Hello, my name is Zac (22), and I am a student at the University of Westminster in London, United Kingdom. I currently study Film at university and am planning on creating a documentary on our Mongol Rally journey.
I first found out about the Mongol Rally back in 2015 while searching for crazy adventures, and I have been hooked on the idea since. Since then, I have been a travel enthusiast by travelling to over 29 countries and still working my way through the world.
Taking part in the Mongol Rally will be an incredible experience for my team and me. To experience over 37 different countries, cultures, and all the people we will meet along the way, this won't just be an incredible adventure but one of the most exceptional learning experiences we will ever have.
Hello, my name is Emily (20), and I am currently a film student on track to graduate from the University of Westminster in 2020 when the rally kicks off. I am originally from Suffolk, England, but currently, am based in London.
I am excited to take part in the Mongol Rally event because I am very passionate about travelling, as well as sustainable living. The Mongol Rally focuses on raising charity for their official sponsor, Cool Earth. Raising money for an environmental charity and practising sustainable living while on the road is something I am very enthusiastic about. While filming our documentary, I hope to convey an environmental perspective by being vegan and attempting to be zero waste while travelling in some of the most remote corners of the planet.
Hello, my name is Hania (21), and I am originally from Szczecin, Poland, but currently, am based in London. Like my other teammates, I am also currently on track to graduate from Westminster in Film as well.
I am very passionate about taking part in the Mongol Rally because I am incredibly excited to experience the many countries that I have never been to before. As an aspiring film writer/director, any new experience I can gain that is out of the ordinary is a blessing.
Also, my language skills will be very beneficial on our journey, in that I can speak Polish, English, Italian, German, and am currently learning Russian.
Overall, taking part in the Mongol Rally allows me to create an original documentary, work with charities, expand my language skills, and have an unforgettable life experience.