Stop whatever you're doing and watch this mesmerizing 2-minute hyperlapse video of Asia. This remarkable video will take you on a tour of some of Asia's most spectacular scenery and famous landmarks. Swiss couple Jenny and Sylvain of Lytchee Travel recently spent six months traveling through China and Southeast Asia documenting their incredible journey and creating this super cool video.
This dramatic video of Windstar Cruises French Polynesia cruise might just get your heart pounding, make your jaw drop, and have you planning a French Polynesia dream cruise by luxury yacht. Exploring the islands of French Polynesia - Tahiti, Bora Bora, Rangiroa, Moorea and more – had been on our bucket list for a long time so we decided to take the leap and do it. After considering various ways to explore these islands in the South Pacific, we decided the best way to see the most islands with the least re-packing and transfers was to go on a cruise. And once we saw this video by Windstar Cruises, we were hooked on the idea of plying the seas of French Polynesia by yacht.
This video is mesmerizing and very amusing to watch. It takes you on a journey through Asia with a couple who appear to be walking and running through their destinations. It's very creatively done, and a lot of fun to watch.
Very creative approach to traveling through the countries of Peru and Bolivia, but make sure you take your eyes off the person in the video and look at the amazing background scenery. If you're planning to travel to these countries, you can get some ideas of what you'll need to wear by watching the person. She appears to be wearing the needed clothing for the locations and different climates. This is a fun video to watch and the music is a perfect accompaniment. If you want to teleport yourself to South America right away, just press PLAY.
Have you ever wondered about China and what it might be like to see that country? Drew Geraci's film takes you on a tour of China from above with a drone but also on the ground, giving you a variety of perspectives. You will get an overall view of the vast landscape, from lakes, rivers and mountain ranges, to the villages and large, modern cities.
Drew Geraci's story about his film:
Our first trip to China was an eye opener. The sights, the sounds, the smells, all new to us. We traveled more than 10,000 miles to end up in the remote city of Lanzhou - an industrial mecca surrounded by ancient beauty. The city is a bustling metropolis that caters to more than a 2 million and it was our goal to showcase it like never before... from above.