Today Greenland is a spotlight travel destination for those that love outdoor adventure, fishing, cruising and incredible photography opportunities. See it from from a small sailing boat experience discovering the icefjiords and so much more in 4K video.
Dreaming of a trip to Québec City, Canada this winter? Then grab your parka and get your dreaming started with this video from Tourisme Québec that will take you on a virtual tour of this quaint old city. You'll feel like you're right there strolling along the snow-covered narrow streets. There is snow and more snow, and endless activities to enjoy the snow in the Québec City area, from skiing, snow-shoeing, and snow-mobiling, to dog sledding, ice slides and more.
Here is something to get you into the spirit of giving during the holiday season - The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train. This train may be rolling through your town for a stop that will delight the whole family with its 14 festively lit rail cars and musical shows performed from one of the boxcars that turns into a stage. They only request that you make a food donation or monetary donation that will be given to the local food bank to help the local community.
There are actually two trains that travel from coast to coast across Canada and the United States over a three week period in November and December and make 150 stops along the way, putting on a show at every stop. The brief presentations by local officials and the musical show lasts about 30 minutes and then they move on to the next location. They generally vary their routes every year to reach more communities in both Canada and the U.S. Read more about this train and find out if one is coming through your town this year at CP Holiday Train.
Summer is over and thankfully nature provides us a fireworks of fall color that with cooler temperatures draws us out to hike and explore parks and cities. Day trips rank number one for travelers to find the color hues of autumn followed by weekend getaways in a cabin or bed and breakfast near the woods. Our dreams of hiking to the rustle of leaves under our feet and babbling brooks carrying a single red maple leaf cascading over rocks and getting caught by a branch gets us planning a road trip somewhere in the fall. But where should we plan a trip?
Explore Cape Spear, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada through this beautiful and informative video. The narration is inspiring and tells a fascinating story of the history of this area, the amazing nature, the whale watching, and amazing scenery that surrounds you. You can just feel yourself breathing in the fresh air.
Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism describe the area:
This is the place where the sun rises first. The most easterly point in North America, where seabirds, whales and icebergs pass by to feed on capelin and krill. Not only is Cape Spear home to the oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland and Labrador, but the site is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and spectacular hiking trails for all ages. Visit http://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com
Find out why the St. Lawerence 1000 Islands area is where summer magic happens for so many visitors each year. It is the Disney World of cottage country in Ontario, Canada, that is a perfect vacation destination for so many families.
This video with its aerial perspectives captures all of the fun and excitement of the unique environment created by glaciers millions of years ago. Beautiful clear water provides a paradise for swimmers, water sports, boating and fishing. Take a ride on one of the many classic wood boats that sparkle with deep amber colors and a varnish shine. We have all seen them in a James Bond movie set on a European lake but have you seen them traveling beside a Great Lakes freighter? One of the many experiences that can be captured during a vacation to the Thousand Islands region.
Amazing footage and demonstration of techniques and equipment used to do timelapse video. This fascinating video not only takes you on a tour of the world but also shows you video of sunrises and sunsets over beautiful landscapes, production of an airplane, and mechanical devices all in timelapse format.
A very familar music theme starts this film. You'll be awestruck by the many stunning images of landmarks around the world. Oliver KMIA has put together an incredible movie that takes you everywhere and more. How many places have you been to or recognize in this film? It'll get your heart pounding with some of the action packed fast-paced film sequences, flying high over buildings, along rivers and across deserts at high speeds. It's a wild ride!
Take an epic tour through some of the most stunning landscapes in western North America in this extraordinary travel video that will take you through Alberta Canada, beautiful Banff National Park in Alberta, Vancouver Island down the coast to the Pacific Northwest USA cities of Seattle and San Francisco and all the way south to Los Angeles and even Mexico, to name a few spectacular locations. The preview image of the video, beautiful Lake Moraine in Banff, Canada, immediately caught our attention, and the video that followed was simply amazing. If you've ever dreamed of exploring all these breathtaking places, then let this extraordinary video take you there.
For more information about Jasper and Banff National Parks, take a look at our video article here.
This is one of the most amusing videos we've found. Joerg Daiber's creative use of time lapse/tilt shift video techniques gave this film the look of a miniature Niagara Falls with tiny fast-paced boats and people, real people and boats, that is. It's a very imaginative little video.
Joerg Daiber comments: The Niagara Falls are one of the most popular tourist attractions in North America. Check them out in adorable miniature size, yet more dramatic than ever.