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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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Friends Scott and Justin leave their lives behind in search of unique experiences and adventures abroad. From epic landscapes and unforgettable people, to the often trying times that come with international travel, Scott and Justin strive to find new
Spain – Oriol Ivern is a Barcelona-based chef whose ethos is to offer a modern and creative Catalan cuisine while keeping tradition alive. This is his personal guide to Barcelona’s food scene. From chocolatiers working with the best quality
A buddhist temple in Western Thailand and the 10 tigers that live there. Award winning Animal Planet documentary.
TAJIKISTAN – The glaciers of the Pamir mountains, which provide over 50% of Central Asia’s water resources, are rapidly melting at a rate similar to Greenland’s continental glacier. Three generations of of Pamiri women share the impacts of the
They do not follow the fashionable rules of posh, ego-driven star-chefdom. Instead, they are committed to Earth-friendly cuisine. Around the world, for the first time in history, chefs and restaurateurs are seeking concrete solutions to help shape the future
Japan – An exclusive look inside the world of childrens Sumo wrestling.The Wanpaku Sumo championships attracts 55,000 teenage hopefuls. Its part of a hard road for children trained and prepared from an early age with hopes of breaking into
RUSSIA – Slava Cheltuev, Telengit community leader and shaman from Russian Altai’s high altitude Kosh Agach Raion traverses the Altai’s sacred lands. He reflects on our 21st century world and stresses the importance of reviving vital traditional knowledge –
Ama, the legendary women divers of Japan have been practicing sustainable fishing for hundreds of years, but climate change coupled with overfishing, is bringing them face to face with an uncertain future.
With the help of a local ex-pat named Chad, Alec navigates the city of Amsterdam to find the heart of the city and its people. This uncensored exploration will show you the real city past the myriad of tourist
Tokyo, the world’s most populous city and probably considered by many to be one of the world’s strangest! Capital of Japan and the capital of neon lights, Tokyo will swallow you up and spit you out in the form of
Innovation Norway and Norwegian.com take five modern day explorers from around Europe on a ten day trip to chase the Northern Lights. Follow their adventures in this documentary film, through wintry landscapes, challenging experiences and epic photography – to
Every religion has its culture of atonements and vows. Bigger the wish or deeper the gratitude, more eager is the follower to undertake an arduous and grueling journey. A Christian would walk miles on his knees out of faith.
Most people’s first impression of New York City will be its charismatic yellow cabs, and their equally charismatic drivers. Some tourists even use the cabbies as an idiosyncratic albeit expensive guide to The Big Apple. Ramon Goni finds out
Only 3 percent of Haitians own their own car, so if someone is traveling more than walking distance, they often ride cheap, wildly decorated busses known as “tap-taps.” Here Planet Money’s Adam Davidson explores the artistry — and economic theory
For the first time, extraordinary aerial footage of one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes has been released. Survival’s new film, narrated by Gillian Anderson, has launched our campaign to help protect the earth’s most vulnerable peoples. To find out
Returning to Harbin where they spent time as children, Peter and Jeff are amazed by the transformation from a railroad town to a bustling city.
Bolivia’s Yungas Road is officially the most hazardous on earth. Local people pray before using it and the nearest hospital is a two-hour drive away. But none of this deters foreign tourists from biking over its bumps at 40mph.
Film from my 9days journey through Morocco. I visited places such as Agadir, Sidi Ifni, Legzira, Essaouira, Ouzud, Fez.