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Can You Swim All of River Volta?

If you had a boat weighing in at 4.5 tonnes built in Accra and needed to get it to the confluence of the Black and White Voltas for an expedition, the riverine port at Buipe is where you’d have to get your boat to. The logistical conundrums of moving a solar-powered boat up from Tema to the Savannah Region is […]

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Summiting Kilimanjaro with Malaria

The six-day assault of Kilimanjaro via the Macheme route was a walk in the park for me. This was my 16th assault of Africa’s highest mountain, and I had, between 2001 and 2009, survived the other more grueling routes under all kinds of murderous weather conditions. Macheme was easy peasy lemon squeezy.That last part was only in my head, of […]

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Kids Have No Fears: Let’s Not Pass Ours On!

By JayJay D. Segbefia, NAV Accra-GHANA I’d like to introduce you to Nii Amate. Nii Amate has participated in almost every BraveHearts Expeditions’ Abseil adventure since the firm rolled out the first-ever commercial abseil project in 2015, taking on challenges between 20 and 50 metres of vertical space every time. On the BraveHearts Expeditions #NoLimits4Kids Abseil adventure on July 6 […]