Davor Rostuhar reveals the details of the expedition to the South Pole

A lecture you do not want to miss. Find out first-hand the unknown details of this enterprise

Davor Rostuhar reveals the details of the expedition to the South Pole

We will have many fantastic speakers at the Conference and will close it with a person who, thanks to an idea, his willpower and the desire for achievement, realized the unbelievable - Davor Rostuhar. The author of 6 travel books and photography project "National Geographic’s Croatia from the Air" will recount the details of his latest enterprise - the expedition to the South Pole, which lasted for 47 days, during which he crossed 1163 km on his own, without food delivery, dragging all the equipment in a sleigh weighing 135 kg.

Besides the South Pole expedition, Davor successfully completed a number of projects and expeditions: the expedition to the nomad people called Nenet in the north of Siberia and tracking their migration over the frozen river Ob; aerial chronicles of Croatia that took him seven years to shoot, and the photo presentation in the first Croatian National Geographic monograph and a unique outdoor solar-powered exhibition. He spent 23 days in Bolivian Amazonia, an expedition to the area where a man has never set foot before and where Davor was in search of a jaguar. Find out more about Davor on his official site.

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