Globe Trekker Series 6

  • 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. Greece

Christina Chang begins her travels in the Athens and concludes her trip to the incredible monasteries of Meteora, perched high on inaccessible pinnacles of rock.

2. Micronesia

Megan McCormick discovers Micronesia, a little known region in Oceania consisting of over 2,000 islands and making up over a quarter of the world’s atolls.

3. Ireland

Ian Wright begins his trip on the spectacular Antrim coast in Northern Ireland, boasting a geological wonder known as Giant’s Causeway.

4. Cambodia

Ian Wright ventures to the heart of south-east Asia, to Cambodia – a country which has endured a history of famine, civil war and mass genocide.

5. Deep South USA

Ian Wright journeys through America’s ‘Bible Belt’ – the Deep South, home to the civil rights movement, the American civil war, and blues, jazz and rock.

6. Eastern Caribbean

Justine Shapiro travels to the Eastern Caribbean and discovers the Caribbean has a unique history and fascinating culture that will captivate the independent traveller.

7. Sri Lanka & The Maldives

Megan McCormick heads beyond the southern tip of India, to two of the most beautiful tropical locations on earth: Sri Lanka and the Maldive Islands.

8. Russia

Ian Wright begins his trip in Moscow where he visits the Kremlin, the seat of the Russian government, and takes a tour of the palaces, churches and bell towers.

9. Bolivia

Ian Wright explores Bolivia, one of the poorest countries in Latin America but one of the richest in culture and landscape.

10. World History England

Justine Shapiro starts her historical journey dodging swords at the re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings, then travels up the coast to visit the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

11. Madagascar

Ian Wright’s tour of Madagascar has everything, a lesson in Antananarivo’s unique history, cow wrestling in the highlands, a fabled lake village, and even diving for sunken treasure.

12. Southern Spain

Christina Chang rents a car and drives down the coast to Tarifa, the windiest place in Spain. She takes a few windsurfing lessons, then continues to the village of La Rabida.

13. World Food Vietnam

Justine Shapiro travels to Vietnam and begins her journey in Ho Chi Minh City. She then travel by bus to Halong Bay on the Gulf of Tonkin.