Cannibal tour is the dramatic glance into a world that people never observe. Dennis O’Rourke focuses on tourism and anthropology, which offers us a genuine delineation of incongruity between the poor and rich in diverse parts of world. Cannibal tours demonstrate the reality of the world we reside in, where wealthy and dominating people take benefit of financially wounded natives.Cannibal tours follow a number of American and European eco-tourists as they voyage from village to village through Sepic River area in Papua New Guinea. After some exploration, the tourists in movie inadvertently divulge pervasive and unattractive ethnocentrism to cameras. The bare white face filled with dark lines appears from behind a camera, which decorates Americans and Europeans dancing on an extravagant cruise ship.
The adventure down under on the world’s extreme diverse island- Australia, is being founded by Estelle Bingham. She found herself travelling to this part of the world along with the eyes of three other presenters- Megan McCormick, Ian Wright and Justine Shapiro. They highlight each of their trips along with having their own amazing experience stuffed with the adventures.The journey starts with Sydney, which is the most populous city of Australia. After that, they take a tour towards the best beaches of Australia, including the largest sand bar in the world. For having some fun in the city beaches, they hang gliding over the breathtaking coastlines. By flying through long distances, they get around Australia for looking at the funny and funky forms.
Australia is known for its dangerous underwater species and reptiles. In a quest to discover them, Steve Irwin shot a documentary named Ocean’s Deadliest just before his death. This travel documentary was based on reveling the Ocean’s Deadliest animals all around Australia. By the time the shoot was completed, Steve Irwin was fatally struck on the chest by stingray’s tail which resulted into his untimely and unexpected death. Discovery Channel and Animal Planet aired the documentary in which Philippe Cousteau took the lead and completed the documentary.The documentary features the most obvious creatures like the world’s most dangerous reptile - the salt water crocodile and great white shark.