Accra To London By Road: Wanderlust Ghana Reveals They Climbed Kilimanjaro Last Year

Accra To London By Road: Wanderlust Ghana Reveals They Climbed Kilimanjaro Last Year

  • A team of 12 Ghanaian men and one woman, chronicled on their Facebook page Wanderlust Ghana, revealed that they climbed Mount Kilimanjaro as part of their preparation for an unprecedented road trip from Accra to London
  • The successful ascent of Africa's tallest mountain portrayed their determination and readiness for the historic journey
  • The team's audacious endeavor exemplifies their commitment to exploration and boundary-pushing and earned them plaudits online

The groundbreaking expedition undertaken by a team of 12 Ghanaian men and one woman, chronicled on their Facebook page, Wanderlust Ghana, has unveiled a remarkable accomplishment.

The team disclosed that in the lead-up to their current historic journey, they scaled the heights of Africa's tallest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, last year in 2022.

Their audacious endeavor, a road trip spanning from Accra to London, has captivated the attention of enthusiasts worldwide.

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Accra To London by road team at Kilimanjaro
Team who went from Accra to London visited Kilimanjaro last year Photo credit: Wanderlust GHANA
Source: Facebook

As reported by Wanderlust Ghana, this unprecedented drive symbolizes a convergence of exploration and perseverance, underscoring the team's dedication to pushing boundaries and etching their names into the annals of history.

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Ghanaians react to photos of Wanderlust Ghana at Kilimanjaro

Many Ghanaians who were amazed to see photos of the team at Kilimanjaro took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

Below are some of their reactions.

Eugenia Ahinakwa said:

I keep getting the conviction that Ghana can live again. U guys are too much

Ebo Dantse Benjamin indicated:

If we had capacity to do mars or moon. You guys would have accomplished it. Kudos. You force. Next time we go join until. Until then, we are cheering from the centre line.

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Obed Asare-Bediako stated:

When I get rich I will join , wandering has been my passion. I do it in my small way but I know some day I will do this. Thank you for encouraging us.

Why the G-Wagon could not complete the Accra to London trip

Meanwhile, among the 12 people that began the journey, a few were missing, notably a man who caught the eye of Ghanaians with his robust G-Wagon.

One of the members of the team in a video explained why the G-Wagon guy, who is a fan favourite, could not make it to London.

The only female on historic Accra to London trip goes viral

In other related news, the only woman among the team who embarked on the 10,000km trip from Accra to London, Nana Afua Serwaa Adusei, has unique rap skills.

The beautiful lady with exceptional fashion sense performed Reggie Rockstone's New Balance in an old video.

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