The Real Watermen...People....The Sama-Bajau!

A segment we filmed for Earth Diary about the Badjao fishermen from Bohol, Philippines. The BADJAO tribe are nomadic SEA GYPSIES. They can be found in SE Asia, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, with numbers around 100,000. Traditionally, the Bajau, even today, live mostly on the sea.
The Bajau Laut (or Sama Dilaut) are underwater hunter-gatherers. The movie was recorded in Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia during my recent field trips. Bajau Laut are one of the most wide-spread indigenous peoples of Southeast Asia and have been living on the sea for more than 1 000 years.
The film is made in togean district tojo una una district of central sulawesi. this film tells about the life of legendary hunter bajau tribes. Film ini dibuat di daerah togean kabupaten tojo una una sulawesi tengah. film ini menceritakan tentang kehidupan pemburu legendaris suku bajo.
Semporna is a small town at Sabah, East Malaysia. Most people know this place as one of the world's best diving and snorkling spots. But what most miss about this place is that, it is also home to an ethnic group of people known as the Bajau, an indigenous ethnic group of Maritime Southeast Asia.

No people on the planet are as integrated with the water than the Sama-Bajau, not even the Polynesians.

Why We Paddle.

Ocean Kayaking at its best on a Epic Kayaks V14 Surfski at Cape Recife. The broad peninsula juts out into the Indian Ocean refracting swells to create the perfect surfski wave. On the right day paddlers can ride swells and waves for over a mile. The potential for foil riding is incredible, famous Hawaiian water-man Kai Lenny could easily ride a wave for 2 miles at The Point.

I'm Back. Let's Look For Surf.

“It takes a special sort of mindset to truly discover something” - Captain Martin Daly. Martin Daly was born in Australia but has spent his life searching for some of the best undiscovered surf spots in the most remote parts of the world. He now runs a world renown surf charter business in Indonesia, the Indies Trader fleet. He takes us back to one of his earliest discoveries, the breaks off the coast of the Mentawais, and brings Felicity Palmateer, Mikala Jones, Marlon Gerber, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Anthony Walsh, and Kai Lenny along for the ride. Special thanks to: The Indies Trader for the adventure Peter Morrison and Martin Daly for archival footage. The National Museum of World Cultures for archival photos. Shot 100% on GoPro – Mounts used in this video – Comment below on your favorite part! Music Niteppl "Starworld" Radiation City "Foreign Bodies" "Foreign Bodies Remix" Ian Taggart "Yield" "Melt" Lorn "SV Cheats 0" For more from GoPro, follow us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr: Pinterest: Inside Line: GoPro: