Watch: Four British university pals drive 6,000km across Africa in TUK-TUKS
The group, who call themselves Tuk South, have been travelling in their auto-rickshaws for the past five months to fundraise for wildlife rangers.
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Four British university pals have dodged elephants and coped with 40 degree Celsius heat as they drive 6,000km across Africa – in two tuk-tuks.
Ivo Horsey, his brother Jasper Horsey and their friends Robbie Thouless and Josh Porter set off from the equator in Nanyuki, Kenya last November.
They hope to reach the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas, by September – and have already had their fair share of experiences.