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Sailing the Caribbean | Trinidad & Tobago Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Set sail for the epic seas in the tropical paradise of Trinidad & Tobago and lay anchor where the rainforest meets the sea. Join Miles Rowland from World Nomads, as he travels with ‘salty-sea dog’ Captain Enrique Huggins and a merry crew of misfits, discovering the power of Mother Nature and freedom on the high seas in the Caribbean. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/caribbean/trinidad-and-tobago ----- Thanks to our awesome partners Trinidad & Tobago - The True Carribean http://www.gotrinidadandtobago.com/ --- Credits Direction, filming and editing: Dan Usher Field production: Miles Rowland Producers: Alicia Crosariol, Parinaz Bilimoria, Pearse Moran Executive Producer: Jesse Chard ----- World Nomads travel insurance is designed for your next adventure, with cover for over 250 adventure sports and activities. Not all World Nomads plans cover every adventure sport or activity. Check your travel insurance plan and adventure sports cover carefully before you buy a policy to make sure it covers what you need, including all of the activities you’re planning to do. That way you’ll know what’s covered, what’s not covered and the terms and conditions which may apply if you do need to use it.
Views: 61441 World Nomads
Greenland Photography Scholarship - Winner on assignment with National Geographic's Jason Edwards
 
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Ever wondered what it is like to travel with a National Geographic photographer on assignment? In 2013, the mentor of our Travel Photography Scholarship, National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards, and mentee Divya Agrawal, travelled to Greenland to capture its harsh environment and mysterious surroundings. In this video, we hear from both Jason and Divya as they tell us how to square up against the elements for the perfect shot! For more about World Nomads scholarships, click this link: https://bit.ly/1F0K7gT
Views: 32737 World Nomads
The Art of Food | Argentina Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Join World Nomads’ Gloria Atanmo as she travels to Buenos Aires to explore the art of Argentine cuisine and discovers the local’s passion for food, and the importance of a shared meal with family or friends. From learning to grill the perfect asado, to visiting underground establishments, where the atmosphere is homely with a special touch, Gloria takes us on a food safari of the South American country, discovering the Argentine culture through its cuisine. She finds a country where the locals slow down, relax and take their time to enjoy a good meal. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/south-america/argentina/food-and-drink
Views: 25307 World Nomads
Travel India - Raw And Real In Chandni Chowk - Old Delhi
 
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Earlier this year, Andre Bolourchi travelled with the World Nomads film crew to explore India. For our first day, we had no time to ease in. We were thrust into one of the oldest market places in India, Chandni Chowk - for a whirlwind adventure in food and local connections, and quickly faced the harsh realities of daily Indian life. Dirty, gritty, and bustling with colour and movement, experiencing Delhi is not for the faint hearted - join Andre as he plunges head first into an overwhelming experience! --- World Nomads has been all round the globe lately! Why not check out some of our other adventures in: Namibia https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Or Brazil https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... And remember to Subscribe, we have so many more amazing adventures to share with you! ---- Credits: Directed and edited by: Jesse Chard Produced by: Alicia Crosariol and Jesse Chard Videography by Peter Teys and Jesse Chard
Views: 144895 World Nomads
Turtle Watching | Trinidad & Tobago Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel to the sleepy little town of Grande Riviere on the north coast of Trinidad with Miles Rowland from World Nomads, as he searches for giant sea turtles. Encountering a number of the magnificent creatures, Miles is caught off guard with just how enormous they are, before witnessing something even more spectacular – a sea turtle birth. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/caribbean/trinidad-and-tobago ----- Thanks to our awesome partners Trinidad & Tobago - The True Carribean http://www.gotrinidadandtobago.com/
Views: 29477 World Nomads
Holi Festival India - Drenched in colour and soaked in tradition
 
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Join World Nomad Andre Bolourchi as he travels to Vrindavan, India, to throw himself headlong into the traditional Holi Festival, a joyfully infectious celebration of colour and abundance that pays tribute to the mischievous Hindu god, Krishna. During his crazy Holi adventure, Andre discovered the spirit of connectedness that permeates Indian culture and life - a spirit when surrounded by thousands of revellers all soaked in colourful paint and singing traditional songs, is impossible to ignore. ---- Want to go further around India? Check out Andre's gritty and raw experience in New Delhi's Chandni Chawk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utkeu6P1csc Or, check out our adventures with the Himba tribes in Namibia! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=os2mQG-iMqo ---- Credits: Directed and edited by Jesse Chard Produced by Alicia Crosariol and Jesse Chard for WorldNomads.com Cinematography by Peter Teys and Jesse Chard
Views: 201381 World Nomads
Inside the Rocinha Favela | Brazil Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel into Rio De Janeiro’s Rocinha favela – the biggest in Brazil - with World Nomads’ Chris Noble as he discovers a side of the city away from the party. In recent years, the favelas have been a source of controversy, with massive police crackdowns on drug kingpins, which have escalated in a full-blown drug war. Chris discovers there is more to these areas than what we see in the news, and meets some of the residents and hears their side of the story. Join Chris in the heart of the Rocinha favela, where he discovers a place filled with community spirit, and passionate, hospitable people. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/south-america/brazil/inside-brazils-rocinha-favela-with-chris-noble
Views: 20881 World Nomads
Cultural Surprises | Tokyo Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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To outsiders, Japan may seem to have an extraordinarily quirky side. To those traveling to Japan, a couple of days in Tokyo is a rite of passage. Travel with World Nomads' Miles Rowland to some eyebrow-raising places including a dildo bar, a doctor's examination room at a love hotel, a psychedelic cafe and a restaurant staffed entirely by robots. Miles then dug a little deeper, with his Tokyo Insider, Ivan, who showed him the reasons behind these fascinating Japanese cultural practices, and like anything in Japan, there's always more than meets the eye. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/eastern-asia/japan/tokyo-discoveries-quirky-japan --- Headed to Japan? Make sure you pick up our AMAZING Japan Insiders Guide. It's jam packed with everything for your next trip to Nihon! Local city guides, best eats, best sightseeing, must dos, etiquette and more! Click here to download! https://www.worldnomads.com/guides/japan-insiders-guide --- Credits: Presenter - Miles Rowland Tokyo Insider - Ivan Kovac Director and Producer - Jesse Chard Field Director - Dan Usher Videography - Dan Usher and Jesse Chard Additional Cinematography - Ivan Kovac Editor - Jesse Chard Tokyo Production And Fixing Team - Chikayo Morijiri & Ryuzo Tsutsui from Chikki Media http://www.chikkimedia.com/
Views: 29179 World Nomads
Ecotourism in Northern Sumatra | Indonesia Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel to Leuser National Park in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, with Jo Raj from World Nomads as she discovers the last place on earth that rhinos, orangutans, elephants and tigers live side-by-side in the wild. But deep in the Sumatran jungle, Jo discovers land that is being extensively logged and cleared for palm oil plantations. Join Jo as she ventures into Indonesia’s interior, learns about magical jungle delicacies, meets an orangutan, and finds out how we can help protect the habitats of endangered species. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southeast-asia/indonesia/conservation-in-northern-sumatra
Views: 49569 World Nomads
Color and Contrast | Cuba Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Experience a world of contrasts in Cuba with World Nomads’ Mabel Moreno as she travels to the vibrant country and discovers Havana from an insider’s perspective. Discover the colorful, mosaic-filled town of Jaimanitas - a fishing town on the outskirts of Havana - before embracing the serenity of the green sanctuary of Parque Almendares. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/caribbean/cuba/day-trips-from-havana-you-must-do
Views: 3711 World Nomads
Bungy Jumping | New Zealand Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Terrifying even the most daring traveler, bungy jumping isn’t for the fainthearted. Would you launch yourself off the 440-ft Nevis Bungy in Queenstown? Travel with World Nomads’ Jabari Smith to New Zealand, home of the original bungy jump, as he experiences the thrill of jumping from the highest bungy in Australasia. Watch to see what it took to get Jabari across the line and over the edge. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/oceania/new-zealand/top-things-to-see-and-do-in-queenstown-new-zealands-adventure-capital ----- Thanks to the brilliant operators over at AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand for all your help with Jabari's jump! http://www.bungy.co.nz/ --- Credits Director: Jesse Chard Cinematography: Dan Usher and Jesse Chard Editing: Blake Glouah Producer: Pearse Moran and Parinaz Bilimoria Executive Producer: Jesse Chard ---- World Nomads travel insurance is designed for your next adventure, with cover for over 250 adventure sports and activities. Not all World Nomads plans cover every adventure sport or activity. Check your travel insurance plan and adventure sports cover carefully before you buy a policy to make sure it covers what you need, including all of the activities you’re planning to do. That way you’ll know what’s covered, what’s not covered and the terms and conditions which may apply if you do need to use it.
Views: 62286 World Nomads
Island Life on Karimunjawa | Indonesia Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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ust a stone’s throw from Java, the island of Karimunjawa is an unspoilt paradise waiting to be explored. With secluded beaches and limited access, Karimunjawa is one of the main islands of the Karimunjawa archipelago. Escape the party environment of Bali as we take you away from the streets of Kuta for a taste of island life. Travel with World Nomads’ Jo Raj as she learns to fish like an islander, meets a local family, and discovers what makes this less-visited Indonesian island tick. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southeast-asia/indonesia/island-life-on-karimunjawa
Views: 74081 World Nomads
Zip Lining | Norway Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel with Colleen Hagerty from World Nomads to Teveldal in Meråker, Norway, as she scales the heights and plunges the depths of Rypetoppen Adventure Park on an epic zip lining experience. Walking over suspended bridges and scaling mountains with powerful waterfalls rushing down the artic mountains as the backdrop, Colleen conquers her nerves, steps off the ledge and takes us on an heart-racing adrenalin adventure through Norway’s breath-taking scenery. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/northern-europe/norway ----- Thanks to our awesome partners Wild Norway http://wild-norway.com/ --- Credits Direction, filming and editing: Fredrik Bye Field production: Colleen Hagerty Producers: Alicia Crosariol, Parinaz Bilimoria, Pearse Moran Executive Producer: Jesse Chard --- World Nomads travel insurance is designed for your next adventure, with cover for over 250 adventure sports and activities. Check your travel insurance plan and adventure sports cover carefully before you buy a policy to make sure it covers what you need, including all of the activities you’re planning to do. That way you’ll know what’s covered, what’s not covered and the terms and conditions which may apply if you do need to use it.
Views: 26331 World Nomads
Travel Bhutan - World Nomads Photography Scholarship
 
