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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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The Bahamas contains over 700 islands and 2,000 cays totaling 100,000 square miles. Not as small as you might think, this popular Caribbean destination is overflowing with culture and history. Get a comprehensive tour of Old Nassau, the historic center
Sample a variety of traditional street snacks in Chengdu, from dumplings and douhua
The complete journey, starting in Lukla then finally the base camp of Mount Everest.
Everything you need to know about a scuba diving trip to Bali in under 4 minutes. Diego A. Garcia, editor of Scuba Diver AustralAsia and Scuba Diver Through the Lens magazines, brings you on a video journey to his favourite
3 days of filming in amazing Dubai
7 minutes of underwater Galapagos shot September 2008 with Sony EX1 and custom made housing. It’s just a short video inspired by Hans Zimmer’s music.
In 2007 I was in Kathmandu, Nepal doing a documentary of a Tibetan school (vimeo.com/14062779). One part of the Film was visiting a students home in the mountainous region of Nepal. This student was PEMA DEKYI. She was a
A documentary about a journey to “The Edge of the Earth”. The Gates of the Arctic National Park is the northernmost national park in the U.S. (the entirety of the park lies north of the Arctic Circle).There are no established
Moments in China is a collection of vivid moments I experienced while traveling around China last month. The piece flows from Hong Kong to Beijing, and visits Guilin, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. Some moments are more significant than others, but I
Every night 3,000 children vanish into the manholes of Ulan Bator, seeking shelter from the bitter cold. Q: “How long have you been living here? A: Two years…” When morning comes they emerge from the stinking sewers to look for
Vast new cities are being built across China at a rate of ten a year, but they remain almost completely uninhabited ghost towns. Racing to stay ahead of the world economy, is the superpower about to implode? “There are around
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
Mohamed Soliman, winner of the 2010 WorldNomads.com Travel Documentary Scholarship went on assignment to Ecuador with Gap Adventures. Hosted by the Quichua people in the Amazon, Mo stayed with Delphin and his community and created this short documentary. As part
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
For more than a thousand years, the Inuit and their dogs were inseparable. For hunting, travel, fur and even food, the nomadic people depended on their dog teams for survival. But when the nomadic lifestyle came to a sudden end,
Adventure expedition “1000 miles in Myanmar” For the first time travelers are into the country, which for years has lived in isolation from the rest of the world, thus maintaining the traditions and culturee not impacted by modern civilization. Myanmar
Six people left Jakarta, Indonesia, on July 21st to embark on a journey to Berlin, Germany. 108 hitchhiking rides, trains, buses, ferries through a total of 14 countries and only one rule: No flying. This independent documentary captures a two
This video was written and produced while traveling through Chile & Patagonia with my girlfriend. We spent 5 weeks exploring this amazing country, and this is how we chose to document it. Thanks so much for checking it out.