Must Watch Travel Show’s on Netflix & Amazon Prime

Travel right now as long as you are Indian, isn't even an alternative. We know that. We hate it.  We would much rather hit the road or ride to see a new exotic location. However, this is not the world in which we all exist. Yet we can briefly fulfill our need to fly through the best shows on Netflix by living vicariously.
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Since our family does not spend much time traveling and spends more time at home, by watching travel shows on Netflix & Amazon Prime we get more of our updates. It seems that Amazon Prime shows much more travel-related than Netflix shows. This is a compilation and why do you look at our favorites too.

Travel right now as long as you are Indian, isn’t even an alternative. We know that. We hate it.  We would much rather hit the road or ride to see a new exotic location. However, this is not the world in which we all exist. Yet we can briefly fulfill our need to fly through the best shows on Netflix by living vicariously.

Best Travel Show’s on Netflix

1. The Kindness Diaries

If you need something safe and encouraging right now the Youth Headlines are here to provide you with that wet and unconscious feeling. This documentary follows Leon Logothetis, who travels the globe with only an ancient motorcycle and foreigners’ goodness.

 

2. Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father

Will you fly with your daddy abroad? Comedian Jake Whitehall draws his dad, Michael, into improbable journeys that pull all of them from their comfort zones. Their taste variations cause some (often funny) disagreements.

 

3. Dark Tourist

Worship, ceremonies, bands, war areas, scenes of violence, and old ruins. Our host David Farrier journeys around the world for the grim, the devious, and the latter in this documentary. This series will present a brand new tourism side in which the darker aspects of mankind are shown throughout the globe, unlike other features of this list.

 

4. Tales by Light

Tales By Light, a short series by Canon and a collaboration by National Geographic, introduces you to a great photographer in each episode and takes you on a trip to document unforgettable animals, singular cultures, and the most relevant topics.

 

5. Street Food

Each season, this Netflix series from the Chefs’ Table creators explores a different area. We start in many Asian streets — Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, and more — to look at carts, stalls, markets that people frequent on their way, during the middle of the night, or even every day.

Best Travel Show’s on Amazon Prime

6. Rick Steves Travel Series

One of my favorite shows on traveling was watching Rick Steve’s PBS travel programs. Rick Steve’s attention was mainly on traveling in Europe and offered a range of places to visit in Europe and every lovely country.

 

7. Booze Traveler

Booze Traveler, a show by The Travel Channel which showcases hosts touring the world looking for special alcoholic drinks in the countries that they visit, is one of the best shows for anyone who loves to mix journeys with drinks and food

 

8. Departures

Three Canadian mates plan to abandon to discover the world from the Great White North. You pack a suitcase, say farewell to family and friends, and you go abroad. The original plan is to fly for one year but it soon turns into three years.

 

9. Planet Earth

Planet Earth has been first seen in 2006 as part of the award-winning BBC documentary program. Four years were expected in 64 separate countries to shoot and use 71 camera operators. The series was the most lavish and high-quality television series ever produced by the BBC.

 

10. The Amazing Race

Our favorite show is the Amazing Race and we watched it from the start. Since its debut in 2001, the American Reality Contest has been televised for 31 years on CBS. You would love The Amazing Race if you like the drama of the actual rivalry and are also a traveling lover. Each season is held in a variety of numerous countries and a total of over 90 countries and six continents have been visited by the Amazing Race.

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