What is Day of the Dead? | National Geographic



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Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a celebration of life and death. While the holiday originated in Mexico, it is celebrated all over Latin America with colorful calaveras (skulls) and calacas (skeletons). Learn how the Day of the Dead started and the traditions that make it unique.
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National Parks: “America’s Best Idea” Our Summer Vacation



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In July 2015, my family took an epic vacation around the “Grand Circle” of National Parks around the Colorado Plateau. In all, we visited 12 National Parks and 2 Navajo Parks in 9 days. This is towards our goal of visiting 100 National Parks as a family by 2020.

In terms of the video itself, I used this trip to experiment on a number of things. A few things I learned: I have some really annoying sensor dust. I need to figure out a way to remove that spot. Also, the rolling shutter in some of my shots are pretty rough. Finally, on one of my hikes, there was a fog spot in the middle of my GoPro waterproof case rendering most of the video blurry and useless. Grr.

Pashan Garh Panna National Park – A Taj Safari Lodge – Panna – India



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Pashan Garh Panna National Park – A Taj Safari Lodge hotel city: Panna – Country: India

Address: Pashan Garh Amanganj Road, Panna; zip code: 488333

Pashangarh, Panna National Park is spread across 200 acres of private jungle with views of Vindhya Hills. The property offers guided bird walks. All suites have a private verandah and gazebo.

National Harbor Christmas Holiday Adventure! 12/23/2017



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Come along with Becky and me on an Christmas Holiday Adventure as we spend Saturday night before Christmas (12/23/2017) in National Harbor. Come along as we check out the area including the Peep candy store, outdoor illuminated Christmas Tree. We also end up venturing into the Gaylord National Resort and watch part of a concert called “Joy” then it’s followed by a large Holiday laser light show with tons of special effects that you definitely want to check out! We then check out a replica of Washington DC made out of gingerbread! National Harbor is located in Oxon Hill, MD. I hope everyone enjoy’s this Holiday adventure! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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Bandipur Forest Safari – A video tour of Bandipur National Park



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A short video of Forest Safari in Bandipur National Park and Tiger Reserve . Bandipur National Park established in 1974 as a Bandipur tiger reserve ,is located in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It was once a private hunting reserve for the Maharaja of the Kingdom of Mysore.

Bandipur National Park is about 80 kilometers from the city of Mysore on the route to a major tourist destination of Ooty. Distance between Bangalore to Bandipur National Park is 217 km. Travel Time by road is about 4 hrs.

Bandipur National Park is flanked by the Kabini river in the north and the Moyar river in the south. The Nugu river runs through the Bandipur forest. The highest point in the Bandipur forest is on a hill called Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta.

Bandipur Wildlife Safari Timings:
Morning 6.00 a.m to 8.00 a.m
Evening 3.00 p.m to 5.00 p.m for one hour Ride.

Bandipur Wildlife Safari Charges:
Indian Nationals – Rs. 300/- per person
Foreign Nationals Rs.1100/- per person

JLR Resort/Jungle Lodges and Resorts are the only Bandipur resorts who are authorised to conduct wildlife safaris inside Bandipur National Park

Recently tiger attacked a villager near Bandipur. Elephant Attack is also very common in Bandipur

Exotic Sri Lanka – Absolutely Everything in a Small Space – National Geographic



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National Geographic channel ranks Sri Lanka as the 2nd best island destination on earth for the tourists. Saying that it has Beaches, Wildlife, Historical Places, World Heritage Sites, Primary Forests, Waterfalls, Rivers for Rafting and ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING WITH IN A SMALL SPACE.

Not only Marco Polo, the First Traveler said that this Jade of the Indian Ocean is his most loved island in the world, but The New York Times also ranked SRI LANKA as the BEST TOURIST DESTINATION to visit.

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Elephant & Tiger Safari in India – Backpacking India Jim Corbett National Park



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Our second stop whilst backpacking India. We took the 8 hour drive from Delhi up north to Jim Corbett National Park, stayed in Pawalargh Resort for 2 night and did the amazing Jeep Safari in the park. 10/10 experience, travel & accommodation was only about £30 per person per day and the Safari was £55 each. Next stop is Agra.

Kruger National Park South Africa Animals | Sajad Kamil



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Kruger Park is South Africa’s most exciting African safari destination. Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife.

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Jim Corbett National Park Wildlife Safari Sitabani Forest Reserve



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Looking for wildlife safari experience then Jim Corbett National Park Wildlife Safari and Sitabani Forest Reserve is a must visit place for all. Sitabani Forest Reserve nestled in the Corbett National Park is located about 18 km from Ramnagar barrage gate in Amgarhi. For detailed info visit the official site ” Here you can find more then 55 different rare species you definitely want to see.

Safari Live – Day 253 | National Geographic



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Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE!
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Solo backpacking in Kings Canyon National Park | On the Road Episode 19



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In this episode of On the Road, I spend two nights backpacking up in the high country of Kings Canyon National Park and photographing the beautiful alpine landscapes.

