The All Africa Expedition 2015 took up 75 days. Our Land Rover managed to stay with us during the challenging 26,000 kilometers and consumed over 3,300 liters of diesel. We traveled through the Republic of South Africa, the Kingdom of Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana, Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo and Gabon.
Distribution of the costs of the 2011-2015 African expeditions is as follows:
- Car repairs: 29 %
- Fuel (diesel): 17 %
- Air tickets (from the Czech Republic to pick up the car and back from countries different from the ones we started in): 12 %
- Visas: 16 %
- Gifts for African natives during our travels: 12 %
- Other expenses: 14 %
The cheapest fuel so far has been in the state of Egypt for 0,1 EUR/liter. The most expensive fuel so far has been in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for 1,80 EUR/liter. In Africa, on average, we refueled for 0,99 EUR/liter.
We have traveled a total of 122,000 kilometers around Africa in the years 2011-2015. During our travels from 2004 to 2011 and during the expeditions that we have been making since 2011 to the present days, we have traveled 98 out of the 196 UNESCO countries all over the world, that is, the exact half of what our goal is. These numbers contain 35 out of the 49 countries that are located on the African mainland which is 71 per cent of the plan. As for the sites on the UNESCO list, we have visited 280 of the total of 999 sites so far, in other words, 28 per cent.