Globe Trekker Series 4

  • 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. Northern Thailand & Laos

Ian Wright’s journey begins in the densely populated capital, Bangkok. Ian discovers the popular art of Thai Boxing, and endeavors to try out his new found skills.

2. Costa Rica & Nicaragua

Neil Gibson travels to Central America, where he visits two contrasting countries; Costa Rica,one of the most affluent lands in Latin America, and Nicaragua, better known for it’s volatile politics.

3. Indonesia Bali & Sulawesi

Shilpa Mehta explores just two contrasting islands of the thirteen thousand that makeup Indonesia –Bali and Sulawesi.

4. Iran

Ian Wright starts his journey in Tehran. He pays a visit to the Shrine of the Ayatollah, last resting-place of Ayatollah Khomeini and Iran’s holiest site of worship.

5. Norway

Ian Wright begins his Nordic journey high on a cliff in Stavanger, where he witnesses the extreme sport of Base Jumping.

6. London City Guide

Jonathan Atherton finds himself among tourists on the trail of famous landmarks such as Trafalgar Square and Soho, then explores the alternative London of Gay Pride and Bangladeshi Brick Lane.

7. Mongolia

Ian Wright travels through the grasslands, mountains and deserts of Mongolia. He begins his journey in China’s Beijing, and catches the train to the capital – UlaanBaatar.

8. Czech Republic & Southern Poland

Justine Shapiro begins her journey in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. She visits the castle, the most famous landmark there and the seat of power since the 9th century.

9. Papua New Guinea

Jonathan Atherton explores the rivers, mountains, and towns of Papua New Guinea. He explores some of the local markets and eats the traditional dish of lime, beetle, and mustard.

10. Paris City Guide

Justine Shapiro spends a week in Paris, the capital of France and one of the most cultural and romantic cities in Europe.

11. Nepal

Ian Wright starts his journey in the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. He visits the most sacred Hindu temple in Nepal, Pashupatinath Temple and the home of the young princess goddess.

12. Southern Italy

Justine Shapiro begins her journey in Rome, the capital of Italy and the gateway to the south. She rents a scooter to get around and goes first to the Colosseum.

13. Amsterdam City Guide

Jonathan Atherton arrives in Amsterdam and spends his first night in the Hemp Hotel, a hotel pioneering the use of Hemp in the construction of fabrics, food, and cocktails.