Hi Guys/girls from around the world
My name Is Leon im 21 years old, and Live In Perth, Western Australia, Mid next year I am going on a journey of a life time filming the world and its people and experiencing culture and asking the people the issues they face. I am a adventurous person, So I wil try and camp in the wildnerness or get a glimpse of how the locals live.
I am looking for people to come and join me film the world and make a new friend for life
The Intenery is as follows
5 Months Europe
As a Australian citizen I will be spending 2 months outa the 5 in the Schengen area
Central and South America 3 Months
Asia Region 3 Months
AFRICA 1 Month
PLEASE MESSAGE ME IF THIS INTRESTS YOU, I LOVE OUR WORLD AND WANT TO SHOW UNCAPTURED VIDEO TO THE PUBLIC, I AM A AWESOME GUY AND A ADVENTURER, HIT ME UP
In a year you are going to see very little of those countries. Whittle the list down to about half that size and plan a route where you don't double back on yourself.
RTW tickets mean travelling in one direction so if you want side trips or to go back, they are booked separately. You can do overland sections, arriving at one airport and leaving another in another country. You can have open sections where you are not sure of dates, but this might mean full flights so you cannot get one.
Quite a number of budget airlines about which can be better and even cheaper than spending endless time on buses or trains.
Agree with Cyberia, trying to do 40+ countries is nuts. You'll be such a panic travel mode 24/7 that you'll never get a sense of any place you visit.
You need to do some major editing of your proposed itinerary.
That's a pretty mental itinerary, over 40+ that you've planned already is not going to happen. That's a little over a week in each country? There's no point, i would try and get that down to at most about 20 to get the best out of it and experience some cluture and so that you won't be living on buses/trains/planes all the way. Also need to leave yourself some time for unexpected delays or if you enjoy some places too much to leave.
As a small aside, I notice you're missing the best country in South America to travel in presently: Colombia.
Good luck with getting your itinerary sorted...