Adventurous Accounts Published Elsewhere
Articles and Stories Published Online or in Printed Media
As well as maintaining an active blog Team Tane aims to share their mission of using adventures to encourage environmental and cultural awareness through other platforms. These platforms include good ol’ fashion printed media (mainly magazines) and as online publications through media houses, organisations or other websites. We try to only include content which will keep you excited and enthralled. In order to access these media types select from the lists below.
Below is a list of thrilling stories from various adventures as published in numerous printed media. The articles can be accessed by clicking on the images or headings and websites of the publishers by clicking the links.
Overshadowed by Mt Kilimanjaro and, to a lesser extent, Mt Kenya, the mind-blowing Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda, Africa’s largest range, remain secret summits. This article published in Getaway Magazine October 2017, tells of our epic mission to the Jurassic land and tries to answer why we climb.
Our expedition Suzuki Africa Sky High is as much about trying to answer some fundamental questions as it is about experiencing Africa. This article published in July 2017 by South African 4×4 publication, Leisure Wheels, starts by defining the questions and tries to find the answers.
Travel Drakensberg, published in the May 2017 Getaway Magazine, is a compilation of awesome hiking ideas for the Drakensberg region South Africa. It was writing by an assortment of enthusiasts and compiled by Getaway into a roadmap of the coolest hikes in one of South Africa’s most stunning areas.
Travel’s Hidden Truths is an article which focuses on the insight gained from life on the road and discusses the personal growth opportunities travelling offers which are often overlooked. It was published in Sawubona, SAA’s inflight magazine, in May 2017. Let us know what you think. For more about Sawubona check out the Sawubona Site.
Back to the High Life is a thrilling story of Shane and his mate Jon tackling Lesotho’s Maluti Mountains shortly after Shane recovered from his paragliding incident. This is the article as published by Ride in March 2016, their website can be accessed here Ride Site
A continuation of the exhilarating stories above can be found below on various websites that published the articles. The articles can be accessed by clicking on either the images or the heading links, note you will be redirected to the publisher’s website.
Its true, crossing African land borders is a pain. BUT alike all things, if handled in the right manner, the rough experience can be smoothed out significantly. In this, our most useful overland tip blog yet, we provide insights on how to cross Africa the easy way. Published by Cyberstoep .
An article published by Women on Wheels showcasing our expedition Suzuki Africa Sky High with details on what we are doing, check it out on the Women on Wheels Website.
Occasions like Valentine’s Day don’t have to be time where we feel obliged to buy gifts we don’t really want to buy or feel guilty for not buying the. They can be an opportunity to spend time with loved ones doing what we love together. We explain how in this article published by Cape Union Mart
A recount of an exciting pre-expedition training for Mission to a GOLDen Height at Matroosberg in the Western Cape of South Africa in a mid-winter blizzard. The full article and pictures were published on SA Mountain Magazine SA Mountain Site or at Climb ZA Climb ZA Site
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Its chaotic and frequently nerve-wracking but it works. Driving in Africa is unlike driving in the rest of the world, working off an unwritten set of Africanised “Rules.” This article is a colloquial attempt to characterise the craziness to help you get through it unscathed.read more
There are adventures and there are ADVENTURES. This is the story of our epic ten-day mission to climb three of Africa’s five highest summits in the Jurassic National Park that is the Rwenzori Mountains, Uganda.read more
Minimalism. It’s a simple concept but one that is usually associated with hippies. This blog discusses how we have used this concept to successfully fit our lives into a Suzuki Jimny and its application in life and travel. It offers tips for how to think light to shed your worries.read more