Globe Trekker Series 16

  • 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. Buenos Aires City Guide

Sexy, passionate, and sophisticated, Buenos Aires is an alluring city for travelers like Judith Jones. See a whirlwind tour of all its best spots.

2. Colonial Australia

Zay Harding meets the Aboriginal people of the Grampian Mountains, pans for gold, and runs Australia’s most famous footrace - the Stawell Gift.

3. Great Australian Hikes

Zay Harding treks along 5 of Australia’s greatest hikes, showcasing incredible landscapes, wildlife, and pioneering history.

4. Myanmar

Megan McCormick dives into the newly opened-for-business tourist trade in Myanmar, and discovers a destination full of nature, history, and hospitality.

5. World War One: The Western Front

Zay Harding visits key WWI locations on the Western Front in France and Belgium. Memorials, graves and unearthed relics are all part of the Great War’s legacy.

6. Good and Bad Food Guide 3

Travelers go around the world in search of the the strange and exotic foods and drinks that distinguish the culinary cultures of the planet.

7. North East England

Judith Jones sees the charming sights that set Northern England apart. Historic Cambridge University, the World Curry Festival, and counting puffin eggs are all part of the experience.

8. Switzerland

Brianna Barnes uncovers some of Switzerland’s more unexpected sights, including high-tech CERN, the Einstein Museum, and secret military fortresses.

9. Building England: Part 1

A history of the English building from the early Christian settlements to baroque mansions. See how a Romanesque church became a cathedral, and how a castle became the Englishman’s home.

10. Delhi & Rajasthan

A backpackers dream destination, Holly Morris sees Northern India’s historic royal palaces, sprawling metropolises, and vibrant festivals.

11. Central Japan

Megan McCormick explores the historic and spectacular heartland of Japan, with stops in Kyoto and Osaka, and visits to Buddhist temples, Samurai battlegrounds, and a Cat Café.

12. Mumbai City Guide

Zay Harding explores one of India’s most diverse and exciting cities from Bollywood glamour to buzzing fish markets, it’s a non-stop city.

13. Pacific Northwest USA

Sami Sabiti sets off through Washington and Oregon to see lumberjack games, eco-friendly initiatives in Portland, and even a stormy hike up a snow-capped peak.