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Top 10 Travel Movies To Get You Going

Good movies are not only entertaining they also bring out the fire in you and persuade you to follow your dreams. The wanderlust does get awakened when one sees a scenic backdrop in a movie, a snow-capped mountain or a pristine white beach or wild jungles! Here is a list of movies which will get travel back to your priority by bringing that passion back

Into the Wild

This American biographical drama survival film can fill your heart with adventure and you may want to explore those wild and scenic routes of Alaska. Based on the true story of Christopher McCandless, most part of this movie was shot in Alaska and you might just feel an urge to be the next Christopher! Get ready to go into the wild!


The Motorcycle Diaries

This movie is a thrilling biopic about journey of a 23-year-old Ernesto Guevara with his friend Alberto Granado. The film recounts the 1952 expedition across South America. Reminds you of your trips with your friend? It is time to plan another one!


Julie & Julia

This movie will make you believe that Paris is the most captivating place on earth. You will crave French cuisine and a fine glass of wine while you watch this movie. Meryl Streep can never go wrong and Amy Adams is a treat too.

Source: https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/julie-and-julia-2009

A Map For Saturday

When you’re on a trip round the world, every single day feels like Saturday, doesn’t it? The protagonist Brook Silva Braga films the entire trip and it is nonetheless the best!. Those of who have been curious about a world trip ever, you owe this movie to yourself. It literally captures everything and is definitely going to stir a lot of emotions in you.

Source: kickass trips

The Beach

Based on a novel of the same name, The Beach is about a twenty four year old American man who arrives in Thailand with adventure on his mind where he finds a strange map that leads to a solitary beach paradise. What drives Richard is the desire to find something real and to connect with something or someone.


The Darjeeling Limited

A comedy-drama film directed by Wes Anderson, The Darjeeling Limited is about three brothers who journey across India after their father’s funeral in an attempt to bond with each other.



Wild, a 2014 American biographical film is a chronicle of one woman’s 1,100-mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent personal tragedy. Not only the film but even the actors won several awards for their commendable performance.  This movie is certainly an inspiration for all women travelers.


One Week

A 2008 Canadian drama film directed by Michael McGowan and starring Joshua Jackson, Liane Balaban, and Campbell Scott, One Week chronicles the motorcycle trip of Ben Tyler as he rides from Toronto to Tofino, British Columbia. It is a story of a man who is idiosyncratic about finding a meaning of life. A motorcycle trip enroute in search of the meaning of life is surely an amazing contrast of thrill and peace. A must watch!

One week

The Bucket List

An American comedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner, The Bucket List is a story of two incurably ill men diagnosed with lung cancer who escape from a hospital and head off on a road trip before they die. The Bucket List takes you around the world in just an hour and a half as the two men travel to a number of places with a wish list of dos and don’ts.

the bucket list

Lost in Translation

Written by Sofia Coppola, Lost In Translation is a movie that puts you right in the middle of modern day Japan. The man feels lost in Tokyo as he knows nothing about its ways. The movie gives a feeling of being in a strange world where one understands nothing and yet feels okay!

lost in translation

So, which movie are you planning to watch next and which places are on your wish list? Share your wanderlust with us in the comment box below. After all we are all connected through travel!

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