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Caracas, Distrito Federal, Venezuela Travel Video

An Ecovoyage to Venezula

We like to do promotional videos for travel companies that focus
on helping preserve fragile environments through responsible tourism.
Ecovoyage is one such company. We feel lucky to have seen and digitally
filmed such a wealth of Venezuelan wild places and wild life.

filmmaker: Globe Scope

country: Venezuela

channel: eco travel

rating: PRO

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