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Lima, PERU – A boutique Latin America travel agency, Peru For Less, has presented an award winning travel video featuring some of the continent’s most impressive landscapes and experiences from an epic adventure across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay and southern Brazil.
The movie, Experience Imagination: In South America, condenses some of the continent’s most thrilling travel experiences into a film of just less than 6 minutes. It was shot by renowned travel videographers Clemens Krüger, Vincent Urban, Stefan Templer and edited by Vincent Urban to music by Ólafur Arnalds.
The video was sponsored and promoted by Peru For Less to evoke a sense of the emotion and wonder experienced by the continent’s many visitors.
Peru For Less founder and director, Bernard Schelein, said: “The movie stirs so many emotions in me every time I watch it. It embodies the experience we want everyone to have when visiting Latin America. Experience Imagination is not a conventional, crowd-pleasing video that most travel agencies would associate with. It’s a groundbreaking, truthful short-film that illustrates the diverse magical allure of South America that we hope our clients and fellow travelers experience.
“It is free spirited art. To share their joy and passion is almost a travel experience in itself.”
Describing the journey, Vincent Urban said: “The glaciers and Iguazu Falls were mind-blowing. But, for me, it was the little things, like fighting nature’s nagging games, which were the most memorable. I think the experiences and lessons you gain from traveling are highly unique and cannot be replicated through a school education, books or television.
“Seeing nature in all its beauty, as is the case for South America, really makes you care about our little planet. It’s not only the places and people you meet that spark your intellectual curiosity – it’s also about enjoying the present moment.”
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