Ugandan-American Jessica Nabongo says she has completed her quest to become the "first documented black woman to travel to all countries" in the world.
She announced the feat on her Instagram account after she arrived in the Seychelles:
Journalist Alexandra Talty has been following her journey:
Ms Nabongo decided to take on the goal of visiting all 195 countries in the world in 2017. At that time, she had travelled to 60 countries.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, she also holds an American passport. Her parents moved to the United States from Uganda.
In a previous interview with the BBC Newsday programme, she said, ‘‘she wants to inspire women to feel free to travel solo.’’