5 videos to get your Zen on at home

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5 videos to get your Zen on at home

There's nothing quite like nature to get your Zen on, but what happens if the weather isn't quite right and you can't make it outdoors? We at ZenSeekers believe you should flip on the TV (from time to time) and indulge in some incredibly breathtaking films that will leave you inspired to take your next adventure.

The outdoors has played a starring role in many iconic films. Here is our look at a few of our favourites.

1) One Strange Rock

What's better than the extraordinary story of Earth and why it is so special to indulge in on a rainy day? Enjoy this flick that is nararated by Will Smith as he tells the story of Earth through unique perspectives.

2) Exploring Port Alberni By Air

Want to feel inspired to hike to stunning views or soar above the Alberni Valley in a non-motorized glider when you #ExplorePortAlberni? Check out this short video and plan your trip.

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3) The Wild Canadian Year

From the creators of the acclaimed series "WILD CANADA", comes a new five-part legacy series, which will view Canada’s extraordinary wildlife through the lens of its four distinct seasons. You'll be inspired in no time to tackle everything that is Canada.

4) Splash down in the East Kootenays

Cranbrook is the perfect spot splash around while you're #RockiesExploring. Don't believe us? Just watch this short 55 second clip and see why Cranbrook is the place to be.

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5) Kelowna Freestyle

Ever toured Kelowna by bike? Get inspired to take the trip. There are pedal-halting stops to drink in the views along the way. Try Hart Road where the vista spans from Harvest Golf Club, orchards and farms to the city, Okanagan Lake and mountains. Or head up to Tower Ranch Golf Course for an epic view of the city from the side of the valley.

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When You Go

Go on your own expedition and unearth incredible findings. Discover our #ExplorePortAlberni #OkanaganExploring #TakeItToTheLake and #RockiesExploring expeditions.

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