Last year a team of paddlers kayaked the length of the Amazon River, source to sea, covering 4200+ miles (6760 km ) in the process. The expedition was called The Amazon Express and we followed it very closely here on the Adventure Blog as the paddlers made their way through some incredibly difficult and challenging areas on their way to making history. It was the first time that anyone had managed to kayak the entire length of the river before.
Now, the team is hoping to produce a documentary about their adventure and they’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds to do so. Unfortunately, I only just learned about their efforts in the past few days and since I’ve still been digging out from my travels over the weekend, I hadn’t had a chance to post about this sooner. As I write this, there are only a few hours left on the clock for this to get kickstarted and they are well below the funding they were seeking. Perhaps they’ll give it another go, but at the moment it looks like that barring a miracle of some kind, this documentary won’t getting made. Still, the video below gives you an idea of what they have in mind. Hopefully they’ll find the funding they need. I’d definitely like to see this film at some point and I can’t be the only one.
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