Youtube is chock full of channels featuring travel videos. I wade through the digital detritus to bring a small sampling for your viewing pleasure.

GoGalavanting The gals at GoGalavanting offer up well edited travel videos and tips for savvy backpackers.

Overlander Mark Shea, aka The Overlander, does all filming and editing for this solid travel video series. And it plays in HD, always a bonus!

LonelyPlanet The official site of Lonely Planet produces and features a variety of high quality travel videos. With 124 videos and counting LP offers up hours of YouTube goodness.

Travelvideo Travel Video PostCard showcases short “postcards” from around the world. Each video is around one minute long and with 222 videos available, they are perfect for quick travel video snacking.

Travelfilmarchive Travel back in Time with The Travel Film Archive, a collection of travelogues and educational and industrial films that portray the world between 1900 and 1970.

Irishpolyglot Matador’s own Benny Lewis serves up videos from his world travels. From Benny’s channel: “I’ve been traveling the world for 6 years trying to learn about its languages and cultures and I’d like to share some of my experiences…”

Tripfilms Tripfilms is a great channel that showcases travel videos uploaded by their community of travel filmmakers.

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Feature Photo Courtesy of Mark Shea

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