Daniel Landa was born in Palencia (Spain) on January 25, 1974.
In 1999 he undertook a terrestrial journey from his hometown in Spain to Southeast Asia, directing the documentary series Palencia-Singapore, El viaje de los tres océanos (“The journey of the three oceans.”)
Between 2006 and 2008 he commands a round the world on board an SUV. During that trip he served as director, scriptwriter and presenter of the documentary series Un Mundo Aparte (“A World Apart”), broadcast in more than 130 countries through National Geographic, Direct TV, Univisión and on TVE.
Between 2014 and 2015 he leads a one-year expedition to get closer to the indigenous peoples of the Pacific, on a trip from Japan to New Zealand. On that trip he travels through Southeast Asia, coexists with the tribes of Papua New Guinea or Borneo and crosses the South Seas. The series called Pacífico (“Pacífic) has been broadcast in more than 60 countries worldwide, including on the Portuguese RTP channel.
In 2019, he plans to cross Africa by car through the western part of a new project called Atlántico (“Atlantic”)
He currently co-directs the digital magazine Viajes al Pasado (www.viajesalpasado.com)
In addition, he is the director of the Doc & Road production company.