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Ever wondered what it is like for a National Geographic photographer on assignment? As the winner of the 2010 World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship, aspiring photographer Dat Vu Tien travelled to Bhutan with Nat Geo photographer and mentor Jason Edwards to capture images of the amazing colour, culture and people, as well as rare and exotic wildlife. In this film, Jason talks about an incredibly powerful moment where, after a grueling days shoot, he encountered a white bellied heron, one of only 26 left in the world. Read more about Dat's experiences in Bhutan here: bit.ly/1mYxnQO --- Want to find out more about World Nomads Travel Scholarships program? Check out: https://scholarships.worldnomads.com/ for more details!
Views: 6262 World Nomads
Traditions of the Incas | Peru Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Watch as we follow Andre Bolourchi from World Nomads, as he embarks on a fascinating adventure through Peru’s Sacred Valley to the peak of Machu Picchu. On the way, he has a rich and humbling experience with the Amaru community, visits mystical and ancient Moray, gets his hands dirty at work in the colossal Maras salt mines with our local guide Wilfredo, and even samples one of Peru’s most curious delicacies - Guinea pig. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/peru-insiders-guide
Views: 5573 World Nomads
What Is The World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship?
 
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For the past ten years World Nomads has been sending up-and-coming travel photographers around the world to improve their craft, and learn from a professional. The World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship gives aspiring photographers the chance to hone their storytelling skills and receive hands-on experience in everything from shot set-up to technique and composition. Most importantly, our mentorships allow our recipients to understand what it is at the heart of good travel photography. We do this by showing new perspectives, encouraging lateral thinking, and providing access to incredible stories around the world. Find out more and sign-up to receive the latest film scholarship news: https://www.worldnomads.com/learn/travel-photography/
Views: 2994 World Nomads
What Makes A Great Travel Film?
 
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Here at World Nomads, we watch a LOT of travel films. But what makes a really good travel film? Here are a few things we suggest considering: 1.) Ask yourself, "What kind of story am I telling?" Everything you shoot and include in your film should support this. 2.) Focus on the moments of people interacting with each other, not just the pretty landscapes. 3.) You need really good audio. Bad audio can destroy a good film. 4.) Keep things snappy and to the point. A well-paced story will keep web-based audiences entertained and engaged. Now these guidelines are merely that. Guidelines. But we hope that this gives you a little insight into what kind of travel films work for us at World Nomads. Inspired yet? Check out the advance from filmmaker and mentor Brian Rapsey in his blog 'Travel Filmmaking: Are You Doing It Right?' Link: https://journals.worldnomads.com/projecttravel/story/106361/Worldwide/Travel-Filmmaking-Are-you-doing-it-right ---- Click here to enter our latest film scholarship to Mexico! https://bit.ly/1sTTV75 But be quick, entries close September 17. Good luck!
Views: 7404 World Nomads
Women’s Safety | India Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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As a traveler, India can be both overwhelming and exciting, especially if you’re a woman. There has been a lot of discussion about the safety of women traveling in India, but what are the realities? Join Caroline Pemberton from World Nomads as she meets inspirational local women, discovering that while India can be challenging, it is an overwhelmingly hospitable and safe place to travel. Caroline also visits Dharavi in Mumbai, the largest slum in Asia, and discovers a rich tapestry of local people, businesses, and entrepreneurship. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/india/understanding-the-culture-and-womens-safety-in-india
Views: 10484 World Nomads
Travel South Australia - Every Nomad Has A Story
 
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Travel is at the heart of who we are and as passionate travellers working for South Australia Tourism, ExOfficio and World Nomads, we're constantly looking to explore how travel affects us as people. Earlier this year, storyteller Gregg Bleakney followed the journey of avid traveller, Mari Gray to capture her adventures through South Australia. Mari's story is one fuelled by wanderlust and an innate desire to learn, to meet new people and to fully experience a place. Because, as every nomad knows, this kind of addiction to life is not a sickness - it is quite simply, the most natural state of being. Every Nomad has a story -- we'd love to for you to share yours with us here - https://ht.ly/nyBF9 Director/Writer: Gregg Bleakney Director/Editor: Yann Mourier Original Score: Daniel Spils Traveler: Mari Gray Narration: Lola Meyniel
Views: 35293 World Nomads
The Holy Man | India Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Discover the stunning beaches of Goa as World Nomads’ Andre Bolourchi travels to India on a yoga adventure, in search of spiritual insight and genuine travel connections. Here, he meets Krishna, a wandering Baba whose assignment from his master is to teach the secrets of Yoga to wandering travelers in the idyllic surrounds of Palolem Beach, Goa. Observe Andre’s connection with Krishna, and share the insights he gains after practicing with this modern-day holy man. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/india/top-experiences-in-goa
Views: 61191 World Nomads
Mardi Gras traditions with The Red Flame Hunters | Footprints Network
 
