Far Out Africa
The only good reason for starting a long journey, is the chance of meeting new people, making new friends, listening to new voices, and learning….
It is not about the surrounding and landscaping... it’s about culture.
It is not about getting, but about giving, because we believe that giving is getting.
Far Out in a glance:
Far Out Africa was establish at 2001, in East Africa as an extreme tourism and special missions company.
For over 14 years, Far Out Africa has operated unique in-depth, off the beaten track, motorcycle expeditions throughout Africa.
On those years we have reached to the most remote and hazardous places in Africa, trying to integrate with the local population and to contribute with our knowhow and resources for the benefit of the local communities.
We have been ridding across the Namibian deserts, all the way to the red skinned tribe, sawing Egypt throughout the Sahara desert with its magnificent oasis’s, and currently we operating in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Congo DRC, Rwanda and south Sudan, Malawi and Mozambique.
Far Out and social responsibility.
We at Far-out Africa strongly believe in a social responsibility, and accordingly we have established various projects related to education, agriculture, art, design and welfare. We are traveling and operating throughout out the continent, in order to identify the needs and the support can be given to the locals, all with allot of respect to the tradition and habits.
The target: Creating a platform for self-suitability.
We are setting up a collaborated workshops with international students and institutes, as well as privet individuals, in order to support with local population by creation of a platform of design and manufacturing of products from local materials, by the local, in order to assist and create a self-suitability.
With this approach we have set up an internet connectivity in more than 300 secondary schools in Uganda and South Africa collaborated with the word bank. We have been building schools in Congo DRC, and set up an art and design workshops in many villages along the way.
Now, Far Out Africa is collaborating with ASEM, an organization that its objective is to assist with the children of Mozambique.
Far Out Africa, with its vast experience of implementing projects in Africa, together with ASEM that has 26 years of on the ground activity, are promoting a volunteering program that will assist with the organization, with its objective and will give you the opportunity to come over and make a small change for Africa and a life changing experience for you.
Why joining us?
With over a decade of experience traveling throughout and continent and exposing the real Africa to our gusts, we know how to deliver a life-changing experience while fulfilling the potential of your skills on behalf of the lives of children of Mozambique.
Make it happened... come to make the difference with us now.
At a start, you will need to fill in the volunteering request form attached here.
Fill in the form and send it back to us at email@example.com and our volunteering center will contact you shortly.
Last but not the least:
I am traveling thought-out Africa on a bike, mostly solo trips, for over 14 years...I have been asked so many time why? The answer is not about the surrounding and landscaping...it’s about culture.
The only good reason for starting a journey, is meeting new people, making new friends, listening to new voices, and learning…, it’s all about getting to know genuine people
Struggling on the rough roads of Malawi during day time....
Join me for a lifetime expedition
The Trance African Dream…
Very limited edition….
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From Cape Town South Africa to Kampala, Uganda
Crossing Africa Solo
Chilling out in Heaven on Earth, at the afternoon…
And keep on rolling… like a Shark… do not move do not birth…..
Malawi. Usually a relaxed and easy going country, experienced the most dramatic and hectic Cyclone since 30 years…
The roads as well as the bridges were washed away and I have found myself isolated and grounded at a friend’s house, just on the lake ,a small haven on earth.
From the southern part of the lake I have proceeded along Lake Malawi all the way to Mbeya, Tanzania. Cutting Tanzania in 3 days with stop over at Mikumi national park, Kegera and Arusha. The Tanzanian infrastructure did not contribute to my mood.
From there, I continued to Nairobi and finished this part of my journey in Kampala, Uganda.
Covered up to now some 9500 km. visited South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.
Malawi, rainy season… check this video to taste a bit of my Cross Africa expedition
It is not about sightseeing and landscaping… it’s about the people, about the culture
One Bike, One rider, 9500 km….
Crossing Africa – Solo.
Crossing from South Africa to Eastern Africa during the rainy season, is a challenging mission… it is even more challenging doing it alone.
Started my journey on the well maintained South African highways, along the costal road that gives you an opportunity to take the bike to its limits, while enjoying one of the most sensual roads a biker can find. I’m facing eastwards, to the Indian Ocean cost line, to Maputo, Mozambique.
Entering Mozambique- Entering Africa. Nothing looks like and feel like the well tarmac roads of South Africa, and the African expedition starts now.
Lake Malawi, four seasons in 24 hours ….
If you have ever dreamt of crossing Africa on a BMW bike ?Make happen here ..........