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THE ZAMBEZI AND WHITE NILE are two of the best big water paddling runs in the world. In the following photos, Henry Munter gives a whitewater boater’s view of the rivers and some of their surrounding culture.

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Henry Munter

Henry Munter spends his winters as a heli-ski guide in the for Chugach powder guides based out of Girdwood, Alaska and his summers guiding rafts for Nova Alaska River Runners. During the Spring and Fall he chases whitewater around the world with his wife Kelly. Henry is a Epiquest featured athlete and guide. More of his work can be found here.

  • kloppster

    Rafted the Nile twice when I lived in Uganda. Was too much fun, especially hitting “the Bad Place”.  Our first go round we ended up surfing it for about 5 seconds before it flipped us!

  • Amy Tonsmeire

    crazy jealous.  Very impressed with the photos and psyched you both are back safe n sound.  Can’t wait to see more footage later.

  • Scott

    BIG water lover givin’ you two thumbs-up!  Residing for now just over Galena Summit from the Middle Fork . . . now THERE’S a river! :)  Safe travels

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