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World Nomads went to New Orleans in search of finding the real Mardi Gras experience, and discovered a story that goes far beyond the colourful head-dresses and the flamboyant parades. The Red Flame Hunters are a group of African American youth from the 7th Ward led by the inspirational Edward Buckner from the Original Big 7 Cultural Heritage Division. Ed’s mission is to pass on the tradition and values to the next generation of Mardi Gras Indians, while at the same time empowering the kids to rise above the many challenges they face in their community. The tribe spent months preparing, sewing and building their incredible costumes in anticipation for the parade. But when Mardi Gras day came closer, the dreaded rain threatened to wash them out. The Red Flame Hunters remained resilient, and forged on to the iconic Claiborne Overpass for an exciting face-off with other Mardi Gras Indian tribes, an exchange that Ed said made all the hard work pay off. If you want to help support the next generation of Mardi Gras Indians, go to the Red Flame Hunters GoFundMe page here: https://www.gofundme.com/redflame When you buy travel insurance with World Nomads you can also donate to the Red Flame Hunters by making a micro-donation through Footprints: https://bit.ly/1BKjVUu ---- Credits: Directed by Brian Rapsey Additional direction by Jesse Chard Filmed and edited by Brian Rapsey Additional filming by Andrés Brenner and Jesse Chard Produced by Alicia Crosariol and Jesse Chard for WorldNomads.com
Views: 33172 World Nomads
Love for Wine and Beer | Argentina Discoveries | World Nomad
 
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Famous for its wine, Argentina also has a growing craft beer scene that’s adding more options for the traveling foodie. Discover the magic of Argentine vineyards and breweries with World Nomads’ Gloria Atanmo as she travels to Salata and El Chalten, and goes behind the scenes to explore Argentina’s love for wine and beer. And while she’s admittedly better at drinking the beverages than making them, Gloria tries her hand at tending to north Argentinian grapes, known for their distinct flavor thanks to the sunny climate and high altitude. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/south-america/argentina/food-and-drink
Views: 40280 World Nomads
Sri Lanka Street Food - Spicy Curries - Passport And Plate Episode Six
 
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In episode six of Passport & Plate Sri Lanka, we follow food explorer Mahsa Fratantoni as she goes north of the region to the largely untouched area of Jaffna. Jaffna has only just recently seen the first inklings of tourism, given that it had been ravaged for years by the civil war. Mahsa takes a look at the newly opened region, and connects with a local family over Jaffna's signature spicy curries. ---- Thanks to our friends at Intrepid Travel for helping us put our itineraries together! Check out their food adventures over at: https://www.intrepidtravel.com/theme/food --- Credits: Directed, filmed and edited by Ben McNamara Produced by Alicia Crosariol and Parinaz Bilimoria for WorldNomads.com Executive Producer: Jesse Chard
Views: 11677 World Nomads
Mountain Biking Trails | Trinidad & Tobago Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel with Miles Rowland from World Nomads as he ventures into the interior of Trinidad & Tobago’s north coast, Grande Riviere, navigating the landscape by mountain bike and discovering the tropical nature and wildlife of the Caribbean. Join Miles as he exercises his mind, body and soul during the thrilling adventure activity, finding the ultimate feeling of freedom that comes with being in Trinidad. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/caribbean/trinidad-and-tobago ----- Thanks to our awesome partners Trinidad & Tobago - The True Carribean http://www.gotrinidadandtobago.com/
Views: 2001 World Nomads
Sri Lanka Street Food - Off The Beaten Path - Passport & Plate Episode Three
 
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In episode three of Passport & Plate Sri Lanka, food explorer Suresh Doss goes off the beaten path to discover a delicious Buffalo Milk Curd, and the fascinating traditional process that goes into creating the iconic dish. --- Thanks to our friends at Intrepid Travel for helping us put our itineraries together! Check out their food adventures over at: https://www.intrepidtravel.com/theme/food --- Credits: Directed, filmed and edited by Daniel Ainsworth Produced by Alicia Crosariol and Parinaz Bilimoria for WorldNomads.com Executive Producer: Jesse Chard
Views: 34483 World Nomads
Food: Flavors and Tradition | India Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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To discover the full depth of Indian dishes would take countless lifetimes, as each region is another universe of food traditions, spices and flavors. Travel with World Nomads’ Caroline Pemberton as she sets out to educate her belly by focusing on three prime locations in India - Mumbai, Kerala and Varanasi, and discovers an array of amazing tastes, and also connects with the locals who create and preserve India’s wonderful food traditions. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/india/delicious-food-and-flavors-of-indian-cuisine
Views: 10623 World Nomads
Sustainable Travel in Kerala, India | Positive Footprints | World Nomads
 
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For a long time in Kerala, unregulated tourism meant large corporations were running the show. The local community then suffered through large-scale development and environmental pollution. Very little of the money made from tourism found its way to the local economy. That’s when Kabanitour founder, Sumesh Mangalasseri, had the idea to promote tourism as a development option for affected communities. Join World Nomads’ Jigar Ganatra as he travels to Kerala to find out about the work of Kabanitour, and how it's rejuvenated tourism in the area to become a sustainable part of the economy. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/make-a-difference/footprints
Views: 51261 World Nomads
Bali Nightlife - Will You Survive?
 
