Phnom Penh Post

Camus is close to the finishline of his autentic adventure on the Mekong.

The solo adventurer Rémi Camus is barely 300km to complete a 4,400 km incredible expedition on the Mekong river, from its origin in Tibet to the point of Vietnam where the Mekong joins the South China Sea.

The 28-year-old Frenchman is currently in Phnom Penh and will leave on Friday morning to Vietnam to end his charitable campaign to raise awareness of drinking water in the six countries crossed by the Mekong.

Camus first catched the attention of the world when he ran alone across the Australian continent with the support of his association, Expedition Terre Inconnue, which stands for the access of safe drinking water for every person on Earth.