In the footsteps of African giants

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  1. Sight to behold: The team takes stock of the presence of some live giants  African elephants  while kayaking through the Okavango delta. Pictures: Ian Michler
  2. CROSS-CONTINENT: The route of the Tracks of Giants expedition, from Namibia's Skeleton Coast in the west to Cape Vidal on the KwaZulu-Natal coast in the east. Picture: NICK CHEVALLIER PRODUCTIONS
  3. ON YER BIKES: When not walking or kayaking, the team took to the saddle as they made their way through six countries on the subcontinent.
  4. FIVE BIG ONES: Conservationists Ian Michler, left, and Ian McCullum, who walked, pedalled and paddled over 5 000km across southern Africa during their 125-day Tracks of Giants expedition to raise environmental awareness, particularly for transfrontier conservation areas, ...
  5. EARLY DAYS: The first stages of the expedition saw the team hiking through spectacular landscapes, like this canyon in Namibia.
  6. Sight to behold: The team takes stock of the presence of some live giants  African elephants  while kayaking through the Okavango delta. Pictures: ian michler
 

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