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The Voyager with Josh Garcia: With a world traveler as our guide, The Voyager with Josh Garcia takes audiences on an exciting and culturally rich voyage around the globe. Traveling by ocean, each episode brings audiences to the worldThe Voyager with Josh Garcia is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (77 episodes). The series first aired on October 8, 2016.

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3 Seasons, 77 Episodes
October 8, 2016
Cast: Josh Garcia
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The Voyager with Josh Garcia Full Episode Guide

  • Josh rereads his journal entries, remembering how fruits and vegetables are grown and cooked; visits a garden growing herbs in biodomes under the sea in Italy; learns how olives are harvested in Greece; takes part in a farm-to-table meal in Mexico.

  • Josh visits Manila, the capital of the Philippines, taking a bike tour of the 400-year-old walled city of Intramuros; explores the smallest active volcano in the world with a volcanologist; gets a lesson in adobo cooking from a local Filipino chef.

  • Josh voyages to Oman, an ancient country on the Arabian Peninsula where many old Arab customs and traditions still prevail. In Muscat, Oman's capital, Josh takes a tour of the elegant Grand Mosque, where he's amazed to learn 21,000 people can worship at the same time. Next, he heads to Oman's first capital in the sixth and seventh centuries, Nizwa, to learn about the craft of carpet weaving.

  • Josh spends the day ashore in St. Lucia discovering the landscape, food and art of one of the Caribbean's most beautiful islands. He visits a rainforest, where, high in the trees, he learns the importance of the rainforest to the island's population. Then, he experiences its lushness by zip lining across the tree canopy. Next, Josh visits the oldest working estate on the island that grows and produces St. Lucia's world famous chocolate.

  • Josh tours Auckland, New Zealand, the "City of Sails," climbing to the top of Harbour Bridge; visits a local farm that's famous for its sheep; takes a lesson in sailboat racing onboard New Zealand's most famous racing yacht.

  • Josh looks back at entries in his journal that remind that traveling the world affords him opportunities to have culinary adventures and learn about different cultures by sampling a country's cuisine or visiting a farm where local produce is grown.

  • Josh's ship docks in Port Klang, Malaysia. From this great port, Josh sets off to explore Malaysia's capital, the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur, where he discovers unique districts that maintain their cultural and religious ties to the country's Malay, Chinese and Indian roots. Josh's first stop is the Batu Caves, a series of caves and Hindu religious shrines formed out of a 400 million-year-old limestone hill, where he climbs 272 steps to reach the largest cave.

  • Josh arrives in the port city of Aqaba, Jordan, where he can see the countries of Egypt, Israel and Saudi Arabia from the coast. Though virtually landlocked, Jordan has 17 miles of coastline that attracts divers from all over the world because of coral reefs and other sea life that thrive off its beaches.

  • On his first voyage to Barbados, Josh takes a food tour with a local historian; visits a legendary cricket club to learn all about the game; and goes for a snorkeling adventure in a location known to be a habitat for sea turtles.

  • Josh recalls the many geological wonders that have astounded him on his travels, like Malta's Blue Grotto; the Fontein Cave in Aruba's Arikok National Park; Sicily's Mount Etna and more.

  • Josh visits Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, a city that can boast having the tallest building, the largest manmade island and the biggest choreographed water fountain in the world. Josh's first stop is to check out the Dubai Fountain, a marvel of technology, where he watches the incredible show of lights, music and 22,000 gallons of "dancing" water.

  • Josh's ship docks in Savona, Italy, a gateway to the Italian Riviera, and he explores the nearby hill towns of Noli and Finalborgo by bike for breathtaking views of the Mediterranean coastline. Accompanied by a local guide, he learns about the building of medieval castles and towers. Next, he dives into the Mediterranean Sea to explore a unique scuba destination and underwater research project. Guided inside one of six biospheres, Josh learns how plants are being grown as part of an experiment.

  • Josh voyages to Corfu in the beautiful Ionian Sea. Eager to soak up Corfu's history, culture and cuisine, Josh heads to Corfu's Old Town and gets swept up by a dance troupe doing the popular dance, syrtaki. After taking a bow, he follows the quaint alleyways of Old Town to meet a baker known for her baklava, one of his favorite desserts. She gives Josh a lesson in how to make this sweet, phyllo dough layered Greek treat.

  • Josh voyages to the island country of Malta, where his ship docks in the beautiful capital of Valletta, and he visits a spice shop and learns how a Moroccan spice blend has influenced Maltese cuisine. At Fort St. Angelo, he tours the palace museum to learn about the history of the Knights of Malta and suits up for a lesson in sword fighting skills.

