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A Journey through Rural Lesotho | Travel Documentary


A Journey through Rural Lesotho | Travel Documentary

Lesotho Kingdom in the Sky. On this episode of Adventure Calls we travel through Rural Lesotho in a rented 4WD Nissan which had been outfitted for true adventure. We would go horse trekking deep in the Lesotho mountains, visit one of the world tallest waterfalls and drive through the roughest terrains imaginable towards South Africa. We also got an opportunity to donate school materials which was donated by fans, friends and family.

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Lesotho was our very first travel documentary that we filmed.

Lesotho is a fantastic place to visit and a place we highly recommend. If you stay longer and plan to drive around the more rural areas you should highly consider bringing or renting a good 4WD car (the cheapest and easiest option is in Johannesburg, South Africa). Many places are inaccessible without.

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A huge thanks to Darren Lowe for composing our theme music tracks. Fantastic job my friend.

Thanks to Marconi De Morais for helping with the final audio.

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A Journey Through Ethiopia Travel Documentary

Ethiopia! On this episode of Adventure Calls we go on a grand adventure in the spectacular country of Ethiopia. We start our adventure by visiting the ancient rock hewn churches of lalibella, then we go for a few days trek in the rugged Simien Mountains and finally we spend a full week visiting some of the tribes in the Lower Omo Valley and deeply immerse ourselves in this dramatically different culture.

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A Journey Through Mongolia (Full Length Documentary)

Mongolia! A Journey through Mongolia is a travel documentary from our one month trip through the great expanses of the Mongolian plains.

We started the trip with a few days in Ulaanbaatar to experience the sprawling metropolis. We also had a chance to go to Hustai National Park not far from UB to see the last remaining wild horse, the Takhi. Then we went on a ten day adventure to go live with the Tsaatan Reindeer Herder tribe in the very north on the border of Siberia. This was an incredible experience and it was very demanding with multiple days on horseback after a long strenuous multi-day 4WD trip. After a short recovery we went to the eastern part of the country to the Bayan-Ölgii Province to attend the Golden Eagle Festival. This festival has really been the focus of the Mongolian travel in recent time, very much because of Aishol-pan the Eagle Huntress. We had a chance to meet this incredible girl who is certainly an inspiration to women across the world. After the festival we went and lived with an eagle hunter family deep in the Altai Mountain Range.

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A Journey Through Cuba Documentary 2018 4K

Cuba Documentary 2018. Our latest adventure would take us on a spectacular journey through Cuba. We would start off with a few days in the capital and explore what Havana has to offer and learn about the rich history of Fidel Castro, Che Guevara and the turbulent times on the island. We would then head to Vinales to sample the cuban cigars and learn about the production. Our final stop before heading home would be Playa Giron, or the Bay of Pigs where the invasion took place in 1961.

We hope you will enjoy joining in on our trip. Don't forget to subscribe and hit the bell to get notified of upcoming adventures from around the world. Comments are always welcome!

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Lesotho Village Life

Lesotho is an African country who's boarders are completely surrounded by South Africa.The traditional rural culture is strong amongst its citizens who prefer to live in village clusters on the country's vast mountains. The citizens are mainly agriculturalists; they cultivate crops and herbs to live off of as well as sell in markets. Animals are kept in small farms and used as methods of transportation, assistance with cultivation of crops, and ultimately income.

Music is important to Lesotho culture, and groups of people will come together to sing and play instruments at various community gatherings such as religious gatherings or community festivals. As well as music, Les Grandes Personnes, or the giant marionette puppets, can be seen at festivals, street performances, marching in parades, or even on the world stage.

Travel to Benin: a stunning piece of Africa | TravelGretl

Early 2018 we travelled to Benin for the Hunger Project. They celebrated their 10 year anniversary in this beautiful country, working hand in hand with locals towards a sustainable end of world hunger.

At the end of our trip we got 2 days of to see a bit of the country. Visiting Ganvie in lake Nokoue, and walking the route of the slaves. Which is very impressive!

Of course we missed out on a lot as well, not being able to see some of the wildlife in the north. There is much more to explore!

Benin is a stunning country with amazing people, I can only recommend visiting if you ever get the chance.


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Madagascar (Documentary, Discovery, History)

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Take a behind the scenes peek into the lives of liner crew members and discover the pleasures of a life spent at sea.

Stop Over will take you on prodigious trips across the most marvelous oceans and rivers of the world. Travel with us as we explore not just the waters of the world, but also the mythical cruise ships, legendary liners, magnificent sailboats and fascinating traditional vessels that take us from place to place.

