compulsivetraveler.tv [BETA]

The ultimate travel video site

El Cedral, Aragua, Venezuela Travel Video

El Cedral: A Day in the Llanos of Venezuela

This mood piece evokes the mystique of El Cedral, a cattle ranch and wildlife refuge in the llanos, or plains, of Venezuela

filmmaker: Globe Scope

country: Venezuela

channel: nature

rating: PRO

views: 7356

comments: 0

Add to Favorites Add a comment Plan-it!

Leave your comment!


(we will not share this)

(hint: you are human)

See all videos of Venezuela...

An Ecovoyage to Venezula

An Ecovoyage to Venezula

We like to do promotional videos for travel companies that focus on helping pr…moreWe like to do promotional videos for travel companies that focus on helping preserve fragile environments through responsible tourism. Ecovoyage is one such company. We feel lucky to have seen and digitally filmed such a wealth of Venezuelan wild places and wild life. less

Los Roques

Los Roques

We had only a couple of days to document the beauty of these tiny islands off …moreWe had only a couple of days to document the beauty of these tiny islands off the Caribbean coast of Venezuela. Would we go back? Absolutely. less

See all videos of nature...

Incredible India Part 2 Nadak

Incredible India Part 2 Nadak

Nestled in the Himalayas, Nadak, called the last Shangri-La, is home to the mos…moreNestled in the Himalayas, Nadak, called the last Shangri-La, is home to the most ancient Tibetan Buddhist traditions. This 8 part series is narrated by Michael York. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 7

Rich Kern Wild Florida 7

Florida two bigest springs the Silver Spring and Wakala Spring are the major a…moreFlorida two bigest springs the Silver Spring and Wakala Spring are the major attractions in the state. They are also the largest Springs in the world were we can find all kind of species of fishes, Alligators, snapping turtles, the largest fresh water turtle i the world, who can exceed up to 250 pound. less

Croatia Wine Tour Part 2

Croatia Wine Tour Part 2

Pula was an administrative center of Istria since Roman times and the roman are…morePula was an administrative center of Istria since Roman times and the roman arena still stands as a sign of old roman glory. And an old culinary traditions which shows in its great markets. Valsabbion is a sophisticated boutique hotel and a much awarded restaurant with very innovative cuisine both in content and presentation. Down toward the central region of Licka are the Plitvize lakes. Surrounded by 3 mountains feeding the lakes this world heritage site is a grand collection of amazing waterfalls and 16 lakes known for their unusual changing colors colors ranging from blue to aqua to turquoise Then through the ancient village of Mlinize with looks to have stepped out right out of the Middle Ages. Nearby in Kuterevo in the Licka region there is a shelter for bear cubs run by volunteers and worth a visit. The peninsual of Primosten is one of the most photogenic places on the Adriatic. This is also a rich wine country. Further south is Trogir a World Heritage site with great architecture and the feeling of having stepped right into the Renaissance. Split is another World heritage site with a very old history: it has an amazing old city built inside the huge palace built by on Roman Emperors’ Diocletian. Split is a lively city with large markets and great outdoor life Ston was a small town built to defend nearby Dubrovnik and its 5 kilometers wall it has the longest fortiefied walls in Europe. Ston is also the center of oyster growing in Dalmatia. Freshness does not come any closer. Korchula is another spectacular island settled since Neolithic time Its most famous citizen Marco Polo is supposed to have been born here. The Matusko winery is right outside Dubrovnik and it produces excellent full bodied reds like Dingac and Plavac. And then there is Dubrovnik . This is the city of all cities a fortress town a port a living museum the jewel of the Adriatic with great beaches history and a feel of having entered a magic place. less

See all videos by Globe Scope...

A West African Journey

A West African Journey

Travel in West Africa is not easy, but it certainly is interesting. Our route…moreTravel in West Africa is not easy, but it certainly is interesting. Our route from Senegal through much of Mali - sometimes on fairly good roads and sometimes on unmarked sand tracks. When our vehicle seemed to be stuck on top of a sand dune at midnight near the Maritanian border in western Mali we kept telling ourselves that it would make a good story if we survived. Often the worst travel experiences are the most fun to talk about in retrospect. less

Introductory segment from a travel program on Southeast Asia

Introductory segment from a travel program on Southeast Asia

Our task of doing a travel documentary on Southeast Asia involved taking twent…moreOur task of doing a travel documentary on Southeast Asia involved taking twenty-seven flights in seven weeks. A guide and car with driver were waiting as each flight landed . We went immediately went to work from the moment we stepped off each plane. It was an exhausting, but exhilarating experience. less

 Introduction from a World Geography program on Southeast Asia

Introduction from a World Geography program on Southeast Asia

We are beginning to create a series for people interested in becoming better in…moreWe are beginning to create a series for people interested in becoming better informed about world regions. This introduction is an example of what we have in mind. less