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PHOTO GALLERY: British man becomes first person to travel length of the Nile on foot


Uganda
Explorer Levison Wood poses for a photo atthe Murchison Falls In Uganda (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Tanzania
Explorer Levison Wood poses for a photo in Tanzania (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Sudan
Explorer Levison Wood walks in the desert in Sudan (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood walks near the temple of Wadi El-Seboua at Lake Nasser, Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood sits facing the Nile in Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood walking near Lake Nasser, Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood looking to the Nile in Luxor, Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood crossing a small tree in Upper Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood in a hot air balloon flying over Luxor, Egypt (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Sudan
Explorer Levison Wood posted this photo of the view of the great bend of the Nile as seen from the top of Jebel Berkal - the Holy Mountain in Karima, Sudan (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Rwanda
Explorer Levison Wood camping in Rwanda (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Uganda
Explorer Levison Wood crossing lake Kyoga in Uganda (Photo: Courtesy of Walking the Nile Facebook page)
Egypt
Explorer Levison Wood walks on Qasr El-Nil bridge in Cairo, as he finishes his trek as the first person to walk the entire length of the Nile, August 20, 2014 (Photo: Courtesy of Reuters)
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Levison Wood becomes the first person to succeed in completing a long journey along the Nile River and is celebrated in Egypt

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