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    • Travel documentary

    • A travel documentary is a documentary film, television program, or online series that describes travel in general or tourist attractions without recommending particular package deals or tour operators. A travelogue film is an early type of travel documentary, serving as an exploratory ethnographic film. The genre has ... Read »


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    • 5 Takes

    • 5 Takes is a travel series that airs on the Travel Channel. The series documents bloggers and vloggers traveling to locations of the world while interacting online with viewers. Viewers often suggest locations the hosts, referred to as "TJs" ("travel journalists"), should visit. The series was invented and produced by ... Read »


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    • 180 Degrees South: Conquerors of the Useless

    • 180 Degrees South: Conquerors of the Useless

      180 Degrees South: Conquerors of the Useless, or simply 180° South, is a 2010 documentary directed by Chris Malloy that covers the journey of Jeff Johnson as he travels from Ventura, California to Patagonia, Chile retracing the 1968 trip that Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins took in their Ford E-Series Econoline Van ... Read »


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    • La 628-E8

    • La 628-E8

      La 628-E8 is a novel by the French novelist and playwright Octave Mirbeau, published by Fasquelle in 1907. Part travelogue, part fantasy, part cultural commentary and critique, Mirbeau's book highlights its own unclassifiability: "Is it a diary?”, the narrator wonders. "Is it even the account of a trip?” ... Read »


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    • 1,000 Places to See Before You Die (TV series)

    • 1000 Places to See Before You Die is a documentary series that was shown on the Travel Channel as well as Discovery HD Theater (now Velocity HD) in 2007. The show, hosted by Albin and Melanie Ulle, travels around the world to showcase some of the Earth's vast beauty. The program also explores the diverse cultures of se ... Read »


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    • Amazing Vacation Homes

    • Amazing Vacation Homes is a documentary-styled homestead and travel series on the Travel Channel that debuted in October 2004. The first two seasons of the show were hosted by Tom Jourden. In 2006, hosting duties were taken over by Didiayer Snyder, and the number of featured homes was reduced from three to two. Am ... Read »


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    • Crazy Cruise

    • Crazy Cruise

      Crazy Cruise is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series. It was directed by Tex Avery and Bob Clampett, whose names do not appear on the surviving print of the cartoon. Because Tex left the studio in September 1941 before production was completed (it was the last he worked on), Clampett finished it, a ... Read »


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    • Cruise Confidential

    • Cruise Confidential is the first book in the eponymous series by author Brian David Bruns, published in 2008 by Traveler’s Tales (a division of Solas House). Its full title is Cruise Confidential: A Hit Below the Waterline: Where the Crew Lives, Eats, Wars, and Parties. Cruise Confidential provoked a discussion a ... Read »


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    • Eat Your Kimchi

    • Eat Your Kimchi

      Eat Your Kimchi was a production company based in South Korea that publishes videos featuring the two creators, Simon and Martina Stawski. They are known for their videos which compare the differences in Korean and Western culture. The YouTube channel featuring their videos is the 18th most popular in Korea and the You ... Read »


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    • Experience Punjab — On the Road


    • Finding Farley

    • Finding Farley is a 2009 documentary directed by Leanne Allison as she and her husband Karsten Heuer travel across Canada in the literary footsteps of Canadian writer Farley Mowat. Heuer, a biologist and author, had written a book on his experiences making the documentary Being Caribou, in which he and Allison travele ... Read »


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    • Getaway (TV series)


    • Google Maps Road Trip

    • Google Maps Road Trip was a live-streaming documentary produced by Marc Horowitz and Peter Baldes between August 10 and August 18, 2009. The event represented the first virtual live-streaming broadcast cross-country road trip: using only Google Maps, the pair drove from Los Angeles to Richmond, VA. They were interviewe ... Read »


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    • Conrad Grünenberg


    • Helicopter Canada

    • Helicopter Canada

      Helicopter Canada (aka Hélicoptère Canada) is a 1966 Canadian documentary film produced by the National Film Board of Canada and directed by Eugene Boyko. The film features aerial photography of all ten of Canada's provinces. Helicopter Canada, sponsored by the Canada's Centennial Commission, was produced for int ... Read »


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    • Inside Fighting Canada

    • Inside Fighting Canada

      Inside Fighting Canada is a 11-minute 1942 Canadian documentary film, made by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) as part of the wartime Canada Carries On series. The film, directed by Jane Marsh and produced by James Beveridge, was an account of the Canadian military during the Second World War. The film's French ... Read »


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    • Journey to Mecca

    • Journey to Mecca

      Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta is an IMAX ("giant screen") dramatised documentary film charting the first real-life journey made by the Islamic scholar Ibn Battuta from his native Morocco to Mecca for the Hajj (Muslim pilgrimage), in 1325. The 20-year-old Muslim religious law student Ibn Battuta ... Read »


