Dan Grec: Overland through Africa

August 2, 2017 |

After falling in love with overland travel on the Pan-American Highway, Dan went home to save money for his next adventure: two years overland through 30 countries in Africa. He’s about halfway through his trip and joined me from Cameroon to talk money, logistics, and more.

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In this episode

  • Cultivating the mind-set to save money for travel
  • Costs of overland travel vs backpacking
  • Deciding where to go and getting visas
  • Tools and community for overland travel
  • Do you need a lot of driving experience to travel overland?
  • Biggest misconceptions about overland travel
  • And so much more
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