  • Josh cruises to Giardini Naxos on the Italian island of Sicily and gets to experience some of its unique cultural treasures firsthand. Josh's first stop is to Opera dei Pupi, in the city of Catania, a nearly two-century-old marionette theater.

  • Josh turns back the pages in his journal and recalls a few of the incredible experiences he's had and what he's learned from them. On his day ashore in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Josh kayaks with a guide to the famous El Arco landmark, where he learns about its importance for hundreds of years to ships navigating the waters around the Baja California Peninsula.

  • Josh sails to the Central American country of Costa Rica, known as one of the most visually stunning and ecologically diverse places on Earth. He visits a mask maker who crafts mascaradas, larger than life masks adopted from an old Spanish colonial tradition that today appear at various Costa Rican celebrations. Then, he meets a man who documents waterfalls, and he leads Josh into a rainforest to learn about Costa Rica's micro climates. Next, Josh visits a ranch where Spanish horses are raised.

  • Josh teams up with his fellow passengers to help out communities in the Caribbean. First, they sail to the island of Roatán and build a playground out of recycled tires. While Josh digs in and gets his hands dirty, he interacts with the local kids that will soon enjoy this new play area. Next, they travel to Belize and to the Community Baboon Sanctuary to plant several trees that will serve as food and habitat for the black howler monkeys and then venture into the forest to see them up close.

  • Josh teams up with his fellow passengers to help out communities in the Caribbean. First, they sail to the island of Roatán and build a playground out of recycled tires. While Josh digs in and gets his hands dirty, he interacts with the local kids that will soon enjoy this new play area. Next, they travel to Belize and to the Community Baboon Sanctuary to plant several trees that will serve as food and habitat for the black howler monkeys and then venture into the forest to see them up close.

  • Josh cruises to Helsinki, Finland, where he learns saunas are everywhere, even in the most surprising places. Next, he heads to a unique park for a walk with one of Finland's iconic reindeer. Then, he takes a culinary walking tour.

  • Josh sails to Aruba where he is excited to explore the island and its interesting culture and history. He gets a music lesson and learns about the steel pan, a unique instrument, responsible for the distinctive Caribbean sound. Then, he discovers how popular hot sauce is on the island, visits a farm where a special pepper is grown, and has the opportunity to create his own version of this tasty condiment. Then, Josh visits Aruba's beautiful and diverse national park.

  • Josh immerses himself in the culture of Maui, Hawaii: taking a ukulele lesson; preparing a traditional Hawaiian luau dish; mastering stand-up paddle boarding in Honolua Bay; going on a pineapple plantation tour.

  • Upon docking in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Josh takes an architectural walking tour, visits a unique cheese warehouse in the town of Gouda and the famous windmills of Kinderdijk, and discovers the historic connection his ship has with its namesake city.

  • Josh sails to Tallinn, Estonia, one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities to experience three different professions: apprenticing as a blacksmith's helper; training in full armor as a castle guard; and learning how to serve a feast.

  • Josh spends the day in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where he visits an artisanal glass factory, kayaks to the famous El Arco landmark and visits an organic farm, where he learns how to prepare a traditional salsa for an authentic farm-to-table experience.

  • Josh sails to Oahu and is immersed in the culture as he learns the customs and traditions of Hawaiian leis, joins a local chef to help prepare a popular Asian-style roll, and tests his stamina and rhythm while training to be a hula dance warrior.

  • Josh revisits his voyages in Europe, including a ride through the Mallorca countryside on a unique wooden train, a stop in Athens to make signature Greek specialties, and a visit to one of the oldest factories of decorative tiles in Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Josh explores Bangkok, Thailand, visiting the floating market, a cooking class, where he learns the art of balancing the signature flavors of pad thai, and an ancient village, where generations of craftsmen are keeping a lost tradition alive.

  • Josh spends the day ashore in Buenos Aires, where he joins a culinary class to learn about empanadas, hops into the saddle to learn polo, and steps out of his comfort zone and embraces the country's most iconic dance - the tango!

  • Josh sails into Rio de Janeiro, where he discovers a vast array of exotic fruit at one of the Brazilian city's colorful open-air markets, teams up with a local soccer player, and tours Rio from the sky, hang-gliding high above the city.

  • Josh cruises to the country of Panama, transiting through its famous canal, touring the historic district, visiting Monkey Island and meeting an indigenous tribe to learn about their traditional lifestyle in Panama's remote rainforest.

