Calling all international tourists: it’s time to book your boarding pass for the new season of the TV Week Logie Award-winning Travel Guides, which returns with more spectacular destinations and outrageous laughs next week.
Featuring more epic overseas adventures, the all-new season of Travel Guides sees the return of our favourite travel critics: the budget-hunting Fren family from Newcastle, fun-loving Matt and Brett, jetsetters Kevin and Janetta, and best mates Kev, Dorian and Teng. While cowgirl Mel takes time off to be with her baby, twin sister Stack is joined by their younger brother, Josh.
Josh has never been overseas before, and he has packed an extra pair of jocks along with his passport. Like his sisters, Josh is a true-blue country boy who will no doubt struggle with the lingo, the customs and the crowds in foreign lands. But lucky for him, he is just as game as the girls and will give anything a crack.
In this side-splitting new season our Guides are off to some of the world’s biggest bucket-list destinations as they hit unsuspecting Europe, the UK, South Africa, Asia and beyond.
Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or a beach bum, escape with our Guides to extraordinary locations as they island-hop along the Croatian coast, ride camels through the Moroccan desert, hang with orangutans in Borneo, and even visit Santa in the Arctic Circle.
Each episode will see our excitable Travel Guides pack their bags and set off on a journey full of new experiences and adventures. They share their unfiltered and brutally honest opinions as they encounter the same week-long holiday, which includes crazy activities, different foods, must-see tourist spots, and all sorts of local culture.
When one person’s idea of heavenly bliss is another’s idea of travelling hell, opinions will differ wildly, often leading to outrageous reviews as our fearless Guides let rip, tell it how they see it, and rate each holiday out of five stars
Narrated by popular Aussie comedian Denise Scott Travel Guides returns Wednesday, April 19, at 7.30pm on Channel 9.