Levison Wood is a British explorer, writer & photographer whose work has featured around the world. His recent expedition walking 1800 miles along the length of Central America from Mexico to Colombia, including the notorious Darien Gap, aired as a 4 x 60' documentary series on Channel 4 in spring '17. Lev's accompanying book 'Walking The Americas' was published by Hodder & Stoughton and went on to become a Sunday Times bestseller. His 25 date theatre tour 'An Evening With Levison Wood' was a national success, playing to audiences of between 600 to 1000 each night. Lev's brand new series 'From Russia To Iran: Crossing The Wild Frontier' will air on Channel 4 for four weeks from Sunday, August 20th at 8pm. His next book 'Eastern Horizons' about his travels as a 22 year-old-man hitchhiking the Silk Road will be published on November 2nd. 

In 2015, Lev walked the length of the Himalayas, a six-month journey of over 1700 miles from Afghanistan to Bhutan, which was televised on Channel 4 as a five part documentary series, airing throughout January 2016. His accompanying book 'Walking The Himalayas' has been published in the UK, US, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and India, amongst others, and was voted Adventure Travel Book of the Year at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards. From 2013-2014, Lev walked the length of the river Nile - an expedition of 4,250 miles that took nine months and was Channel 4's most successful factual series of the year. His book ‘Walking the Nile’ became a Sunday Times bestseller.

Lev's work has taken him around the world leading expeditions on five continents and he is an elected Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club. 

 

About Lev

Find out more about Lev and his expeditions. Lev is also a writer, photographer and public speaker

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FORTHCOMING APPEARANCES

In February & March 2017, Lev embarked on a hugely successful national theatre tour. We've announced some new dates for spring 2018, taking in some of the venues we missed last time. 

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