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Back on Thursday, I drove up from LA to Bishop, California for the next stop along my year-long road trip. After picking up my permit at the Eastern Sierra visitor center, I drove to the trailhead at South Lake in the Inyo National Forest, where I ate a quick dinner and went to bed pretty early. I woke up the next morning and set out along the trail, making my way up and over Bishop Pass, crossing the border into Kings Canyon National Park, and dropping down into upper Dusy Basin, where I set up camp for the night. I spent the evening photographing the sunset, and although it took awhile to get going, the colors of the clouds really came through and made for an incredible looking sky. Soon after it got dark, I went to bed, very ready to get a good sleep after a long day of hiking.
The next day was pretty leisurely – I slept in, took my time moving to the next campsite, and then spent the evening wandering around the basin, shooting some more landscape photos as the sun began to set.
On the final morning of the trip, I woke up very early (around 4:45am), planning on heading back up to the top of Bishop Pass to shoot some photos during blue hour. I ate a quick breakfast, packed the backpack, broke down the tent, and began to make my way out of the basin. Along the way I saw two deer, which is always a bit scary at first, as you only see a pair of eyes staring right at you, but then you quickly realize they’re more scared of you than you are of them. Just as it started to get a bit light out, I made it to the top of the pass, and set up for a couple more photos to finish off the trip – one of myself overlooking the Bishop Lakes, using a very wide angle lens, and the other of just the Bishop Lakes themselves. I then hiked back down to the car, enjoying a beautiful sunrise along the way.

Up next: More hiking in the Eastern Sierra!

Current location as of this upload: Bishop, California

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The Pig From Hell – HD National Geographic Dinosaur Documentaries



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The Pig From Hell – HD National Geographic Dinosaur Documentaries
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Along with Daeodon from North America,‭ ‬Entelodon (aka The Pig From Hell or “Killer Pig” is one of the biggest currently known entelodonts,‭ ‬Eocene mammals that lived after the dinosaurs and that are interpreted as pig-like although their exact relationship to pigs is still highly controversed.‭ The Pig From Hell had the capability to switch and adapt to different food categories.‭ ‬Additionally the large size of Entelodon not only meant that fully grown adults were unlikely to be attacked by dangerous animals such as Hyaenodon,‭ ‬but Entelodon may have also been in a position to physically drive these predators away from their kills and feed upon the carcasses of animals themselves. It was the most dangerous animal after the dinosaur extinction.

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Monster Snook Fishing Florida Everglades National Park



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Mosquito Coast – Capt Blair Wiggins is fishing for monster snook Florida Everglades National Park with Capt Brian Sanders.

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Backpacking the High Divide Trail in Olympic National Park with REI Adventures



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This fall, I offered the 4th Bearfoot Theory group adventure where a group of Bearfoot Theory readers and I ventured into Washington’s Olympic National Park for a 3 day backpacking trip. Led by two REI Adventures guides, we hiked through the rainforest, past Sol Duc Falls, and up onto the High Divide with crystal clear views of Mount Olympus and the Hoh Rainforest Valley. Watch this new travel vlog to see everything you get to experience on this iconic Pacific Northwest trail.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Backpacking (TN)- October 2018



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After what I thought was my season-ending trip to Glacier National Park in September, I decided to add a ‘bonus’ trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park to finish out the 2018 backpacking season.

I did this trip with Tyler, who I met here on YouTube. Tyler arranged the much-appreciated ride up to Kintla Lake during my September 2018 Glacier trip. He was also originally going to hike in Glacier with me, but ended up cancelling due to the fires there – so as an alternative we made plans to do this October hike to GSMNP.

Tyler has his own YouTube channel (Hikergy 16) and he also published a video of our hike together. Check it out! Tyler’s YouTube channel is at:

This trip was in the western part of GSMNP, and the intent was to experience the many streams, creeks, and waterfalls in that area of the Park, as well as immerse ourselves in the unique ‘primordial’ forests you find in the backcountry of the Smokies.

Our hike started on the Middle Prong Trail, then onto the Lynn Camp Prong Trail to campsite 28 for our first night. On the 2nd day we unfortunately started ‘off-trail’ for a couple hours before finding our way back onto the Lynn Camp Prong Trail. We then connected with the Miry Ridge Trail which we followed to Jakes Creek Trail, then to the Meigs Mountain Trail which took us to camp #20 for our second night. On the 3rd day we continued on the Meigs Mountain Trail to the Meigs Creek Trail, and, after 18 stream crossings, arrived at ‘The Sinks’… and the car.

For those who have watched my other videos this one is done in the same style – a little under an hour in length, intended to bring the audience along for the ‘ride’, and with a still picture slide show with music at the end. If you just have a few minutes skip to the end and enjoy the pictures.

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Still Camera: Nikon D810 with Nikkor 20mm f1.8 lens
Video Cameras: Canon Vixia G40 with Rode Stereo Videomic Pro
Video Editing Software: Vegas Pro 15
HDR Software: Aurora HDR 2018
Video Stabilization Software: Mercalli SAL v4

Pack: ZPacks Arc Blast 52l
Shelter: ZPacks Hexamid Solo Plus

Slide show music – Acoustic Guitar 1 by Jason Shaw, AudioNautix. www.audionautix.com