5 Movies about Nature You Need to Watch and Why

From breathtaking scenery to rare footages of the travails of wildlife living in harsh conditions, these films about nature will inspire a yearning to explore the great outdoors.

Encounters at the End of the World (2007)

German film-maker Werner Herzog directs this movie shares his personal adventures while in an expedition in Antarctica. It provides a fascinating and awe-inspiring glimpse of nature’s beauty in the coldest and windiest continent in the world.

Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

Koyaanisqatsi is an Indian word that means “life out of balance”. And this movie offers a thought-provoking insight on the impact of technology and modern civilization to the glorious beauty of nature and the natural environment.

Into The Wild (2007)

This movie tells the true story of Christopher McCandless who soon after graduating from university left everything behind including a potentially lucrative career to head out into the wild. Stunning nature scenery aside, this film will make you think about nature, your life, and the society you live in.

March of the Penguins (2005)

National Geographic takes you to a nature journey that offers an amazing glimpse into the life of penguins living in the most difficult conditions and environments. This movie will make you fall in love with the natural environment and develop a deep affection for penguins.

Wild (2014)

This movie is based on the memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed. It tells the story of how the writer, after dealing with divorce and the death of her mother went on a solo hike across thousands of miles along the Pacific Crest Trail. This is an inspiring story of adventure, resilience, survival, and healing.


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