Still not ready to travel yet?
We understand. With the news everyday creating more anxiety - from new breakouts to European Union border controls - it's hard to know when we will all feel comfortable about a motor coach or a plane ride (but more on that soon)
But if you're still hankering for new vistas and new tastes, may we recommend a few television opportunities to consider?
Chef's Table on Netflix
Some of the most renowned chefs in the world share their deeply personal stories, inspirations, and unique styles. Each chef's discipline and culinary talent is explored while he or she prepares awe-inspiring creations. Stunning and fascinating.
Prehistoric Road Trip on PBS
Join Emily Graslie for a summer road trip through America's dinosaur country on a search for mysterious creatures and bizarre ecosystems that have shaped Earth as she drives the open roads of the Dakotas, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska to imagine what the landscape looked like millions, even billions, of years ago.
Night on Earth on Netflix
From the African savanna to the Peruvian desert, lives of predators and prey are closely linked to the moon’s cycles and the opportunities they bring. This nature series’ new technology lifts night’s veil to reveal the hidden lives of the world’s creatures, from lions on the hunt to bats on the wing.
Lost Cities with Albert Lin on Disney
In this National Geographic–produced show, explorer and scientist Albert Lin tracks down some of the world's most famous lost cities. We're talking buried Knights Templar caves in Israel, El Dorado in the jungles of Colombia, and ancient, forgotten island cities in Micronesia. Along the way, he speaks with archaeologists, historians, and other experts to discover the origins of the legends and, in turn, the reality of those places today.
Places to Love on PBS
From the Hill Country of Texas to Zian, China and everywhere in-between - Samantha Brown travels the globe. She experiences the art, food, history and architecture but is most interested in the people where ever she goes.
Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network
Chef-restaurateur Guy Fieri makes his way across the U.S.A, searching out independently-owned restaurants that feed America. While at each location, Fieri talks to the staff as well as the customers to get their thoughts on the food. Many episodes feature eateries that are connected by a common thread, such as burgers or comfort foods.