This year, 27-year-old American traveler Cassie De Pecol set two Guinness World Records for the fastest travel around the world to every sovereign country. During year and a half, Cassie has visited every country in the world, and she had set out to promote peace in her own small way, by meeting people from every country in the world. Traveling to all the world’s 196 sovereign nations in 18 months and 26 days, De Pecol made the trip in less than half the time it took the previous Guinness World Record holder.
The trip, which cost $111,000 total, took her 18 months to complete. One of the destinations she visited in Croatia was Plitvice Lakes, and we are remembering her visit back in 2015. Congratulations Cassie!
I really don't know how much more beautiful this scene could get here at #Plitvice Lakes in #Croatia. My friends I met from San Diego @hreed07 snapped this photo as I was about to collect samples for @adventurescience. We had a fun little photo shoot 😝. But seriously, this waterfall was just too breathtaking to resist 📸 • • • #Expedition196 #PeaceThroughTourism #EveryCountryInTheWorld
PHOTO: Cassie De Pecol Facebook