Video of the Week
Beautifully filmed by one of our very own travellers – Andrew Kirby, Incredible India tells the story of a young couple and their journey by railway across Northern India. The adventure spans from the majestic foothills of the Himalayas … Continue reading
An oldie, but a goodie: Tomislav Safundžić constructed this remarkable timelapse view of Earth using images from Nasa’s suggestively named Johnson Space Centre.
In the words of our boss: “We don’t organise trips to Indonesia. But this is just stunning. Video of the Week!” Fair enough. We don’t organise trips to space either, but some of the Milky Way footage is absolutely breathtaking. … Continue reading
An incredible video by Ryan Edmond that takes in Guilin, Shanghai, and Guangzhou as well as two megacities Hong Kong and Beijing. Some incredible shots and fantastic day-to-night transitions, and a great sound track too. Learn more about our China … Continue reading
Great soundtrack, beautiful photography and some really evocative portraits and moments in time. We’ll never forget those busses! Or trekking above the clouds… A fantastic video diary by @colegrahamvideo
When snow falls and wind howls in April and London totally sucks, it’s nice for those of us living here to remember how great the place can be. We stumbled over this very personal, slightly bike-heavy Super 8 holiday video … Continue reading
Beautifully shot Cuba video, lots of great portraits and scenes in here!
So, Lonely Planet was in the news this week, changing hands for a lot of money or very little, depending how you look at it. Immediately there were reassuring noises from those involved about keeping the guides – and we … Continue reading
Beijing to Ulaanbataar to Moscow. Over 7500 km of amazing scenery and life in one five minute video, beautifully shot with a fab Mongolian soundtrack. What’s not to love about this video? Makes us yearn to be back on rails!! … Continue reading
China is a land filled with the mysteries of the past, yet it’s simultaneously streaking toward an exciting future. Along with ancient monuments that date back thousands of years, China’s modern cities hint at the urban environment of the future. … Continue reading