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If you are headed to Bali, Indonesia, there is every chance you will end up in the nightlife mecca of Kuta - a no-holds-barred party strip filled with cheap drinks, pounding clubs and endless mayhem at practically every corner. Join Jesse Perez from the World Nomads Travel Safety Hub for a trip into the belly of the Bali beast, to discover a few of the pitfalls you might encounter - and how to come home with (some of) your memories intact! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Are you a party animal? Thinking of popping off to the Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan for some rip-roaring hedonistic adventures? Then check out our film, Surviving The Full Moon Party, and get the lowdown on getting the most out of your good times without getting a cracked skull, rope burns, alcohol poisoning or waking up next to someone with breath like a walrus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOnwfW4xBQM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keen to find out more about Indonesia? Then Ask A Nomad! - Let thousands of travellers and locals guide you to the best experiences in Indonesia https://answers.worldnomads.com/locations/2739/map-of-indonesia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WorldNomads.com keeps you travelling safely. Whether you're off for a long weekend, looking for the ultimate adventure or living the nomadic dream, you'll stay covered with travel insurance, safety advice and a range of other sweet stuff! https://www.worldnomads.com Thanks to: Craig Beveridge - BIMC hospital, Bali Bounty Hotel - Kuta Kayun Hostel - Kuta
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Travel Oman - On assignment with Nat Geo photographer Jason Edwards
 
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Ever wondered what it is like for a National Geographic photographer on assignment? As the mentor of our Travel Photography Scholarship, Nat Geo photographer Jason Edwards travelled to Oman with Oman Tourism and Peregrine Adventures to capture the people and landscapes of this stunning country. Watch as Jason shares his journey through Oman with mentee Jake Salyers - as well as his tips for aspiring photographers.
Views: 5371 World Nomads
Kathmandu: Beauty and Chaos | Nepal Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Travel with Will McCloy from World Nomads to the chaotic epicentre of Nepal, Kathmandu, the first touch point for many on their journey to the Himalayas. Learn the significance of historic sites including Durbar Square, and experience a sensory overload at Asan Bazaar, where the smells, sounds and sights overwhelm. Immersing himself in the city’s life, and finding some wonderful local connections along the way, Will discovers that when it comes to Kathmandu, there’s an abundance of beauty in the chaos. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/nepal/finding-beauty-in-the-chaos-of-kathmandu-nepal --- Headed to Nepal? Make sure you pick up our AMAZING Nepal Insiders Guide. It's jam packed with everything for your next trip to the trekking mecca! Local city guides, best eats, best sightseeing, must dos, etiquette and more! Click here to download: https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/nepal-insiders-guide -- Credits: Presenter - Will McCloy Director - Miles Rowland Cinematography - Carlos Torres and Julian Manrique Additional Cinematography - Miles Rowland Editors - Juan Felipe Olave and Efrain Tarriba Motion Graphics/VFX - Efrain Tarriba Sound Mix/Audio Post Production - Daniel Murcia Adarraga World Nomads Production Co-ordinator - Pearse Moran Nepal Production/Fixing team - Pushpa KC and Shiva Raj Bastakoti Nepal Insider - Pushpa KC Series Director/Executive Producer - Jesse Chard
Views: 3584 World Nomads
Waste-Free Travel | Indonesia Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Indonesia is facing a waste management crisis and the pressure from tourism isn’t helping. Jo Raj from World Nomads discovers how we can all take the first step to be part of the solution, and how we can reduce our travel footprint. Travel with Jo as she meets Indonesia insider, Siska, and learns how travelers can create less waste while supporting the local economy. Jo visits the Northern Sumatran village of Batu Katak, that's flourishing under a waste-conscious initiative, proving that through education, the future can be bright. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southeast-asia/indonesia/waste-free-travel
Views: 56759 World Nomads
Ancient Practices and Rituals | India Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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India is home to some of the most ancient practices on earth. From the roots of martial arts to the fundamentals of healthy living, a vast range of human practices can be traced back to the Indian subcontinent. World Nomads’ Caroline Pemberton discovers a healthy handful of these traditions during her travels, along with some incredibly inspiring and powerful locals. Join Caroline as she participates in a ritual with a traditional holy man, dips her toe into the ancient health practice of Ayurveda, and unravels the powers of age-old Indian martial arts. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/india/martial-arts-and-ancient-culture-in-kerala ---- Headed to India? Download our FREE insiders guide to India. It's packed with information about how to get around, the best sights and sounds, and most importantly, how you can stay safe. https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/guides/india-insiders-guide ---- Credits: Presenter: Caroline Pemberton Director and Producer: Yasmin Bright Production Co-ordination: Pearse Moran Cinematography and Videography: Julian Manrique and Carlos Torres Story Editing: Yasmin Bright Visual Editing: Julian Manrique, Efrain Terriba and Juan Felipe Olave Fajardo Sound Design and Audio Post Production: Daniel Murcia Adarraga Graphics: Efrain Terriba Indian production consulting: Eeshit Narain and Shriya Pilgaonkar Series Director and Executive Producer: Jesse Chard
Views: 14883 World Nomads
Penguin Conservation in Patagonia | Positive Footprints | World Nomads
 
