Ever since Government has announced the Nationwide lockdown, surviving quarantine is not easy as we thought. However, let’s look at the bright side, it’s for our safety only, isn’t it? When Pandemic has hit us all hard, don’t give it a reason for you getting affected. Hang in there! we are all together in this, right? As of now, it’s best to stay at home and calm your wanderlust down for some time. Perhaps, travel movies can help you get through this. Movies give you inspiration and motivation to travel to new places you have never visited before. And, some are worth watching again and again.
So, try out your these amazing travel movies of all time
Into The Wild
A true story based on top student and athlete, Christopher McCandless. After graduating from Emory University, he gave his entire savings and hitchhikes to Alaska.
To live in the wilderness, his life is filled with adventures and experiences while making a way up to “Last Frontier”. Along the way, Christopher meets new characters that shape his life.
The Motorcycle Diaries
An awe-inspiring film based on the memories of Che Guevara. The movie will take you to beautiful places in South America.
Moreover, it will inspire you to learn about the incredible continent.
The Way is a beautiful and heart-warming story of a father who walked the Camino de Santiago trail in Spain to recover the body of his son who died.
The whole movie is an emotional blend featuring the mix of characters, all trekking the long trail for their own personal reasons.
Encounters At The End Of The World
An incredibly beautiful and funny movie about the people and animals who live in Antarctica. The movie describes the continent better than the discovery channel you may have seen.
Perhaps, you will feel like spending some days down there in Antarctica.
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
A Bollywood film based on the life of three lifelong friends(Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, and Abhay Deol) went on a road trip through Spain instead of celebrating Abhay Deol’s bachelorette in India.
The Endless Summer
A film by Bruce Brown shadowed buddies Robert August and Mike Hynson on a round-the-world surfing trip. The endless summer includes places like Hawaii, New Zealand, and South Africa as they crested waves and met like-minded surf obsessives.
Lost in Translation
This film is based on many little random experiences lived by two separate travelers Bob and Charlotte, visiting Tokyo at the same time. Lost in Translation is considered to be one of the best classic and travel films ever.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Featuring some of the most beautiful destinations, the movie has a light-hearted and adventurous story of Walter Mitty. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty will inspire you to travel more and to discover new places.
Watching these movies, you can make a world tour while sitting at home.