Adventurer & Humanitarian
Sarah Begum is passionate Adventurer & Humanitarian who became a real-life Amazon Warrior Queen when she lived with an indigenous tribe in the Amazon rainforest. There, she hunted and gathered with warriors to make a documentary about protecting their land from exploitation, which was endorsed by Bear Grylls.
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Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Sarah has been exploring remote corners of the earth; jungles, deserts, mountains to document stories about unique communities, their environment and their relationship with the modern world. Sarah set up The Adventuress Club - a platform to empower women to create their own adventures. Sarah's achievements include Winner of the Spirit of Adventure Award 2014 by the Captain Scott Society for an expedition and directing a BAFTA winning documentary. She has been published in Marie Claire and The Guardian as 'The World's Top 17 Trailblazer' for the San Miguel Rich List.
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Sarah delivers ground breaking interesting content from her adventures around the world including documentaries, humanitarian missions, anthropological studies on indigenous tribes and surviving some of the most dangerous parts of the world.
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