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The Global Penguin Society was founded to protect and maintain a colony of Magellenic penguins near the popular Patagonian beach town of Puerto Madryn. World Nomads travels there to meet its founder, Argentinian marine biologist Dr Pablo Garcia Borboroglu, who’s recently been named the winner of the 2018 Gold Award from the Whitley Fund for Nature, an award so prestigious among conservationists it’s often called the ‘green Oscar.’ Thanks to the micro-donations from our travelers, World Nomads is proud to be able to support projects like this. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/make-a-difference/responsible-travel/planet/penguin-conservation-in-patagonia
Views: 194296 World Nomads
The Rainbow Village | Indonesia Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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The villagers of Kampung Pelangi, in Semarang, Java, have spent $22,000 painting their community in rainbow colors. They hoped it would lead to an increase in tourism and improvements in their living conditions, and the risk paid off. The village has been transformed from a slum to a vibrant landmark, and it has quickly gained attention on social media. Join Jo Raj from World Nomads as she travels to Indonesia’s Rainbow Village to see if the village’s colorful makeover has changed the lives of the locals, and finds out how it feels to live in a rainbow. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southeast-asia/indonesia/rainbow-village
Views: 18302 World Nomads
Yearn Outs Episode 2: Cao Boi
 
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You’d be hard pressed to find a greater example of a true Nomad than Cao Boi. World Nomads has teamed up with the film crew from Yearn Outs, who found this adventurous spirit during their time in rural Cambodia. He wowed them by revealing he had lived the vagabond lifestyle for most of his life. Cao Boi has seen it all, he’s worked on a pirate ship, been a contestant on Survivor, and now spends his time going around the globe, healing people and helping poor families provide education for their children. His outlook on travel and living the lifestyle of a true wanderer is an inspiration for all of us yearning to hit the road and find travel freedom! ---- For more about World Nomads opportunities, click here: https://bit.ly/1DCtoR8 Be sure to follow the Yearn Outs crew on their Facebook page, they are doing some awesome stuff! httpss://www.facebook.com/yearnouts
Views: 5112 World Nomads
Youth Culture in Yogyakarta | Indonesia Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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If Jakarta is the heart of Indonesia, powering the economy and industry, Yogyakarta is the soul, keeping the spirit of the nation in balance and harmony. Known affectionately as Jogja, Yogyakarta, on Java, is home to a youthful buzz due to a number of universities and colleges. Travel with World Nomads' Jo Raj as she navigates the vibrant city’s youth scene, taking to the streets to try charcoal coffee and discover the street art. We also meet Indonesia insider, Kadek, who teaches us how to get the most out of Jogja, from the well-known religious locations, to the smaller trendy hangouts. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southeast-asia/indonesia/youth-culture-yogyakarta
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Travel India - What to know before you go
 
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Some tips from travel experts on what to know before travelling to India !
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The Gaucho Culture | Argentina Discoveries | World Nomad
 
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Deeply rooted in Argentina’s history, the Gaucho culture is still very much alive. Discover the unique culture of the Gaucho with World Nomads’ Gloria Atanmo as she travels to Salta and Patagonia to meet the country’s nomadic cowboys and learn about their proud traditions and unique way of life. Join Gloria as she saddles up and takes off with the skilled horsemen on a ride through the countryside, participates in traditional Argentine dances, and samples the nation’s diet staple, beef, in a traditional Gaucho feast. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/south-america/argentina
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Ride the River | New Zealand Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Gear up and get ready to jump headfirst into an epic river-boarding adventure. A combination of bodyboarding and whitewater rafting, river-boarding is a thrill like no other. Join World Nomads’ Jabari Smith as he travels to New Zealand to take on the raging rapids of Queenstown, experiencing the rush of riding whirlpools and trying out some rock jumps along the way. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/oceania/new-zealand/top-things-to-see-and-do-in-queenstown-new-zealands-adventure-capital ----- Thanks to the brilliant operators over at RiverBoarding.co.nz for all your help with Jabari's adventure! http://www.riverboarding.co.nz/ --- Credits Director: Jesse Chard Cinematography: Dan Usher and Jesse Chard Editing: Blake Glouah Producer: Pearse Moran and Parinaz Bilimoria Executive Producer: Jesse Chard ---- World Nomads travel insurance is designed for your next adventure, with cover for over 250 adventure sports and activities. Not all World Nomads plans cover every adventure sport or activity. Check your travel insurance plan and adventure sports cover carefully before you buy a policy to make sure it covers what you need, including all of the activities you’re planning to do. That way you’ll know what’s covered, what’s not covered and the terms and conditions which may apply if you do need to use it.
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Thailand Full Moon Party - Survive It Like A Boss!
 
