Last updated: 08:00 PM ET, Fri May 29 2015

Filmmaker Invites World to Get 'Lost in New Zealand'

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 29, 2015

Filmmaker Invites World to Get 'Lost in New Zealand'

Image via Vimeo                            

Oh we truly love when cinematically inclined people travel.

While we appreciate just about anybody stepping out of their respective doors and into the wonderful world of unexpected adventure, we can usually expect something like the following video when the traveler is an avid videophile.

Thanks to an Awesomer discovery, we all get a small taste of what New Zealand has to offer in the form of versatile locations and extreme beauty.

From verdant woods to crisp waters, enjoy a snapshot of a rich and inviting destination:

Lost in New Zealand from BenSteensels on Vimeo.

We are treated to a rush of images that serve as a flood of memories for a trip we never took.

In just a few short moments we are instantly transported to some far away land of mystery and beauty, enticing us to take a similar trip.

The video, entitled “Lost in New Zealand,” was uploaded to Vimeo by director Ben Steensels.

Steensels explains the work on the site: “In early 2015 together with friends (Rob Antill & Arno Stols) I made a manic trip to New Zealand. We covered the whole south island in about 6 days. This was a trip of a lifetime, from heli rides to epic camping spots. What a ride.”

Manic is as good a word as any to describe a trip that included so many different locations and experiences. And the traveler certainly captures that in a frantic-paced video that leaves viewers wanting more.

While we may not get a sequel from Steensels, you can create your own journey with passport and plane ticket in hand.

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