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If you are looking forward to a trip or just wanting to dream a little Travel Doco helps you view the amazing places around our world by drawing together the most informative and inspiring travel documentaries on the internet.
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Rwanda, beautiful country
WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project aims to increase the range and numbers of black rhino in South Africa
Despite US sanctions it has achieved great things
Fatima grows up somewhere in the vast steppe of Somalia. The drought in 2011 and Al Shabab’s attacks and pressure caused many nomads to flee their homes and walk for days and weeks through the empty land to arrive at
A film by Nick Francis (speak-it.org) & Marc Silver (marcsilver.net) An intimate portrait of Omar, a 17 year old stranded in a refugee camp since the 2011 war in Libya. The film offers a unique perspective of one person amongst
VICE travels to West Africa to rummage through the messy remains of a country ravaged by 14 years of civil war. Despite the United Nation’s eventual intervention, most of Liberia’s young people continue to live in abject poverty, surrounded by
Documentary about three youngsters from a small island in Africa who were chosen by a Brazilian soccer team to play and increase their sports skills.
Onefish Going East is a NEW spearfishing adventure film from the makers of the best seller ‘Onefish’ onefish.co.za/ This time In The Zone Productions has taken a slightly different angle on their movie making style, with strong images, fantastic new
The Saharawi people have been exiled from their homeland of Western Sahara for 30 years. Living in remote refugee camps in Algeria their plight is long forgotten by the international community. Yet each year Rainbow Rover convoys of aid
There are reality shows and there is reality. Season 2 of the hit series heads for the Middle East. Dr. Bob Arnot takes you into the lion’s den to places like; Lebanon, Syria, and Afghanistan with a journalistic style
Clemantine is a Millet Beer brewer in Ségou, who started her business over 27 years ago. She has seen many changes over time, and most recently, it’s the rapidly changing climate, which has affected her, with the price of
Ever wondered what happens to your footwear after you’re finished with it? This week’s award-winning and startlingly original documentary traces the fantastic journey of Africa’s most popular shoes: the flip-flop. Easily bought, quickly discarded, the flip-flop stands as a symbol
In Kalangala, Uganda, John Muniishya woke up one day to find bulldozers clearing his land to plant oil palms. John and his community have preserved their forests and lands for generations. Now their way of life is at risk. Help
Adams Travels across the simmering heat of the Sahara with a Tuareg caravan, haggles for a pillar of salt and skies down the biggest sand dune in the world. This is the Land of Fear.
Adams sails by dhow from Lamu, Kenya to Zanzibar, Tanzania stopping off on the beaches on East Africa to haggle and barter for his sea passage. Sinbad lives again!
Written, directed and edited by James M Levelle, ‘Deadly Catch’ reveals both the severe human and environmental damage being wreaked everyday by illegal ‘pirate’ fishing trawlers in Sierra Leone. Visit - ejfoundation.org
Film from my 9days journey through Morocco. I visited places such as Agadir, Sidi Ifni, Legzira, Essaouira, Ouzud, Fez.