Travel shows are meant to take viewers to places they’ve never been before, without them even needing to leave the house. Since many peoples’ travel plans were canceled due to the global health crisis, they are left staying indoors and hoping for the day they can jet off to their next destination.
Watching travel shows may not be the same as going to these unique locations in person, but they provide a virtual experience that can be quite enjoyable. Whether you’re looking for adventure, cuisine, survival skills, culture, or history, these are the best travel shows to watch during quarantine.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Will Make Your Mouth Water
The late Anthony Bourdain had some of the most-watched travel shows on television. Bourdain was known for being one of the top chefs and travel writers and his shows would take viewers all around the world to see him try tons of new dishes.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations originally aired on the Travel Channel and featured episodes that included experiences such as sampling “the greatest cannolis” in Sicily or visiting a music recording session in Cambodia. The series received many accolades, including two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming.