The newest Young Explorers return home to spread Pangaea’s message, while South African explorer Mike Horn sails on to new horizons in the fight for nature.

“All we want to show you is that anything is possible. I have given you a key: the door is open, so walk through it.”
With those inspiring words Mike Horn said goodbye to Pangaea’s newest Young Explorers as a successful Borneo programme came to a close in Miri, Sarawak.
The YEPs have now returned to their homes around the world, where they’ll hopefully spread Pangaea’s important message by starting their own environmental projects.
There were plenty of hugs and a tear or two as the YEPs said goodbye to each other, as well Mike, Cathy, Martin and the ship’s crew, who have all bonded into a kind of Earth-saving family aboard the beautiful Pangaea over the past three weeks.
“It’s not the end of the adventure,” said Eugénie Guillaume, 18, of France. “It’s the start of a whole new one.”


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Photos: Dmitri Sharomov - Mike Horn SARL