Every once in a while an amazing video is brought to life. Powerful enough to take us to amazing destinations in a heartbeat; they also give us a free ticket to inspiration and dreaming of new adventures.
Thinking about South America is feeding our wanderlust lately.
3 guys, a Land Rover and vast South America countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and Chile to explore and get the most out of. Hours and hours of raw footage turned into nearly 6 minutes of never ending landscapes, warm sunsets and local scenery that can be seen in the following film:[embedplusvideo height=”281″ width=”450″ editlink=”http://bit.ly/13jeDna” standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/gqgG_vDZLfc?fs=1&hd=1″ vars=”ytid=gqgG_vDZLfc&width=450&height=281&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&react=0&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep8592″ /]
Apart from world-known landmarks; Peru has a lot more to offer. Over 200 people have talked about their experiences while in South America with Peru for Less.
The recordings were all made in the city of Cusco, the old capital of the Inca Empire and the gateway to Machu Picchu. Most interviews were conducted after the guests had returned to the city following their tours to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley, which is usually the highlight for any visit to the country and entire continent. Each interview is only around 30 seconds long and is based on the simple question: “What would you say if a friend asked you about this trip?”
Three short videos have been produced so far, of which this is the first:
This seems like a fun way for an online travel company to connect with their travelers during their trip. These days with most travel experiences booked online through massive online travel agencies, it’s not often that travelers get to enjoy direct personal contact with the people that arranged their trip. For us, it is pretty nice to see there are still smaller, independent agencies and tour operators with real people behind the scenes. People working with the passion and expertise to make incredible travel experiences a reality.
Have you ever dreamed of travelling to South America?