Board the Queen Elizabeth 2, the Royal Clipper, Le France/Le Norway, the Sun Boat II, the Classica, the Vat Phou, the Bolero, the Wind Song, the Grigoriy Mikheev icebreaker and the Silver Cloud among many others.

Travel from Southampton to New York, Gao to Mopti, Aswan to Abu Simbel, Dubai to the port of Muscate, on the famous Incense Route of the Desert Cities in the Negev.

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I went on a solo adventure into western Mongolia with Indy Guide ( to explore what this amazing part of the country had to offer and visit the eagle hunters of the region, I was not disappointed. The views were on another level, especially in the Altai mountains but the Kazahk people were just extremely welcoming and open which made the experience one to remember. Staying with a different family each night, experiencing their daily routines and eating and drinking with them. We continued to make our way around the west, attending the Nauryz eagle festival and exploring some of the snowy mountains in the Altai by horseback. Filming my adventure through Mongolia was extremely tough, we were on the move constantly and electricity is hard to come by so I relied on power banks a lot to charge my camera, being from Africa i'm not used to temperatures as low as -20 degrees celsius during this time of the year and of course the language barrier but I thoroughly enjoyed the every moment and it was one of the most raw feelings of travel I have experienced.

Thanks to Ati Tosun from Indy-Guide for making this trip such a success in terms of an adventure, I hope this video gives a small insight into what is to be expected when visiting this part of the world.

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Main travel film : LAKE TOBA | North Sumatra ( So I made a fun edit from a short stay in Lake Toba but decided to make something a bit different along side it, a BTS/vlog of the few days we were there and what we did in a mad rush when it wasn't raining haha. It was a very rushed and short project but decided to try do this, I know this isn't the most informative BTS/vlog but let me know if you think this is something I should look into doing more on the future on bigger more exciting projects?

Lake Toba, North Suamtra was home for 3 nights as we explored the area, hiked the jungles, found some waterfalls (Sipiso - piso and Tangkahan) and did my best to shoot whatever we came across or had access to. We visited the island in the middle of the lake called Samosir and then ended the trip in Bukit Lawang where we got to see some Orang-utans, this was the best part of the trip by far for me.

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Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland's most beautiful Village

Lauterbrunnen is perhaps the most beautiful village in Switzerland.
Located in the swiss Alps valley, it is also known as the waterfalls village as it has 72 waterfalls that look absolutely gorgeous.
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[233] Village life in flood | Rural Women , People's life in Dangerous Flash flood

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Village Life in China | Guilin | Hindi | Eng Subs

A village life in China, this is video I took when I was in home-stay some where near to Guilin, Guanxi province China.

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Best Things to do in Bavaria Germany - From Franconia to the Alps | Travel Vlog

Take a tour of Bavaria with Dave and Deb of The Planet D. Germany's Bavarian Alps are beautiful and we travel from Munich to the Alps, through Nuremberg and Franconia. See all the things to do in Bavaria!
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Overall, Burma has been probably one if not the most breathtaking country we ever travelled. Despite officially being one of the poorest place in the world, we found very industrious and friendly people.

Yangon: the capital is not too bad to spend 2 days (no more). The Shwedagon Paya at sunset is an inspirational place while walking around in the city center will reveal magnificent and huge colonial buildings, often abandoned. One memorable experience was to take the train to Bagan. What was supposed to be a 14h journey over 600km ... turned to be a 20h journey across magnificent landscape. The very slow speed of the train and the big open windows gave the feeling to be cycling in the Burmese country side.

Once in Bagan, the magnificence of this country came to the peak. The 2,000 temples immersed in a green landscape are amazing. Exploring them is an experience that is at the same time cultural (for the history), mystical (they are still places of worship) and athletical (you can climb on top of the roof on most of them). Buddhist temples are not only places to prey, but their courts are places to meet and spend time with the family. In Bagan, thanks to the help of a group of local women, me also manage to get a ride and navigate, for a little while, the Irrawady river, the main river of Myanmar.

The Inle Lake was our next stop after Bagan. While it’s utterly beautiful, it’s probably the most touristic place in Myanmar and that spoils a bit the atmosphere. Anyway, watching the local fishermen fishing at sunset is something breathtaking. Inle Lake is not the only attraction here. After we were done with the lake, we move exploring the hills of the surrounding area, where agriculture is the main occupation for the population. We even discovered a wine estate producing very good white and red wines.

