“An unforgettable escapade of ultimate danger and discovery…”
- Readers’ Favorite: 5/5 stars
“A thrilling book of real-life adventure;”
- David Canford, Author of The Throwback
Fans of John Krakauer will devour this gripping tale of adventure, survival, and a search for life’s deeper meaning
Two men, three years, seven countries, 3000 miles…
The Central American Sea Kayak Expedition 2000 is an inspiring journey of exploration, endurance, and self-discovery that takes Jean-Philippe Soulé and his traveling partner Luke Shullenberger from Baja California all the way to Panama.
During this unfathomably grueling expedition, they face every manner of threat, from sharks, crocodiles, and bandits to stormy seas, malaria, and their own mortality—all in search of a deeper connection to Mother Nature and the indigenous people who revere her most.
This riveting memoir of physical and emotional endurance will leave you breathless as you experience their victories, misfortunes and sacrifices. An evocative, gripping narrative coupled with award-winning photographs that is a must-read for those who love travel, outdoor adventure, and cultural exploration—and for the dreamers who've been told they can't, but stubbornly refuse to listen.
2019 Winner of Three international Book Awards