Globe Trekker Series 11

  • Travel, Adventure, Educational
  • 13 Episodes

For over 20 years, GlobeTrekker has transported viewers to remarkable destinations via stunning cinematography and the unique insights of beloved hosts, including Emmy Award-nominee Padma Lakshmi, Food Network’s Tyler Florence, Academy Award-nominee Bradley Cooper, acclaimed British comedian and traveller Ian Wright, and more. Follow along as we explore off-the- beaten-path locations brimming with intoxicating culture, unique cuisine, and extraordinary landscapes.


1. Southern England & Wales

Ian Wright is on familiar ground in England and Wales. Historic Canterbury, wild Glastonbury, and the picturesque Ffestiniog Railway are all part of the experience.

2. Midwest USA

While often overlooked as a destination, Justine Shapiro finds that the Midwest is home to impressive skyscrapers, fascinating historic sites, vibrant hip hop music, and beautiful countryside.

3. Venice City Guide

It’s one of Italy’s most iconic cities, a town with stunning canals, churches, and alleyways at every turn. See the ultimate traveler’s guide to Venice.

4. South East USA

The most devastating war in the country’s history still has problematic ripples today. Megan McCormick is diving into the historic sites of the Civil War.

5. The American Civil War

Megan McCormick takes on incredible outdoor excursions, state fair fast food, and relaxing beaches in South East USA.

6. Malaysia

Ian Wright explores the contrasts of Malaysia meeting ancient tribes, visiting eye-catching temples, getting lost in manic street markets, and tasting superb cuisine.

7. Indian Ocean Islands

Ian Wright samples a slow-paced life on the Indian Ocean Islands, off the east coast of Africa, an indisputable paradise with superb resorts, sun-kissed beaches and sparkling turquoise seas.

8. New Zealand 2

New Zealand’s range of jaw-dropping diverse landscapes is unparalleled. Ian Wright and Zay Harding meet the Maori, taste some unusual foods, and trek on impressive glaciers.

9. Chinatown

From Hong Kong to Peru, every major city has a Chinatown. This special dives into the migratory spread of Chinese culture, food, and heritage around the globe.

10. Beirut City Guide

Filmed in June 2006 - 2 weeks before an outbreak of conflict, Megan McCormick explores Beirut, a city with a long history of social unrest, but an atmosphere of optimism.

11. Ultimate UK

From Southern England to Northern Scotland and everything in between, see the best travel destinations for UK heritage, history, nature, festivals, and culinary traditions.

12. Great Festivals 3

Walking the streets among the world’s greatest parties is a priceless part of seeing the world. In this special we look back at some of the best we’ve come across.

13. The Good and The Bad Food Guide 2

The sake bars of Tokyo, the rainforests of Cameroon, the conch-catching isles of the Caribbean, the most diverse dishes on the planet require daring character and a strong stomach.

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