To get the most out of this exciting trip it will help to have a good level of walking fitness. Following is a schedule that could help you get to a level for most of the walks. Don’t worry if you find its too much you can stick to the shorter walks and enjoy them all the more:
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10 Add 10 minutes to Day 9 up until you are comfortable walking 60 minutes without stopping and feel comfortable when you stop.
Those who wish to walk a few kilometres a day need to be able to walk across rolling terrain for 2-3 hours.
Mandy is one well-travelled person, having visited all 7 continents! Over the years her travels have taken her to the UK, Europe, the USA, Canada, Vanuatu, the Philippines, South Africa, Kenya, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Mexico, Russia, China, Burma, Croatia, Slovenia, Vietnam, India, Laos, Cambodia, Argentina and Antarctica plus a few more.
Mandy has always had an adventurous spirit, especially for places more unusual. She particularly enjoys introducing others to these destinations and making it possible for people to realise a life’s dream.