New Africa Trek Website: AfricaTrekSeries.com

AfricaTrekSeries.com

AfricaTrekSeries.com

Inkwater Press has created a new website for our upcoming publication, Africa Trek: AfricaTrekSeries.com.

At AfricaTrekSeries.com visitors may order products, read the latest Africa Trek news, and learn when the documentary miniseries will air in their area. Bonus goodies include a photo gallery, a chance to ask Sonia and Alex questions about their journey, and information on the Africa Trek book tour. Fulfill your Africa Trek cravings– visit the official site today!

In Africa Trek, Alexandre and Sonia Poussin undertake to walk the length of Africa entirely on foot, from the Cape of Good Hope to the Sea of Galilee. In a three-year trek along the Great Rift Valley of East Africa, their goal is to symbolically retrace the passage of early Man, from Australopithecus to Modern Man. Without sponsors, without support team, sharing the poverty of their hosts, they speak to us on each page of the generosity and enthusiasm of these men and women who populate the African continent. Day after day, Alexandre and Sonia become a bit more African themselves. In the first volume, which recounts the first seven thousand kilometers up to Mount Kilimanjaro, we are privileged to share an intimate look into the heart of Africa and her people.

The first volume of Africa Trek will be available on September 2nd. Pre-order your copy today through InkwaterBooks.com, Amazon.com, or BarnesandNoble.com.

2 thoughts on “New Africa Trek Website: AfricaTrekSeries.com

  1. For Africa to crawl out of poverty, good governance must first all be realized. Otherwise all the efforts being done by different organisations will not achieve anything in the presence of dictators and corrupt leaders. On a positive note, it is important to point out that some countries (Botswana, Mozambique) are doing well in the area of good governance.

  2. For Africa to crawl out of poverty, good governance must first all be realized. Otherwise all the efforts being done by different organisations will not achieve anything in the presence of dictators and corrupt leaders. On a positive note, it is important to point out that some countries (Botswana, Mozambique) are doing well in the area of good governance.

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