- In order to properly and smoothly implement the objectives of the objectives of the Project "1000 Wonders of the World" - "1000wow" (hereinafter - the Project):
- To visit 1000 most beautiful or interesting, best known or forgotten places of the world in 2018-2022, to take a high quality pictures of them by travelling along a scheduled / planned route. To put pictures and stories in the resources of the organizer and media sponsors, as well as engage in the album(s) publishing, lectures and workshop activities, and dissemination of all materials during the stages or after the journey. To publicize the project, attracting sponsors and partners before a trip, during a trip and after a trip,
- to enable third parties to follow the project implementer / traveller live during the project, the following main Project implementation rules are set:
Stage III: Publishing and distribution of the album "1000wow" in 2023.
2. Stage I of the Project (hereinafter referred to as the Project) is implemented by two vehicles (two crews - #1 and #2), one of which can be leased to third parties, who wish to follow the project implementer / traveller live during the project.
3. The project's journey is a travel full of adventures and surprises with individual stages. Participants may not always experience comfort and convenience. Hygiene, discipline, and punctuality are essential for organizing a trip, but they are differently understood in the world, wherever you may go and do not always depend on the expectations and planning. The project implementer is an experienced traveller and will endeavour to provide sufficient possible comfort and the highest possible security.
4. Changes to travel route. Given the ever-changing situation in the world, it may be necessary to change the route due to current logistical, political, and security reasons. The daily stages can also change due to third party delays and unforeseen situations in a particular location, because the accurate information cannot be available or believed, when planning individual daily stages or general stages. Therefore, the Project implementer reserves the right to use accommodation in different locations, change staying in camping to staying in a wild campsite, deviate from the specified route, change the attractions, order of their attendance, etc. Of course, attention will always be focused on maintaining the overall concept of the "1000wow" travel.
5. Crews # 1 and # 2 ride together to achieve the main objectives of the project. The instructions and decisions of the Project implementer must be followed, especially with regard to the safety of the third parties-followers of the Project implementer themselves. If necessary, it is mandatory to help and assist to the Project implementer in carrying out work at campsites, vehicles, campervans, etc. By coordinating with the Project implementer in advance, a temporary separation of crews for the implementation of different objectives or tasks is possible.
6. During this trip, all participants (followers of the Project implementer) must be able to drive a vehicle independently, with additional passengers or loaded with the equipment of the Project implementer. Therefore, the followers of the Project implementer must have a valid international driver's license of B category and appropriate SUV driving skills. Off-road vehicles-SUVs will be used for the journey. Due to the hooked campervans, the vehicle has larger dimensions, which we will usually use to cover long distances, over different terrain and conditions. Possible adverse conditions include sand, dust, high humidity, and drought. The adverse sudden changes in height and weather conditions can affect the health of the Project implementer and/or personal effects (such as cameras, camcorders, mobile devices, etc.). Before deciding and going onto the journey, every follower of the Project implementer should make sure that his physical health and mental state can withstand such possible stress, possible disasters and downturns, possible longing for home and relatives, overcoming fears and disadvantages.
7. Followers of the Project implementer should choose clothes for the trip based on local weather conditions that are expected during the season of that stage. For each stage it is recommended to choose comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for driving. It is necessary to bring sunscreen, headgear, obtain medication or food supplements if necessary. It is not recommended to take any valuable items with you, do not wear any eye-catching jewelry, do not show large amounts of money in public places, always keep valuable things close to yourself and always observe what is going on around. Do not keep all your cash in one place, preferably keep them in several different places. It is also advisable to make copies of all your important documents (passport, driving license, visas of that country) and keep them separate from the original documents. The campervan is equipped with a hard-to-see small safe for documents, money and valuable items, the security of which is the responsibility of the followers of the Project implementer. The items of the follower of the Project implementer, who is arriving to the trip / stage must weigh no more than 40kg (One unit of hand luggage up to 8kg, one unit of checked luggage up to 32kg, in most of airlines the weights differ). The number and volume of cabinets and footlockers in the campervan is very limited.
8. The vehicle must be operated attentively, carefully and staying in group with another car-crew, in accordance with the road traffic regulations of that country. Driving while under the influence of alcohol or while intoxicated otherwise, drink alcohol and smoke during driving is strictly prohibited. Breaks for smoking may be provided. The possession or acquisition of narcotics is strictly prohibited.
9. The charges for fuel, food, beverages, flights, attractions, parking, water and gas refueling, campsites, roads, bridges and other tolls at the end of the stage are unknown, but may be predicted.
10. The Project implementer reserves the right to film, photograph and record audio during the trip / stage and to use this material in the press, television, public relations and marketing, and therefore the followers of the Project implementer agree that all video or audio materials related to him/her will be used in the press, television, and for the purposes of public relations and marketing.
11. Breakfast and dinner are prepared by the followers of the Project implementer themselves if the group does not decide otherwise. Picnic breaks are planned for lunch or meals are taken at appropriate roadside facilities. In any case, food provision and menu planning are a matter for each follower of the Project implementer, unless the group decides otherwise. The Project implementer will always endeavor to offer to the followers of the Project implementer interesting national local meals and catering facilities when possible and decided by group. The Project implementer will pay special attention to the search for suitable campsites and the choice of good outdoor campsites so that active or prolonged days would end up in a peaceful rest or sitting by the campfire. Camps and campsites may not have sanitary facilities, therefore compact wetrooms are installed in the campervans to compensate for that. Followers of the Project implementer must set up and dismantle campsites. If the follower of the Project implementer desires, sometimes rare stays at the hotels are possible.
12. During the project phase, it is planned to cover 250-400km, to visit no more than 3 planned objects per day. Circumstances may compel to chase the timetable by covering longer distances without visiting objects. The starting time for each day is 10.00, finish is no later than 17.00 local time. Going to the bathroom during drives is performed at the same time by all (both members of the crew) together (at the same time/during the same stop), under the collective decision, or according to the physiological need, after discussing it in advance. On Saturdays and Sundays, drives will not take place unless otherwise will not be indicated by the circumstances and factors. On Saturdays, hours of technical maintenance and sanitation works are planned. Disposal of used water and faeces is done as often as possible or under appropriate conditions. Accumulated waste is disposed of in designated areas, and is disposed of without harming the environment.
13. The follower of the Project implementer understands that the vehicle and campervan that he leased, its containers and supplies (drinking water, domestic water, gas, batteries) must always be prepared for living for 3 days without civilization, with a fuel capacity sufficient to cover at least 200 km.
14. Travelling outside of Europe requires a passport, valid for at least six months after the end of the trip. Some stages and countries require tourist visas. Although not everywhere laws demand, but the following vaccinations are recommended for travelling: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, yellow fever, diphtheria, tetanus and poliomyelitis. The relevant authorities can check the vaccine booklet on arrival to the country or during departure. It is advisable to consult a doctor about other preventive measures against various viruses. The followers of the Project implementer must have received a first-aid training after undergoing a medical examination.
15. It is recommended to obtain a medical expenses insurance coverage and to thoroughly familiarise with the terms of insurance even before you go on a trip.