Hi, and welcome to the official website of Kevin Casey, the Remote River Man: wilderness explorer and professional freelance writer. Here you can find out all about my latest journeys exploring the wildest and least known rivers on earth. View all my latest video clips on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/remoteriverman, and check out the FAQs page. If you like, register to become a Member of this site and also please subscribe to the Remote River Man YouTube channel - it's free, and you'll be given an automatic heads-up when a new video appears. Check out the specialized gear I use on the My Gear page, or interact with myself and other remote river enthusiasts on the Remote River Man Facebook Fan Page.
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Read this terrific article about my 2013 River With No Name expedition in the Kimberley, in Sidetracked magazine: http://www.sidetracked.com/remote-river-man-kimberley/
My journey to the pristine Rewa River in the central Guyana jungle was spectacularly successful, and the wildlife unsurpassed. This was an exploration of one of South America's wildest untouched rivers, brimming with endangered otters, gigantic monster fish, shy tapirs, bizarre parasites (living inside the mouths of piranhas!) and some of most astounding jungle scenery and waterfalls on earth. Just as amazing was my Makushi tribesman companion, whose expertise at bow and arrow fishing from a standing position in a moving canoe left even me speechless...
In 2013 I completed a journey along the Temash River in southern Belize, the 'River With No Name' expedition in the Kimberley, then a solo journey to isolated Helmcken Lake on Princess Royal Island in BC, Canada.
If you like big piranhas, check out this article in Sidetracked magazine about my incredible trip to the Rewa River in the jungles of Guyana:
What's green, inflatable, weighs just over 2 kilograms, can be carried in a backpack with a four-piece paddle, is amazingly durable for its weight, and helps me explore the remotest, least accessible creeks and swamps on the planet? My trusty Alpacka packraft, of course... here I make good use of it along the King Edward river in the tropical Kimberley region of Western Australia.