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    Kauai: The Garden Island

    Video of Hawaii’s Kauai shot by Eric Thane on a DJI Phantom 3 with a GoPro in 4k. You can learn how Eric shot and graded this video here: nofilmschool.com/2015/06/shooting-grading-4k-phantom-3-professional

    Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl

    Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and dangerous places I’ve been. The nuclear disaster, which happened in 1986 (the year after I was born), had an effect on so many people, including my family when we lived in Italy. The nuclear dust clouds swept westward towards us. The Italian police went round and threw […]

    Halfway through Morocco

    This past July (2015) I went on a trip to the north of the African continent, Morocco. From Marrakesh all the way to the sahara desert I bring you halfway through this amazing 6 days experience. By Joao Castela

    Surf culture made in Chocó

    Nestor Tello had a dream of creating a surf culture in Colombia like those found in Australia, Peru and Brazil. He bought a second-hand board, taught himself how to surf and now teaches the kids in his village because, as Nestor puts it, “surfing offers good values for life.”

    Crossing the Arctic: A Six Month Expedition

    “Find a way, or make one.” — Robert Peary, one of the first polar explorers to reach the North Pole

    Anthony Bourdain talks travel, inspiration and which culture grills meat the best

    “I’m looking at having a good and creatively satisfying time telling interesting stories. It’s not to entertain, it’s not to enlighten, it’s not to inspire, it’s not to change behaviors. It’s to stay interested and engage myself.” — Anthony Bourdain

    Hiking Oahu’s Forbidden Stairway to Heaven

    “There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.” — Mark Twain

    Nothing Stops Detroit.

    Shot entirely on 16MM and Super 8MM film – ‘Nothing Stops Detroit’ is a short, splice-of-life film documenting Californian street artist Evan Rossell during a painting trip to Detroit City, Michigan in late June 2013.

    Reflections from Uyuni

    Beautiful video from Enrique Pacheco capturing the stunning reflections in Bolivia’s Uyuni salt flats. “Reflections from Uyuni is a Time-lapse short film that shows the intrinsic beauty of the salt flat of Uyuni and the province of Potosí in Bolivia. The reflections produced by the water flooding the area in the rainy season, are the […]

    Visual Vibes: Canada

    British filmmaker Ben Brown spent some time in Canada and put together this rad vid of what life is like out west when you’re looking for adventure. Bears, mountains, lakes, mountain bikes, helicopters and road trips are all ingredients for a good time. Isn’t Canada awesome?

    Keep Exploring — Brice Portolano

    A 3 weeks adventure with the French photographer Brice Portolano backpacking in the wilderness of British Columbia. After a week on Vancouver Island, Brice hiked in the South Chilcotin mountains with the aim of reaching the highest summits. Directed, filmed & edited by Mathieu Le Lay – mathieulelay.com | facebook.com/mathieulelayfilmmaker Photographer Brice Portolano – briceportolano.com | facebook.com/brice.portolano *** With the support […]

    Turkey’s Turquoise Coast from the Air

    Our friends at MatadorNetwork have put together another badass aerial video, this time in partnership with the Turkish tourism board to capture the stunning Turquoise Coast of Turkey from above. It’s a beautiful compilation of shots, showcasing ancient castles and cities, secluded coves and modern resorts all along one of the most gorgeous coastlines in […]

    50 Fictional Destinations You Can Actually Visit

    In case you’re interested in travelling to where some of your favourite movies, TV shows and other fictional stories were set. [via justtheflight.co.uk] Complete list of fictional destinations based on real locations: West Egg, from The Great Gatsby: Long Island, New York Walford, from Eastenders: East London, England Twin Peaks, from Twin Peaks: North Bend, […]

    6 foods you have to try in India (and where to try them)

    When you think of India, you think of food. And when you think of Indian food, you think of curry – or the bland butter chicken found in food courts around the world. But like most countries you visit, there is so much more to Indian cuisine than makes it to a food court near you. […]

    12 of the world’s weirdest festivals

    In general, festivals are weird. Each festival is like a themed social experiment with its own unique rules and code of conduct. You’ve got the music festivals, where the music itself is usually the last thing people remember about the festival itself. Or Burning Man, which can’t actually be defined by anybody who’s been. Then you’ve got […]

    10 Women Whose Adventures Rewrote What It Means To Be An Explorer

    In honour of International Women’s Day, hotel & flight search site Momondo put together this infographic with the inspiring achievements of ten of history’s greatest female adventurers.

    10 Best Offroading Trails in North America

    For all the offroaders out there. We recently came across this infographic from an auto dealer in St. Louis, Missouri named Marty Cancilla and thought it was worth a share. Whether you’re hitting trails in your Land Rover, Jeep, Toyota or other 4×4 vehicle, the most important thing is that you’re getting out and exploring […]

    Top 10 Countries to visit in 2015

    We came across this infographic a bit late in the year but the destinations are still relevant for the few remaining months of 2015 and onward into 2016 and beyond. Compiled from Lonely Planet ranking and produced by TourVia.me, here’s an infographic of the Top 10 countries to visit in 2015.