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    • Kintaro Walks Japan

    • Kintaro Walks Japan is a documentary film produced and directed by Tyler MacNiven. It is an account of MacNiven's journey walking and backpacking the entire length of Japan from KyÅ«shÅ« to Hokkaidō, more than 2000 miles in 145 days. MacNiven cited three reasons for the journey. On his first trip to Japan in 20 ... Read »


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    • The Missions of California

    • The Missions of California

      The Missions of California is an in-depth documentary covering every aspect of the twenty one California Missions chronologically from San Diego to the Wine Country of Napa-Sanona by using a combination of HD color footage, crystal clear archival film and a rare collection of historic photographs. Re-tracing the f ... Read »


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    • Notions of the Americans

    • Notions of the Americas; Picked Up by a Travelling Bachelor is a 1828 semi-nonfictional travel narrative by James Fenimore Cooper. The work takes the form of letters between a fictional bachelor traveling in the United States to his European friends. Cooper wrote the work while in Europe, and originally published the w ... Read »


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    • Travelogues of Palestine

    • Travelogues of Palestine are the more than 3,000 books and other materials detailing accounts of the journeys of primarily European and North American travelers to Ottoman Palestine. An in depth survey of Palestine topography, and demographics was done by the Cartographer, Geographer, Philologist The number of publishe ... Read »


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    • Quest for the Lost City

    • Quest for the Lost City is a 1955 American documentary film which follows the travels of the travel writing team of Dana and Ginger Lamb, as they hike through the jungles of Central America. Produced by Sol Lesser Productions, it was distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, and released on May 4, 1955. The film features an i ... Read »


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    • The Railrodder

    • The Railrodder

      The Railrodder is a 1965 short comedy film starring Buster Keaton in one of his final film roles, directed by Gerald Potterton and produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). A 25-minute comedic travelogue of Canada, The Railrodder was also Keaton's final silent film, as the film contains no dialogue and all s ... Read »


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    • Ten Thousand Miles in the Southern Cross

    • Ten Thousand Miles in the Southern Cross is a 1922 New Zealand travelogue made by George Tarr during a 1922 voyage in the South Pacific. Most are of indigenous tribes e.g. ritual dances, though one shot is of a bishop in full canonical regalia, presumably at a Melanesian mission. Most of the shots are wide shots, with ... Read »


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    • This is New Zealand

    • This is New Zealand is a documentary film showcasing New Zealand scenery that was produced by the New Zealand National Film Unit for screening at the World Expo in Osaka in 1970. The film combined scenic images including aerial cinematography with rousing classical music such as Sibelius' Karelia Suite. Using then gro ... Read »


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    • Three in Norway (by two of them)

    • Three in Norway (by Two of Them) is a travelogue from the 19th century in Norway, written by James A. Lees and Walter J. Clutterbuck. FjÃ¥gesund and Syme identify it as one of the most frequently reprinted travel accounts for Norway. First published in 1882, the book tells, in an engaging humorous and deadpan st ... Read »


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    • The Vanished Path

    • The Vanished Path

      The Vanished Path: A Graphic Travelogue is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Bharath Murthy, and published in March, 2015, by HarperCollins Publishers India. It is Bharath’s first book-length comic. There were two trips to the sites, one lasting a week and the other three weeks. Alka Singh, a filmmak ... Read »


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    • Varthamanappusthakam

    • Varthamanappusthakam is a Malayalam travelogue written by Paremmakkal Thoma Kathanar which is regarded as the first travelogue in any Indian language. It was written in the 18th century but then forgotten, being re-discovered in 1935 and first printed in Malayalam in 1936 by Luka Mathai Plathottam at Athirampuzha St Ma ... Read »


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    • Violated Paradise

    • Violated Paradise is a 1963 Italian sexploitation film directed and produced by Marion Gering. Alternate titles for the film were Scintillating Sins and Sea Nymphs. A Japanese village girl travels to Tokyo in the hope of becoming a geisha. On her way to the city, she sees a village where she is attracted towards a ... Read »


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    • A Walk Along the Ganges

    • A Walk Along the Ganges

      A Walk Along the Ganges (1986) is a travelogue written by Dennison Berwick. In this book, author tells about journey, a 2000 miles along the Ganges, the Indian river. The idea of walking along the river came to Berwick's mind, when he was "gazing over" Nile. In introduction of the book he wrote, from his childhood he ... Read »


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    • We Said Go Travel

    • We Said Go Travel is a global community of over sixteen hundred writers from seventy five countries with articles from every continent. Stories are shared with photos and video from a perspective of the transformative power of travel. We Said Go Travel has hosted live and online events as well as travel writing contest ... Read »


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    • Zone Policeman 88

    • Zone Policeman 88: a close range study of the Panama Canal and its workers

      Zone Policeman 88: A Close Range Study of the Panama Canal and Its Workers is a non-fiction book written by Harry A. Franck and published in 1913. Franck, a travel writer who had produced a highly successful 1910 travelogue, Vagabond Journey Around the World, took a position as a police officer in the Panama Canal Zone ... Read »


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