With the world facing this global pandemic, we are forced to isolate ourselves from the outside world. This can get claustrophobic, even for the best of us. Luckily, with modern technology, we can travel the whole world and beyond without even leaving our couch. Here’s a list of food and travel shows to lift your spirits and distract you from the distress. These shows are available only on the streaming service mentioned.
It is about famous chefs from all over the world. Each episode follows a different culinary expert and offers a glimpse into their lives (and their kitchens). You can stream it on Netflix.
It is about two men traveling the world with nothing but their backpacks. It offers an unscripted vibe and a glimpse into an unexpected backpacking adventure that captures the true essence of stepping out of the comfort zone. You can stream it on iTunes/AppleTV for $2.
This show is about appreciating Mother Nature. Each episode showcases a different wildlife environment and examines the ongoing climate changes and how it affects our lives. You can stream it on Netflix.
It is about the crew of a massive motor yacht. Every week, the staff hosts different charter guests as they try to navigate life aboard the vessel. Once you’ve seen all the 7 seasons, you can also stream ‘Below Deck Mediterranean’ and ‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’. You can stream it on Hulu, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and FuboTV.
Long Way Round
Actors Ewan McGregor and tv presenter Charley Boorman embark on a world tour on their motorbikes. They cross paths with a very interesting bunch of people, including a mafia boss who serenades them with his guitar. This documentary gained a lot of popularity. So much that they even made a follow-up series: Long Way Down. You can stream it on Tubi or purchase it for $2 on Amazon Prime.
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
As the name suggests, it is about a collection of extraordinary properties. The eclectic locations shown are bound to inspire your next vacation. You can stream it on Netflix.