Ansh Mishra: Indian Man Travelling To All 54 African Countries Without Using Airplane Reaches Ghana
- An Indian man called Ansh Mishra has embarked on an adventure to visit all 54 African countries
- He is scheduled to spend more than 700 days on the road as he decided to not use an airplane at any point
- Ansh says he is undertaking the project as a way of promoting tourism aside from the adventure
Ansh Mishra, a gentleman from India has embarked on a rather adventurous journey of touring entire Africa without using any airplane.
Documenting his journey on the Instagram handle @letroamindia, Ansh indicates that the plan is to spend more than 700 days on the roads across Africa.
According to him, the mission is not only to have a good time traveling through the 54 African countries but to also use that as an opportunity to promote tourism.
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Ansh arrived in Ghana, the 25th country he has visited so far, and he received a warm welcome from the natives he met in the West African nation.
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"Finally I Made It To One Of The Most Happiest Country In Africa. Successfully Crossed 25th African Land Border Without Using Any Flight Without GOING BACK TO HOME COUNTRY," he posted in an update on his Instagram handle.
Some comments from Ghanaians who were happy to see Ansh
After sharing the update on his Instagram handle, fans of Ansh Mishra, some of whom are Ghanaian went into the comment section to share their thoughts.
Below were some of them:
Welcome to Accra
I'm available to show you around town for free @letsroamindia
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Ansh Mishra tells YEN.com.gh:
Anyone is warmly welcome to support this grand nomad African journey by an Indian through the following links:
See the post below:
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