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Guatemala Travel Videos, DVD, Touring, Sightseeing, Vacation, Destination
Guatemala Travel Videos, DVD
$19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : ALTR1305
DVD. Alternate Routes. 30 Minutes. On beautiful Lake Atitlan in Guatemala's Western highlands, the remote La Iguana Perdida Hotel provides asafe haven and employment for a group of dedicated easy life technicians. Experience the rush of traveling the world for the first time with a crew of international back-packers, ages 16 - 22 on their quest for adventure, romance and the perfect moment.A variety of hosts from around the globe and the young people they hook up with on location are relentless in their pursuit of fun (and don't forget that culture, mate!)American girls explore Rome, Brits take on Thailand and things get wild when the Aussie's arrive in Copenhagen.Five continents, Unlimited Adventure.Take the alternate route, dude.
$24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : ABCD1306
DVD. ABCD. 53 Minutes. This film will take you to an exotic Central American country. Guatemala is sometimes called "The land of the eternal spring" in spite of the fact that you will find several quite different regions here over an area just a little bit larger than the Czech Republic. A land constrained between two oceans offers not only a beautiful and varied landscape and rich history but is also every bit as interesting. The region embodies an original combination of ancient traditions and customs with a modern lifestyle. Venture on an adventurous journey to get familiar with this peculiar country. You will visit the current as well as the original state capital Antigua and the picturesque landscape of the Guatemala mountains. You will come to know life on the banks of the lake Atitlan in the midst of volcanoes and will take part in the ancient ritual of honoring Maxim?n as well as witness shamans incantations in the town of the wizards, Chichicastenang. You'll be introduced to the lifestyle of the mountain people in the small village Todos Santos and set out on a journey after the sacred bird of all Guatemalans - Quetzal. You'll find out how Guatemalan coffee, as well as the famous cardamom, is being grown and how the black community, Garifuna, lives on the shores of the Caribbean Sea. You'll taste the mysterious atmosphere of the ancient Mayan city Quirigua and visit places connected with the legend about the Spanish conqueror Hernan Cortez. The last stop on this educational trip through Guatemala will be the largest spiritual center of the Old Mayan Empire - Tikal in the midst of the Petan Rainforest.
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Item Code : PASS1307
DVD. Passport to Adventure Locals call it one of the seven wonders of the world, surrounded by towering volcanoes, Lake Atitlan provides a stunning backdrop for sailing, horseback riding and paragliding. Mark and Julie gallop through cloud forests and coffee fields for a misty lunch on top of a volcano, and ride out a sudden storm on the lake in a catamaran. On a trip to the colorful tribal market in " Chichicastenango" Julie learns the significance of the handmade native costumes. This spectacular landscape has attracted an adventurous group of foreigners who make their home in " Panajachel". They'll show Mark &Julie their favorite spots and share their insight on the fascinating indigenous culture. Through this interesting group of `expats' you will experience the lifestyle and culture of central Guatemala.
$26.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : INTR1308
International Video Projects. 30 Minutes. Sailfish, Sailfish, and more SAILFISH! If you like bill fishing, you'll love Guatemala for it's quantity of fish and ease of access. You can't beat the cost per release anywhere in the world. Pat Ford has again come up with some exciting fishing footage in the newest hot spot in Central America. Guatemala is only 2 hours by plane from Miami. A short van ride gets you to Art Marina's private docks for a world class fishing experience.
$19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : PASS1309
DVD. Passport to Adventure The indigenous people of Guatemala have kept their culture alive despite centuries of war and oppression. Tracing the history of the descendants of the Maya takes Mark &Julie to Tikal, where the Mayan culture thrived over a millennium ago, then mysteriously disappeared. They explore the surrounding jungle by day and by night using flashlights and fireflies as guides, and ascend one of Tikal's majestic temples to witness sunrise over the mystical jungle landscape. In the " Altiplano", or high plains region, Mark &Julie descend an active volcano on mountain bikes with some local expats, and meet villagers and school children along the way. The time honored art of treadle loom weaving is demonstrated by a family who creates fabrics for world export. This episode presents a fresh and exciting look at the ancient Mayan culture.
DVD. Superb cinematography showcases stunning vistas in otherwise inaccessible areas of Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cuba, and Jamaica in the Central America/Caribbean volume of the Travel the World by Train series. This video also opens a window onto the diverse peoples and cultures one meets along the routes. The footage in Mexico is most impressive. Embarking from the beach colony of Los Mochis on the Gulf of California, the "Chihuahua al Pacifico" Railroad climbs the arid Western Sierra Madre Mountains. Viewers accompany thrill-seeking tourists on a wild and wooly ride, ascending 10,000-foot peaks and traversing truly treacherous-looking bridges. Vultures soar in the wind, as though waiting for a snack of fallen passengers. The train stops in a village where smiling mountain tribes-people sell handmade baskets. Next, it passes through breathtaking Copper Canyon--four times bigger than the Grand Canyon. The Mexico City-Yucatan Peninsula route stops at the towering ancient Mayan ruins of Chich?n Itza. This journey is indeed atmospheric: the sticky air clings to the skin; monkeys jump from tree to tree in the jungle outside. The trip from Guatemala City on the Pacific Ocean to Puerto Barrios on the Atlantic is a market route: antiquated trains on rickety tracks transport adventurous tourists amid Guatemalan families toting livestock. Little separates passengers from the elements: rain sprinkles into the train through glassless windows; the only source of illumination is the conductor's flashlight. Further intoxicating "South of the Border" adventures await viewers of the excursions through Costa Rica, Jamaica, and Cuba. 60 minutes