Using exploration to catalyze curiosity, Francois and his team believes that these values are extremely important for understanding our unique vocational response towards a very fast changing world of work.
It is through the process of curiosity and courage, a symbiotic relationship with all life, and the remarkable ecology of our planet, that we grow and learn and gain empathy for others, as well as for the natural resources. Francois has lead expeditions with high school learners and university students for more than 15 years.
Exposure to remarkable people and extraordinary places expands one’s empathic potential, as well as a respect for someone’s culture and context. These are some of the skills that will count at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution. According to the world economic forum, Africa was largely bypassed by previous industrial revolutions, but stands in a unique position to reap the benefits of current changes.
The young and growing population, vast resources and accessibility makes various countries in Africa the perfect place for young explorers to learn how to engage with skills that will greatly benefit them in their process of self- and career exploration. Hundreds of young explorers have traveled with Francois to Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia- and if there is one thing that he is sure about- it is that there has never been a more urgent time for the spirit of exploration to take its place amongst us again.
Get in touch if you have any Q’s:
- Our next expedition
- How you can get involved
- Remarkable People & Extraordinary Places
- Hiring a 4×4 / overlander
- Why we do this