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One thing I’ve always wanted to do but never had a chance to is a video project, something to document my travels but done in a compelling, cohesive, and creative fashion. The reason is simple: we are in the age of video content. It’s one of the most effective ways to widen reach, engage people, and make an impact.

Other travelers have done it successfully. Some showcased their mastery of capturing the sheer beauty of the places they set foot on through their cameras. Some pushed themselves to their limits like traveling across a vast country on foot! Others were able to charm their way into convincing the people they meet along the way to get involved in their stunt.

I initially planned to provide brief descriptions for every video, but while I was writing them, I realized introductions are quite unnecessary. These videos speak for themselves.

Here are eight of those videos that continue to astonish me with every watch, and I hope they inspire you, too.

1. Where the Hell is Matt?

By Matt Harding

2. The Longest Way: Walk Through China

By Christoph Rehage

3. 3-Year Epic Selfie

By Alex Chacon

4. Move, Eat, Learn

By STA Travel Australia

5. Hitchhiking Stop Motion

By Benjamin Jenks

6. High Five the World

By Craig Lewis

7. Time is Nothing: Around the World Time Lapse

By Kien Lam

Time is Nothing // Around The World Time Lapse from Kien Lam on Vimeo.

8. Global Dance Party

By Matthew Kurtas

Which one is your favorite?

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