Best foot forward: Levison Wood, 32, at Murchison Falls in Uganda ...

Best foot forward: Levison Wood, at Murchison Falls in Uganda .

levison wood’s best things in life

levison wood’s best things in life

Explorer Levison Wood shares his best things in life

O ex-capitão do Exército britânico Levison Wood durante sua caminhada ao longo do Nilo (Foto: Ilya Gridneff/AP)

By Ilya Gridneff JUBA, Central Equatoria State -- Close calls with crocodiles, a brutal civil war and even the death of a fellow traveller have not deterred a British man from attempting to walk the length of the Nile River.

Levison Wood’s nine-month odyssey saw him walk more than 4,000 miles through Africa from the source of the Nile in Rwanda to the shores of the Mediterranean.

Former British soldier becomes first man to walk the Nile

Levison Wood’s nine-month odyssey saw him walk more than miles through Africa from the source of the Nile in Rwanda to the shores of the Mediterranean.

Walking the Nile: One man will attempt to trek the world's longest river

Levison Wood will travel through African jungles, swamps and deserts for Space for Giants, Tusk, AMECA and the Army Benevolent Fund this month

Former British Army captain Levison Wood, center, sets out walking along the Nile river from Juba, in South Sudan. -AP Photo

Former British Army captain Levison Wood, center, sets out walking along the Nile river from Juba, in South Sudan.

Clinique for Men Squads Up With New Global Campaign

Clinique for Men Squads Up With New Global Campaign

The new global initiative features Daniel Dae Kim and Levison Wood.

This guy walked along the entire length of the Nile.

Travel Pioneers: Levison Wood

Wood's route along the Nile.

Travel Pioneers: Levison Wood

Photojournalist Levison Wood is known for finding novel ways to experience inaccessible and dangerous places – including walking miles along the Nile.

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