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Going to Thailand? Click the link below for the free World Nomads Thailand Survival Guide! It's ridiculously awesome, and everything you need to know before you go! https://bit.ly/1G8xzEe The Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan, Thailand has attracted its fair share of controversy in recent years, so we decided to send Jesse Perez from the World Nomads Travel Safety Hub to this party paradise to see if it was as dangerous as the mainstream media makes out (it was a purely professional trip, we promise!) In his film, 'Surviving The Full Moon Party' Jesse experiences all the thrills and spills of this epic event - the notorious fire-rope, the crazy buckets, the cracked skulls and bandaged bodies, and the unbridled hedonism of 20,000 free-spirited nomads - and lives to tell the tale. Do you think you could handle the heat? Check out the film and see for yourself! ----- CREDITS: Camera and cinematography: Peter Teys https://www.peterteys.com/ Time lapse moon shot: Asikelis https://www.youtube.com/user/Asikelis Produced and directed by Jesse Perez for https://worldnomads.com THANKS TO: Koh Phangan Tourist Police Bandon Clinic Pla from Andaman Relax Tours
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Just Go - World Nomads
 
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Four world nomads recently packed their bags, and set out on a whirlwind adventure to four incredible destinations -- Namibia, Brazil, Iceland and India. Andre got covered in Holi powder in Vrindavan, Katie swam with the Reykjavik locals in freezing seas, Chris danced until sunrise at Rio's Carnival and Sussan got taken in and dressed as one of the Himba tribe in Namibia. Our cameras captured everything from that first moment of walking into a completely new world, savouring new tastes, sounds, smells to being welcomed by amazing locals. Watch as the adventures unfold and those moments of fear and confusion, give way to pure wonder. ----- This film was produced by Chris Noble and Alicia Smith, and directed by Jesse Perez for Worldnomads.com. Cinematography by Peter Teys, Brian Rapsey, Eeshit Narain and Jesse Perez.
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Travel Indonesia - Is Balinese White Magic real?
 
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Hanna Butler, the winner of World Nomads 2012 Travel Writing Scholarship, travelled to Southeast Asia to immerse herself in the local culture and write about her experiences. In Bali, Indonesia, Hanna seeks out and finds a traditional Balinese White Magic healer, and is shocked to see the visceral effects that the practice can have on the sick and vexed. Initially apprehensive to get on the mat and have the eye-opening practice performed on her, Hanna succumbs, and experiences White Magic healing for herself. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keen to know more about Indonesia and where to find a truly local experience? Then Ask A Nomad! - Let thousands of travellers and locals guide you to the most unique experiences in Indonesia https://answers.worldnomads.com/locations/2739/map-of-indonesia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more about World Nomads Scholarship program: https://scholarships.worldnomads.com/ See Hanna's eating adventures in Malaysia - Including eating Bull's Penis! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzf3JAQWd9I Witnessing the rawness of a traditional Balinese cremation ceremony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsO2AYfKIhU And experiencing first hand the polarising, pungent Southeast Asian fruit known as durian. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mejthr2ZA28&feature=plcp Read about Hanna's Southeast Asian adventures: https://journals.worldnomads.com/hanna -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WorldNomads.com keeps you travelling safely. Whether you're off for a long weekend, looking for the ultimate adventure or living the nomadic dream, you'll stay covered with travel insurance, safety advice and a range of other sweet stuff! https://www.worldnomads.com
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Travel Namibia - Meeting the Himba Tribe
 
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What happens when a traveler encounters the Himba tribe in Namibia? Earlier this year, Sussan Mourad travelled with the World Nomads film crew to explore Namibia. The highlight of the trip was the day spent visiting a nomadic Himba tribe deep in the heart of Namibia. While apprehensive at first, Sussan managed to connect with the women of the tribe despite language and cultural barriers. After speaking extensively about the Himba women's unique beauty regime of applying ochre and fat to their skin, Sussan asks if she too can try out the treatment. Watch as Sussan is transformed from traveller to tribal woman -- and see how the women of the tribe react to her new look. *Note: Being invited into a Himba village and being dressed like a Himba woman is not a common occurrence in Namibia and certainly is not a tourist attraction. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­----- Credits: Produced by Alicia Smith Directed by Jesse Chard and Peter Teys. Cinematography by Peter Teys. Edited by Jesse Chard.
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Spirituality and Culture | India Discoveries | World Nomads
 