The last part of our trip was Mrauk-U, a remote rural village at the border with Bangladesh. This was the capital of the Rakhine State and during the 1500 – 1600 AD, was one of the most important cities in Asia. We looked at a painting done in the 1600 and shows a big city with long walls, a quarter for European merchants and a number of vessels and ships trading in the port. Now, the remaining temples and walls are to be found in the wheat fields.

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WE LIVED WITH A LOCAL FAMILY IN BHUTAN (life in a rural village)

We spent the night in an incredible remote mountain village in Bhutan and lived like locals for a day! This awesome experience was organized by Breathe Bhutan, & we highly recommend them!

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Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, we got married June 2013 and quickly caught the #travel bug! We started “travel hacking” & finally decided we wanted to travel for one year. After 2 years of saving $ and over 2 million miles and points, we sold our cars and apartment and left home January 10, 2016. We started this #travelvlog to share our experiences with friends and family, then decided we really liked vlogging and traveling! So we extended our 1 year trip to now FOUR years :) Now we have a goal of traveling to 100 countries before 2020! We are incredibly thankful to do something we love every day. :)

Street Food in Peshawar - GOLDEN PULAO Mountain + Charsi Tikka Kabab + Pakistani Street Food Tour!

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Today, I'm (The Food Ranger, Trevor James) bringing you in DEEP for a FULL ON street food tour of Peshawar, Pakistan. Peshawar is one of the oldest market towns in the world and has one of the richest street food scenes you'll ever witness! You need to travel to Pakistan!

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We're going Foodrangin' for tons of FAMOUS Pakistan Street Food - including the AMAZING BBQ Nisar Charsi Tikka Kababs, some amazing UNSEEN Pakistani Pulao, and ULTRA RARE PIZZA NAAN!!

You will fall in love with the street food in Peshawar as soon as you arrive! Today, we're starting out with an UNSEEN Pulao, found in downtown Peshawar in the old area where there is street food everywhere! Here, it was full of basmati rice and huge chunks of beef and huge beef bones with unbelievably delicious bone marrow!

After this, we're going Foodrangin' and finding some local street stalls before going to Nisar Charsi Tikka BBQ Mutton HEAVEN!

First, we found a local Pakistan street food served right on the street, the fruit chaat! It was a delicious fruit salad topped with a rose syrup! This was amazing, but what was even more delicious than this famous food in Pakistan is the Pizza naan we found next!

After tasting the fruit chaat, we walked down a local alley in Peshawar that was full of delicious Pakistani street food, like mutton kerahi (sometimes called Karhai) and fried street fish!

We found one of the most unique street foods in Pakistan, the Pizza naan! It was loaded with tomato, coriander, potato mash, and sliced potato! It was quite salty and was delicious!

After this, we made our way to Namak Mandi in Peshawar to visit the super famous and ultra unique Nisar Charsi Tikka! But first, we found a home cooked Pakistani street food, the Saag! Here, it was served with lassi and also Pakistani corn bread! It was so unique!

And for our final meal, we went to the WORLD FAMOUS Nisar Charsi Tikka! Here, we met the LEGEND himself, Mr. Nisar Charsi! Here, you can get huge BBQ kababs and also delicious Mutton Kerahi! It was so amazing to taste!!!

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Follow us on our roadtrip adventure through Northern Europe’s best-kept secret: Estonia. Situated in the Baltics, Estonia is famous for its wonderful bogs, the calm Baltic Sea, and its large swaths of pine forests. We drove 4000km around the country and explored it from east to west, including its Baltic Islands Saaremaa and Hiiumaa.

Duration of trip: 21 days
Distance driven: 4000km
Time of year: July

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Don't go to Georgia - Travel film by Tolt #10

One advice: don't go on a trip to Georgia. Please watch this video until the end to be sure to understand.

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The reasons why you should (not) go to Georgia:
- Georgian landscapes are (all the same)
- Georgian panoramas are (ordinary)
- Georgian monuments are (not) photogenic
- Georgia has (no) history
- Georgia is (not) for outdoor lovers
- Georgian churches are (hideous)
- Georgia has (no) gastronomy
- Georgian traditions are (not) fun
- Georgia has (no) modern cities

MEGHALAYA (India), ROAD TRIP, documentary, travel (english version)

MEGHALAYA (India), ROAD TRIP, documentary, travel (english version)
Road trip in India, Nagaland, Nov. 2018, travel documentary,.
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Bangladesh - a rural journey | DW English

Rainforest, riverscapes and seaside: Maruf Hasan from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, sends his impressions of a journey to the countryside.



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