Sarah Davis' goal is to be the first woman to paddle the length of the river Nile, the world’s longest river. The Nile flows along some 6,850km, taking in in some of the world’s most extraordinary terrain from its source in Rwanda, through to the end in Egypt where it meets the Mediterranean Sea.
She is a long-time life saver at North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club. It's thanks to being a member here that she developed her passion for kayaking by becoming a surf ski paddler. That put her on the path to this
She represented Australia in the 2017 Internal Canoe Federation Ocean Racing World Championships in Hong Kong, taking out gold in her category. This sport is her passion and she wants to encourage more people into it.
The success of this trip goes way beyond making it to the end or being the first. It’s about the journey and it’s about:
The total cost for this expedition is $150k. This includes equipment, clothing, travel and freight, insurance, an assistance team, security and guides, medicines and nutrition.
There are sponsors already on board and your donation will go towards making this ground breaking Australian expedition a reality and hopefully be the inspiration for many to follow in Sarah's footsteps into the sport of canoeing and kayaking and adventurous pursuits.