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Join Caroline Pemberton from World Nomads as she travels to the spiritual capital of India, Varanasi, in search of the soul-stirring spirituality and culture that’s the heartbeat of the country. Discover the Ganges River, the life blood of the city, which plays a huge part in Indian culture. Meet the open-hearted, curious and accepting locals that live amongst the paradoxes and organised chaos of India. Although there’s a big focus on death here, and public cremations are a cultural norm, Varanasi and its people have a lot to teach us about life. Click here to find out more- https://www.worldnomads.com/explore/southern-asia/india/understanding-spirituality-in-india
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Surfing in Colombia's El Choco | Positive Footprints | World Nomads
 
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Follow the filmmaking journey of World Nomads’ Coleman Lowndes, as he travels to the heart of the Colombian coast to the El Choco surf village. Here, he captures an inspiring story of positive mentorship, where village children are taught to surf by older members of the community. In Colombia, surf classes teach the benefits of physical activity and exercise associated with the art of surfing. The kids also learn core values of respect, discipline, and tolerance, as well as the importance of respecting and caring for the ocean and environment. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/make-a-difference/footprints
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What VICE Didn't Tell You About Borrachero | Colombia Safe Travels | World Nomads
 
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Borrachero is a tasteless and odourless drug that can swiftly be mixed into drinks, food and cigarettes. And the worst thing is, once you’re under its spell, you seem completely aware of the outside world, so no one can tell you’re in danger. Join World Nomads’ Stephanie Hunt as she travels to Bogota in Colombia to learn more about this mind-controlling drug, and how it’s used as a dangerous method to kidnap and rob users. When traveling it’s important to stay vigilant, be weary of strangers, and keep an eye on your food and drink at all times. If you didn’t buy it, don’t consume it. Click here to read more- https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/south-america/colombia/facts-about-borrachero-devils-breath-drug-in-colombia
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Sri Lanka Street Food - Fish Head Curry - Passport & Plate Episode One
 
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Episode one of Passport & Plate Sri Lanka follows food explorer Suresh Doss as he returns to his native Sri Lanka for the first time in decades. There, he rediscovers the food, culture and people of his homeland by sampling a mouth watering Fish Head Curry from noted eating establishment, Upali's. --- Thanks to our friends at Intrepid Travel for helping us put our itineraries together! Check out their food adventures over at: https://www.intrepidtravel.com/theme/food --- Credits: Directed, filmed and edited by Daniel Ainsworth Produced by Alicia Crosariol and Parinaz Bilimoria for WorldNomads.com Executive Producer: Jesse Chard
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Travel Malaysia - Eating Durian In Penang
 
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Hanna Butler, the winner of World Nomads 2012 Travel Writing Scholarship, travelled to Southeast Asia to immerse herself in the local culture and write about her experiences. In Penang, Malaysia, Hanna decides to seek out the exotic and polarising fruit known as Durian - and finds herself at one of the best farms of the fruit in all of Penang. She is fascinated by the culture and obsession surrounding the pungent fruit, and finally takes the plunge to see what all the fuss is about. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keen to discover more hidden treasures in Penang? Then Ask A Nomad! - Let thousands of travellers and locals guide you to the best experiences in Malaysia https://answers.worldnomads.com/locations/1199/map-of-malaysia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more about World Nomads Scholarship program: https://scholarships.worldnomads.com/ See Hanna's eating adventures in Malaysia - Including eating Bull's Penis! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzf3JAQWd9I And witnessing the rawness of a traditional Balinese cremation ceremony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RsO2AYfKIhU Read about Hanna's Southeast Asian adventures: https://journals.worldnomads.com/hanna -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WorldNomads.com keeps you travelling safely. Whether you're off for a long weekend, looking for the ultimate adventure or living the nomadic dream, you'll stay covered with travel insurance, safety advice and a range of other sweet stuff! https://www.worldnomads.com
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What Is The World Nomads Travel Film Scholarship?
 
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For nearly ten years, World Nomads has been providing up-and-coming filmmakers with invaluable mentorships with industry professionals. These experiences are custom tailored to deliver true in-field experience, and equip budding filmmakers with sound knowledge of camera, audio, capturing a narrative, interviewing, direction, and post-production. Most importantly, our mentorships allow our recipients to understand what it is at the heart of good travel filmmaking. We do this by showing new perspectives, encouraging lateral thinking, and providing access to incredible stories around the world. Find out more and sign-up to receive the latest film scholarship news: https://www.worldnomads.com/learn/travel-film
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Travel Antarctica - World Nomads Photography Scholarship
 
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Ever wondered what it is like for a National Geographic photographer on assignment? As the winner of the 2011 World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship, aspiring photographer Anna Zhu travelled to Antarctica with Nat Geo photographer and mentor Jason Edwards to capture images of the vast, mysterious landscape and fascinating wildlife. In this film, Jason and Anna both discuss the challenges and rewards that come with such a unique and physically demanding shoot. Read more about Anna's experiences in Antarctica: https://bit.ly/1hTU0Qy Check out her photos: https://bit.ly/1eCBcpV --- Want to find out more about World Nomads Travel Scholarships program? Check out: https://scholarships.worldnomads.com/ for more details!
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