From Oman to the South Pole – 2019
Follow Nabs as he becomes the first GCC Arab to walk the entire 1,000km from the coast of Antarctica to the Geographic South pole.
To date only 359 people in history have achieved this remarkable feat, that takes over 8 weeks of walking 20km a day, in one of the most inhospitable places on earth.
Knowing that Nabs walked 650 km to the magnetic North (and rowed across the Atlantic), I think he has every chance of success in making it to the South Pole
- Sir Ranulph Fiennes
The Arab Who Took On The Arctic
By Nabil Al BusaidiBe inspired by stunning photography in Nabs' coffee table book which journals his thrilling global expeditions.
Nabil “Nabs” Al Busaidi is a London born Omani.
He is a record-breaking active adventurer; the first Arab to row an ocean, and the first Arab to walk to the magnetic North Pole.
Nabs is also an engaging public speaker, acomplished sportsman and a charity ambassador.Get To Know Nabs Better