The Adventurers

Meet Waveheart Arafat Gatabazi

Arafat Gatabazi has had a lifetime of adventure that he didn’t choose or ask for. Having escaped war, strife and terror in the DRC , he found his own peace in what frightens many others, the coldest waters in Africa.

Listen to his conversation with Sam Cowen (recorded on a windy beach!)...

Check out Arafat's blog for news on his latest project or follow him on Facebook. You can also check out a photo gallery below...

He also published this video on YouTube about his swim...


This article first appeared on 702 : Meet Waveheart Arafat Gatabazi


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