Green Paradise: The Americas (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)
Explore the Earth and the most beautiful natural paradises in the world. These stunning locales are preserved thanks to the dedication of local populations. In each program, meet the inhabitants of these lands who have developed small businesses to welcome visitors in their environment, and helped create a new form of travel: sustainable tourism. These travelers respect local cultures and are eager to experience these natural wonders. Shot in stunning high definition, Green Paradise tells the stories of these magical places, the inhabitants who cherish the land, and those visitors who come to experience its splendors. Discover the world through these destinations, and all its natural beauty and wildlife diversity.
Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago of twenty-one islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. The life above and below sea is the main attraction of the Island, where we can observe sea tortoises, dolphins, albatrosses and many other species. Fabled as an eco-wonderland, the Island is known to have the most beautiful deserted beaches in the world.
At 680 miles from the U.S. border, the Baja California peninsula is a succession of beaches and creeks in Pacific Ocean. The lagoon is a breeding sanctuary for grey whales: Each year, millions of whales come to reproduce in the preserved waters of the peninsula.
This nation is a veritable paradise for countless animal and plant species, showcasing a diversity of landscapes. Discover the Atlantic Coast with its gentle slopes and calm beaches, the steeper Pacific coast, and the dry and the wet tropical forests.
Discover Chilean Patagonia, an exceptional landscape of mountains, glaciers, rivers and forests. In the middle of an extraordinary mountain range, two granite towers overlook the Patagonian plain and raging waters flow into the deep blue lakes layered with foam. Amidst this Eden, meet the guardians and modern explorers of these well-preserved lands.
As the first lands of the New World to be discovered, the Bahamas have always attracted sailors and adventurers. This Caribbean archipelago, with 700 coral islands and islets, was a haven of peace for sailors after the trials of crossing the North Atlantic. Fed by the warm currents of the Gulf Stream, their shallow waters offer today's travellers a crystal-clear sea teeming with life.