Extraordinary organizations, travelers and individuals give back to others.
Unique and interesting hotels, huts, hostels and accommodations around the world, from bare bones to luxurious.
Rob goes on a socially conscious shopping spree by traveling the world to buy unique gifts and souvenirs directly from artists and artisans.
The crew traverses the world to showcase remarkable people doing extraordinary things to save some amazing animals.
The area in and around one of the most livable and lovable cities in South America: Lima, Peru.
Houston's diversity impacts its celebrated hospitality, distinctive music and delectable cuisine.
The unique cultural heritage that is Quebec City, in Canada.
The coffee and tobacco regions of Matagalpa, Esteli and Somoto; the charms of slow travel in northern Nicaragua.
Nicaragua's capital city of Managua and nearby towns Masaya and Granada.
Haiti's beaches and culturally rich northern region.
An unexpected treasure-trove of surprises in the city of "Brotherly Love."
Advice for hitting up some fascinating off-the-beaten-path destinations.
Montreal is one of the most imaginative, artistic and cultural cities in Canada.
The Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean's most popular destinations for adventures.
An unconventional look at one of the Western Hemisphere's most stereotyped cities: Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
A more authentic side of Cuba than most travelers have ever seen.
An unusual and off-the-beaten-path exploration of the capital of the Dominican Republic.
Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa.
Hidden travel gems hide in plain sight in Colorado, South Dakota and Tennessee.
Ghanaian culture; small and charming villages in the eastern portion of the country.
Conservation through sustainable and healthy living.
Ways travelers are making the world better.
Exploring musical styles and sounds from around the world.
Eating the way to diverse travel experiences around the world.
A Southern adventure in Chattanooga, Tenn.; historic Banning Mills in West Georgia.
The capital and Central Region of Ghana are beloved by travelers from around the world.
Locals, artists and world travelers rave about Cape Town, South Africa.
Johannesburg, South Africa, has burgeoning cosmopolitan beauty, loads of culture, and exotic wildlife.
The Norwegian fjords are some of the world's most spectacular sights.
Bergen, Norway, is the first port of call for a trip through a magical land where trolls, fairies and Vikings once roamed.
The iconic tradition of the Great American Road Trip.
North America's legendary Wild West: Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and South Dakota.
The Oglala Lakota Sioux reservation in Pine Ridge, S.D., celebrates rich Native American heritage.
Surreal, high-desert scenery in Moab; adventure sports in Salt Lake City and Park City.
North America's go-to travel destination for those looking to get away from it all.
New Mexico attracts creative types from all over the world.
Food, music, local charm and outdoor adventure in the Rockies.
A road trip through Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.
Surreal landscapes and a unique blend of cultures in Albuquerque, N.M.
Delightful and diverse Filipino cuisine.
Various funny, perplexing and bizarre ways in which travel can be strange.
Ecotourism; some of the most amazing natural wonders on Earth.
The crew takes a unique look at one of the world's largest and most fascinating cities: the legendary Bangkok; Chiang Mai.
Americans living in other countries.
Tiny Laos is a haven without the swarming throngs of tourists nearby nations attract.
The capital city of the Philippines; Filipino culture, diversity and hospitality.
Culturally rich, diverse Vietnam welcomes travelers from all over the world; the unique gastronomy; centuries-old traditions and culture.
How locals living well outside the tourist zones of New Orleans really live; bayous and swamps; French-inspired Cajun culture.
Post-Katrina New Orleans has much more to offer than Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street.
Host Robert Rose revisits his roots in Tennessee.
Ancient history, contemporary adventure and good times await at the Black Sea coast; the crew overcomes a major obstacle.
Travelers can make a difference just by shopping; stops in New York City and Eastern Europe.
Budapest is one of Eastern Europe's crown jewels.
Separated by less than an hour by boat, Bratislava and Vienna, formerly on opposite sides of the Iron Curtain, could not be more different.
Serbia puts its painful past behind and embraces a brighter future.
Transylvania, setting of frightening, mostly fictional, tales, has striking landscapes that are dotted with old farmhouses and rural villages.
New York City: counterculture East Village, red-hot Williamsburg and iconic Coney Island.
The hidden, if sometimes gritty, charms of Romania's capital city.
Awe-inspiring Prague is firmly planted on the tourists' trail.
Krakow's looming castles, medieval courtyards and fire-breathing dragons; the horrors of World War II and communist rule.
Authentic and diverse cultures from all over Latin America and the Caribbean.
Preserving the environment or working with animals or less-fortunate people while traveling.
The growing eco- and adventure-travel movement.
New York City's diverse off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods showcase cultures and influences from all over the world.
Honduras' Garifuna culture, beaches, coral reefs and scuba diving.
The tiny Central American country of Belize is a mecca for scuba divers and beach types and offers a wealth of natural splendor, ancient ruins and indigenous crafts.
Panama's natural wonders shine for those willing to take the road less traveled.
Guatemala rediscovers its roots as the centuries-old cradle of the Mayan civilization.
Costa Rica lures surfers for its killer waves on the coasts and eco-travelers for its unique biodiversity in the rain forest.
Mexico's Caribbean coast: swanky resorts, bare-bones eco-touristic getaways, isolated jungles and ancient ruins.
Nicaragua puts its troubled past behind and welcomes strangers to experience its countless natural wonders.
One of the largest, most chaotic, misunderstood and intriguing cities in the world: Mexico City.
Uruguay: Montevideo; the Carnival celebration; Colonia del Sacramento; the River Plate.
Argentina: gaucho culture; a working ranch; the desert region; churches; the Quilmes ruins; vineyards.
Buenos Aires: the underground music and tattoo scene; a soccer match; a famous cemetery; diverse neighborhoods; Voluntario Global; Tigre.
Colombia: a village with a unique African dialect; isolated, beautiful beaches; spiritual cleansing; a coffee plantation; spas; indigenous life in the Amazon.
Colombia: modern, bustling Bogota; friendly, progressive Medellin; tranquil pueblo Guatape; tourist haven Cartagena.
Trinidad and Tobago: renting a car; cultures and religions; a bird sanctuary; leatherback turtles; snorkeling, hiking and partying at Buccoo Bay; goat races.
Trinidad and Tobago: carnival celebration; steel pan, calypso and soca music; cricket at Queen's Park Oval; St. James and Queens Park Savannah.
Ecuador: biking; adventure sports; a legendary train's dangerous journey through beautiful mountain peaks and valleys; a hat factory; a historical park; spending time with hippies at a beach town.
Ecuador: cobblestone streets and historical architecture; helping needy students; the middle of the earth; shrunken heads; Pancho Market; Andean music; fried guinea pig.