ADVENTURER

Daniel Veith considers himself a “maniacal traveler” and has visited to date almost 80 countries in Europe, America, Africa and Asia. The car being his preferred means of transport, he has clocked around 70,000 km at the wheel in South America alone. During his “globetrotting years”, between 2003 and 2010, he has been traveling between the Andes mountain range, the Sahara desert and the Malaysian rainforests for more than 6 months each year.

CONFLICT AREAS

Caucasus (2008)
In the Caucusus, shortly after provisional arrest on suspicion of being a Russian spy, during the war between Russia and Georgia.
Tunisia – Algeria (2010)
In Tunisia, close to the border with Algeria, in a region threatened by Al Qaeda, in Maghreb.
Palestine (2009)
In Ramallah, de-facto capital of Palestine.
Transnistria (2010)
In Tiraspol, capital of Transnistria, a post-Soviet country not recognized by the international community.
Pristina (2010)
In Pristina, capital of Kosovo, two years after its declaration of independence from Serbia.
Syria (2009)
In Syria, close to the border with Iraq, the area today controlled by Islamic State.