Taylor Demonbreun, the 23-year-old on a mission to become the youngest and fastest person to visit every countryTaylor Demonbreun, the 23-Year-Old on a Mission to Become the Youngest and Fastest Person to Visit Every Country (trekwithtaylor)
Taylor Demonbreun (trekwithtaylor) is a 23-year-old from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who graduated from Vanderbilt University in May of 2017. Since then she’s been on a mission to become the youngest and fastest person to visit every country. According to Guinness, the fastest was Cassie De Pecol (here’s her JohnnyJet.com Travel Style) who did it in one year and 193 days. The youngest to do it was James Asquith who finished at 24 years and 192 days.

Demonbreun told Travel + Leisure that she hopes to finish the entire journey of visiting all 195 of the world’s sovereign countries by September, but she has until December to finish the trip and break both the Guinness world records. So far, she’s visited 100 different countries.

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