Videos tagged with "trek"

Megan McCormick talks to us about her highs and lows of being a Globe Trekker Presenter [03:16]
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Singalila National Park - Trekking with Nabin Sharma of Darjeeling [02:09]
We had 5 days and 4 nights trekking in Nepal and West Bengal with wonderful views of the Himalayas. To see Everest and Kanchenjunga at sunrise from where we ...

Globe Trekker - Bangladesh with Holly Morris [52:29]
In Globe trekker Bangladesh we follow host Holly Morris on an adventure through one of the poorest and most populated countries on the planet. It's a tough but rewarding journey and contrary to expectations Holly discovers a country overflowing with life, culture and incredible hospitality. Her trip starts in Dhaka, the capitol of Bangladesh and the 7th largest city in the world. After a hectic few days dodging rickshaw and tasting the favorite local dish Byrani, she boards the Rocket Paddle Steamer, a relic from the days of the British Raj, and embarks on a 24 hour journey down river to one of the largest mangrove forests in the world, the Sunderban National Park. Risking an encounter with the man eating Bengal Tigers that live in the park Holly joins a group of local villagers on a trek deep into the forest to find honey. The search is a success, despite having to brave a swarm of giant killer bees, and after tasting the golden nectar she departs northward to one of the poorest regions of the country. Journeying mostly by river Holly discovers that Bangladesh consists largely of flood prone low lying flat lands and river deltas. During the wet season large portions of the country are submerged and the northern regions of the country are often the hardest hit. Holly explores some of the ingenious methods the locals have developed to cope with the challenges they face and visits a local "floating" school where she ends up giving the children there a lesson in American ...

Baikka Bill - Episode 8 From Bangladesh with love [22:06]
The last day of his entire trip starts early morning when Abrar goes to the lawachora forest with his guide to look for gibbons. The main theme of this episode is the lawachora forest and trekking through it. Different animals, birds, insects will be shown and A will learn how to avoid leeches, track gibbons and see the all the different species of spiders there. While trekking A's guide starts talking about the chloroform tree and that is when A will start talking about how his journey to discover Bangladesh started and what happened eventually. At last, Abrar gets the final riddle and he finds out that his crazy journey was all about learning how to love Bangladesh. His infatuation for the girl finally turns out to fall in love with the journey. A journey that will never be forgotten- at Baikka beel Abrar finally finds the meaning of true love for the country.

Rangamati Episode 3, From Bangladesh With Love [22:13]
Abrar arrives at Rangamati and goes to Kaptai Lake. A beautiful man made lake surrounded by hills. The clue says something about a hidden kingdom underwater because of man and the flavor of Rangamti on top of a hill closeby. A finds out that the chakma palace went under water after they made the Kaptai Dam and that the flavor of Rangamati is actually in a restaurant on top of a hill called Peda Ting Ting serving authentic tribal food. After eating at Peda Ting Ting, A is worried about how he gets the next clue but decides to keep exploring and goes to the local market there. The people living there sell fruits and most of the water-melons and bananas go to the cities from there. While eating a watermelon and chatting with some of the people at the market, he gets a phonecall from the girl. The girl asks about lunch and says that he will find the answer to the next clue when he cooks a traditional dinner at a trekker's restaurant called the roof. Meanwhile he decides to check out the rest of Rangamati and goes to Raajban Bihar, an internationally recognized Buddhist monastery. Every day about three hundred devotees visit the Bana Bihar to worship the venerable spiritualist Bana Bhante, who is the chief monk of the Temple. He is fascinated by the simple lives the monks lead and learns more about their way of life and beliefs by talking to them. From the monastery, he goes back to the hotel, changes and gets ready to cook a traditional dinner at the Roof. After serving ...

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