographical Society on 22 March 2017
  2. An interview with Landmines in Africa
  3. An interview with Bradt Travel Guides
  4. A report from The HALO Trust on how the $25,000 we raised was spent
  5. An interview with The Business of Adventure on how to get your adventure book published
  6. An interview with The Business of Adventure on the difficulties of kayaking Angola’s Kwanza River
  7. A compilation of our Tweets, recreating the expedition for Ardingly College’s Ardinians Magazine
  8. A Portuguese-language overview of our trip from Luanda Nightlife
  9. A Portuguese-language overview of our trip from the in-flight magazine of Angolan national carrier TAAG
  10. A podcast interview with Weston Moody on his Locales Podcast, only a few days after finishing the expedition
  11. A Portuguese-language overview of our trip from Rede Angola
  12. Discussing the impacts of our expedition with The Armchair Mountaineer
  13. Alfy and I give dodgy advice to recent graduates for The Cool Graduate website
  14. A podcast interview with Ben Cattaneo on his show All Things Risk
  15. My profile on Kate Pumphrey’s The Hot Breakfast website
  16. I outline the dangers of kayaking along a remote river in Africa for my favourite adventure travel website, Polo’s Bastards

 

1) This two-man team completed the first ever source-to-mouth journey of 1,300km along the Kwanza River in Angola.

I also gave a talk at the Royal Geographical Society in London about the trip on 22 March 2017. You can watch that 10 minute lecture below:

 

 

2) : “This will be the first source-to-mouth expedition of the Kwanza

 

 

3) : “The first independent source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola

4) : “In June 2016, Alfred Weston and Oscar Scafidi completed the first ever source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola.

5) : “Having completed his Kayak The Kwanza expedition with team-mate Alfy Weston – the first source-to-mouth expedition along Angola’s longest river – he then had to work out how to get the story into print.

6) : “The first source-to-mouth expedition along Angola’s longest river
7) ‘s Ardinian Magazine, Summer 2016: Issue 40: “With his friend Alfy Weston, Oscar attempted a record breaking feat – to kayak Angola’s Cuanza, or Kwanza, river, from source to mouth, a journey of over 1000 kms.
8) : “In total, their trip will be 1100 km and if completed will set a new .
9) Angolan national airline TAAG’s Austral Magazine: No 117, Pages 68 to 74 of their September/October 2016 edition:
10) : My first interview after finishing the expedition!
14) : [Podcast]
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