In September of this year, adventurers Aaron Chervenak and Gareth Jones will embark on an epic journey that will cover more than 9000km (5592 miles) across the Amazon Jungle in South America. Along the way they intend to document their travels through photos, video, web updates and film production as they introduce their audience to the diverse and unique people and landscapes of Brazil.
Aaron and Gareth call their expedition Brazil 9000 and it will begin at Monte Caburaí, a 1465 meter (4806 ft) mountain on the border of Brazil and Guyana. From there, they’ll travel south by canoe through the Amazon, then by foot across the dense Caatinga forests and along thousands of miles of coastline, before finishing the final stage of the journey by bike, eventually ending in Chuí, a small town on the border with Uruguay.
South at the 28th Spring from The Skeeto Lounge on Vimeo.
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