The Amazon Rainforest is an immense area, covering 5.5 million square km (2.1 million square mi) of territory in South America. Roughly 60% of the rainforest is situated in Brazil, with the balance spread around eight other countries. In this stunning drone video, contributor Cristian Dimitrius give us an aerial tour of portions of this irreplaceable natural resource in Brazil and French Guyana. The Amazon River is the world's largest source of freshwater apart from the Arctic icecaps.
The mighty Amazon River is not exclusive to Brazil, and it actually originates in several countries of South America. Contributor and drone pilot JTurner takes us on an aerial tour of the Amazon Basin in the northern part of Bolivia. Using his DJI Mavic Pro drone he gives us a bird's eye view of the area around Madidi National Park. Covering parts of both the Andes region and (what you will see here) the Amazon Basin, the park is one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet.
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Many of the most beautiful areas of Honduras are in the north of the Central American country. Contributor LP-Drone Videos used a DJI Mavic Pro Platinum drone to create this amazing aerial video of two towns in the jungles of northern Honduras. The aerial views of Tela, which sits on the Caribbean coast in the Atlántida Department, and San Pedro Sula, which lies 75 km or so to the interior in the Cortés Department, are both quite spectacular.
Much of Malaysia's land area of 330k square km (about 127k square mi.) is tropical rainforest. The interior of both peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo is covered by dense jungle, covering hundreds of thousands of square km. In this video, contributor Kakikujalanjalan flew his drone over the area around Bukit Gambang in peninsular Malaysia to create this epic view of the dense rainforest in this equatorial wonderland in the heart of Southeast Asia.
Contributor Wyldandalive travels throughout Latin America making videos of the places visited using drone and camera footage. In this video, they take us on an "experience of a lifetime" as they travel through the vibrant jungles of Colombia over a three week period. Through their drone lens and ground camera footage, we get to ride along and see the best of nature and humanity in this amazing South American land, which sits in both the Andes and Amazon Basin regions of South America.
While Mauritius is perhaps best known for its beaches, the interior of the country consists of spectacular rainforests. This drone video by Ultricfan will show you the lesser known parts of this Indian Ocean island paradise. Without ignoring the spectacular beaches, most of the aerial footage is of the lush green rainforest that covers most of the island away from its coasts. Prepare to be amazed by the rich greenery of this island paradise, which is located about 2k km (1.2k mi.) from mainland Africa.
Costa Rica's numerous volcanoes and extensive rainforests combined to create a third natural phenomenon - waterfalls. The western half of this Central American country, inland from the Pacific coast, is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Impressively, top contributor Msmember was able to visit eight of these marvels in a 24 hour period, drone in hand. As you'll see from his video, the bird's eye views are spectacular.
Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean has something for everyone, including surfers, volcano hikers, and, less well well known, rainforest seekers. Away from the active volcanoes, much of the island consists of lush dense rainforest landscape, one of the most pristine such environments in the world. Top contributor Christian Cuvelier used a drone to shoot this memorable aerial video of a group exploring this marvelous island's eastern, rainforest-covered reaches on horseback.
Top contributor AerialRhianna created this epic drone video of Bukit Lawang, a village in the heart of the jungle of North Sumatra in Indonesia. The village sits on the Bahorok River, which flows eastward through the province before discharging into the Malacca Strait. Bukit Lawang is home to the the largest animal sanctuary of Sumatran orangutan, and also the main eastern access point to the Gunung Leuser National Park.