  • Josh rereads his favorite journal entries from his voyages through the Caribbean: learning a celebrated dance style in Havana, Cuba; swimming with sharks in Belize; visiting a restaurant famous for its jerk chicken in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

  • Josh cruises into one of the most beautiful bays in the world and spends his day exploring the medieval city of Kotor, Montenegro. First, he meets a chef who shows him the ancient method for preparing sac, a flavorful specialty native to the country. Inspired by the city's limestone landscape, he travels to the countryside to learn more about this ubiquitous natural treasure. Finally, Josh teams up with some of the country's top ranked water polo athletes and makes a big splash.

  • Josh explores the food, culture and music of Lisbon, Portugal; the ancient art of Lisbon's handcrafted decorative tiles; how to make vegetable tempura; Josh is introduced to Fado music.

  • Upon docking on the Spanish island of Mallorca, Josh takes a scenic ride on a one-of-a-kind wooden train built over a century ago. He also learns how to make sobrassada, a Mallorcan delicacy, and ensaimada, the island's most beloved pastry.

  • Josh rereads some of his favorite journal entries from his thrilling tour of Asia. In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, he ventures into the lush rice fields, learning first hand about the country's most important crop. In Shanghai, China, Josh discovers the city's hottest specialty, little pillows of joy called soup dumplings. Finally, in Taipei, Taiwan, Josh treks to a tea farm, learning about the labor and love needed to craft their signature oolong elixir.

  • Ashore in Belize, Josh kicks off his day with a local chef who teaches him how to make a traditional Belizean stew using unique culinary tools native to the country. Next, he ventures into the jungle and discovers Mayan ruins that date back more than 3000 years. Finally, Josh enjoys a breathtaking underwater adventure swimming with sharks.

  • Athens, Greece. Josh learns how traditional prayer beads have been transformed in Greek culture; travels to the countryside to make a signature dish using local vegetables; and meets an Olympian who teaches him to throw the javelin.

  • After arriving in Ocho Rios, Josh rafts down the picturesque Martha Brae River, marveling at the exotic jungle scenery. At a plantation, he learns about Jamaica's High Mountain coffee, following the java bean's journey from farm to cup.

  • Josh sails into Tokyo and sets out to discover the sights, sounds, and flavors of the city. He learns the Japanese art of flower arrangement known as ikebana and enjoys authentic Tokyo-style sushi with a master class in creating this iconic dish. Later, Josh explores the ancient sounds of Japan by learning to play the powerful Taiko drums.

  • Josh sails to Dubrovnik, Croatia, where he visits a silk museum, discovers a seafood delicacy unique to that part of the world, and explores the area's salt flats.

  • Josh rereads some of his favorite journal entries from his epic voyages to Alaska. His adventure begins in Juneau where he kayaks to the great Mendenhall Glacier and ventures deep inside its majestic ice caves. In Ketchikan, Josh teams up with Alaska's top lumberjacks and tries his hand at timbersports. Finally, in Talkeetna, he takes a flightseeing tour of the tallest mountain in North America, then explores the area's magnificent glacial peaks.

  • Josh spends the day exploring Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic. After discovering the natural wonder of amber, an indigenous gem, Josh learns to make sancocho, the island's national dish, and visits a premier sports academy.

  • Josh voyages north to Alaska and takes a train to the town of Talkeetna, visits a local bakery where he learns about sourdough, explores on of Denali's glacial peaks, and goes for a ride with a team of Iditarod sled dogs.

  • Copenhagen, Denmark. Josh visits a restaurant known for the country’s national dish; explores the wind turbines that help generate the city’s power; and travels back in time to help build a Viking ship using historic materials.

  • Riding in a vintage American car along the waterfront in Havana; a restaurant inside a private home; a master class in dance.

  • Josh sails into Alaska's biggest city, Anchorage, and explores its wild side. At an animal sanctuary, Josh gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the American bald eagle up close and personal. He then heads to the countryside and comes face to face with the muskox, one of the world's oldest and rarest animals. Finally, Josh finds a different kind of treasure when he pans for gold.

  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Josh visits a workshop where skilled artisans practice the ancient technique of bronze casting, then learns how to make pho and harvest rice.

  • Juneau, Alaska. Upon docking in Juneau, Josh visits a hatchery where he learns all about salmon population, takes a deep dive into the world of crab fishing and kayaks to the great Mendenhall Glacier.

  • The traditions of Taipei, Taiwan; the art of glove puppetry; an aromatic tofu dish; a tea farm.

  • Ketchikan, Alaska. This timber-rich city is home to the world's largest collection of totem poles, and Josh seeks out a skilled master craftsman keeping this Native tradition alive, then explores the legendary Tongass National Forest.

  • Josh voyages north to Alaska and takes a train to the town of Talkeetna, visits a local bakery where he learns about sourdough, explores on of Denali's glacial peaks, and goes for a ride with a team of Iditarod sled dogs.