Sascha Grabow

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Sascha Grabow
Sascha Grabow algeria 2015.jpg
Born15 January 1968 (1968-01-15) (age 55)
Wolfsburg, West Germany

Sascha Grabow (born 15 January 1968) is a German adventurer[1] and mountaineer.[2] > He visited every country in the world between 1987 and 2016,[3][4][5] and walked through both the smaller and greater Congo.[6][7] Sascha Grabow in August 2021 reached world provinces' pole position as defined by both SISO[8][9] and CHAD.[10] Sascha also leads two further international travel rankings, TEC[11] and RDW.[12]

Early life[edit]

Grabow was born in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony. His father taught English and history while his mother was an aquarelle painter. He spent his childhood in Waiblingen, Baden-Württemberg, attended primary school in Untergruppenbach and high school at the Herzog-Christoph-Gymnasium in Beilstein.[citation needed]

Grabow operates a website called[13] which invites people to register their own travel histories.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Best Danger Travel Websites". Gentleman Adventurer. 15. Sascha Grabow - make your life one big adventure
  2. ^ "Seven Summits Climbed Grabow". Peakbagger. Retrieved 5 July 2020
  3. ^ "Nomad Mania - Master Ranking". Nomadmania. Retrieved 25 September 2017
  4. ^ "GlobalGaz Podcast". GlobalGaz. Retrieved 25 April 2020
  5. ^ "The Best Travelled - Master List". The Best Travelled. Archived from the original on 5 May 2018. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Footing Through The DRC". Sascha Grabow. Sascha Grabow - make your life one big adventure
  7. ^ "From Bangui to Brazzaville". Sascha Grabow. Sascha Grabow - make your life one big adventure
  8. ^ "Provinces of the World as defined by SISO". SISO. Retrieved 31 August 2021
  9. ^ "Provinces of the World — SISO Club". SISO. Retrieved 05 September 2021
  10. ^ "Provinces of the World as defined by CHAD". CHAD. Retrieved 31 August 2021
  11. ^ "Traveler's Exploits Club — Quality before Quantity". TEC. Retrieved 18 September 2019
  12. ^ "Reasonable Division of the World". RDW. Retrieved 11 February 2020
  13. ^ "". World's Greatest Globetrotters. Retrieved 15 August 2015