Lonely Planet: Roads Less Travelled

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Roads Less Travelled is a reality-based travel series documenting Lonely Planet authors and photographers researching content for Lonely Planet guidebooks in realtime on the ground. Airing internationally beginning in November 2009 on the National Geographic Adventure (TV channel), the program is a co-production of Lonely Planet Television and Singapore's Beach House. The series features 13 episodes of one hour length each. Season 1 hosts include Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler, writer John Vlahides, photographer Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli, Shawn Low, Tamara Sheward, Amelia Thomas, Katarina Kane, archaeologist Iain Shearer, and Kerry Lorimer. Season 1 destinations include Colombia, Morocco, the Mexican Sierra Madres, Spain, Cambodia, Laos, Australia, Madagascar, China, Kazakhstan, Israel/West Bank, Ethiopia, and Alaska.[1][2][3][4]


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  2. ^ Roads Less Travelled | Home. Lonelyplanet.com. Retrieved on 2011-04-03.
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  4. ^ Singapore Production Company Teams Up with Lonely Planet TV – itsReal | APLINK – itsReal. Aplink.wordpress.com. Retrieved on 2011-04-03.

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