Coronavirus. COVID-19. Whatever you call it, it sucks. From closed boarders to full-on quarantine, the world’s travel plans have shut down. But, while we work through this together, we can still dream of our next amazing trip.
Here are the top travel shows on Netflix to take your mind off the craziness.
Pizza in Brooklyn and KFC in China (yes, China)– Chef David Chang tours the world seeking out surprising and irresistible dishes.
From The Palm Springs to Washington D.C., designer Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lormier crisscross the United States updating short term rentals (AirBnbs) into jaw-dropping places to stay.
Night On Earth
See wildlife in the Peruvian desert, African savanna, deep sea and dense cities– all at night. The footage is completely stunning, capturing tiny frogs and massive elephants navigating by moonlight.
Our Planet– Behind the Scenes
See what it really takes to get the shot. Wildlife videographers give us a peek at what it’s like to shoot footage where Mother Nature rules.
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
This architecture porn at its finest. Architect Piers Taylor and actress Caroline Quentin crisscross the globe taking an inside look at homes the rest of us can only dream of.
Somebody Feed Phil
This light-hearted food adventure show is family-friendly and fun to watch. Philip Rosenthal of “Everybody Loves Raymond” fame takes on a whirlwind tour of flavors.
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
It’s got Nazis, it’s got snakes and it has the most famous (fictitious) archeologist of our time. Indiana Jones traverses Peru, Egypt and Germany in this classic adventure that, while not a show, makes the list for its throwback “Golden Age of Flying” travel.