AKSHAY NANAVATI: Preparing To Ski Across Antarctica For 110 Days ALONE

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In November 2024, Akshay will set foot in Antarctica to begin a 1,700 mile journey where he will drag a 400-pound sled filled with all his supplies needed to survive in one of the most unforgiving environments on the planet.

For 110 days, he will endure temperatures below -40 degrees, and hurricane force winds as he makes his way across the coldest, driest and windiest continent on Earth.

Akshay Nanavati is a United States Marine veteran, speaker, entrepreneur, ultra runner and author. He served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and was later diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. His book Fearvana: The Revolutionary Science of How to Turn Fear into Health, Wealth and Happiness received widespread acclaim, including endorsements from the Dalai Lama and Jack Canfield.

To learn more about Akshay, follow him on Instagram at @fearvana and check out fearvana.com

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