5 Videos which will make you want to Travel

on April 1, 2014

There are a ton of amazing travel videos out there which make you want to quit your job and travel the world…here are 5 of the best

1. Casey Neistat’s – Make it Count

Shot in 10 days – Casey Neistat and his buddy max travel around the world and bring meaning to the words “Make it count”.

2. The Longest Way by Christoph Rehage

Can you imagine walking across China? This dude did it and filmed his beards growth along the way.

3. Speeding Around The World in Under 5 minutes Time Lapse by Kien Lam

A cinematographic master-piece – 17 countries. 343 Days. 6237 Photographs.

4. MOVE by STA Travel Australia

Look out for when he claps, it’s the best part!

5. Where the Hell is Matt? 2008 by Matt Harding

Everyone wants to be this guy. If you haven’t already you must watch this video

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About Liam Kelly

Liam is TravelBud’s co-founder and is the visionary driving force behind our team. He’s from Cape Town, South Africa but finds himself exploring the world and living in a variety of places, most recently Hua Hin, Thailand.
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