Africa by Kayak - 2000km around the southern tip of Africa
- Published on: 11/8/2016
- In 2007, Beau Miles attempted to paddle the 4000kms from one side of Africa to the other. Starting in Mozambique and continuing along the South African coast Beau allowed 5 months to complete the voyage. With him for over half the journey was Jared Sharples of New Zealand. Together the pair experienced the magnificent coast until Jared, crippled with sickness, left the expedition. Beau paddled alone for 6 weeks, experiencing for the first time in his life, a truly nomadic, solo existence. Battling huge surf, Beau only completed 2000kms of the original plan after realising that his trip wasn't about kilometres gained but rather the quality of the experience.
Shown on Outside TV USA, winner of OuterEdge Magazines most outstanding Adventure Film (2010), official selection at Montreal Adventure Film Festival (2009) & Vancouver International Mountain Film festival 2012.
Produced and directed by Beau Miles
Edited by Brett Campbell with Michael Crotty
Music score by David Cuthbertson
Dialogue editor Chris Braun
Camera Beau Miles
With additional footage from Jared Sharples, Brett Campbell, Alistair Young, Richard Moran, Justin Bosch, Paul Hughes, Jamie Magyar.
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