Meet the Hosts
Travel Channel stars bring their expertise to The Trip: 2014, sharing their top picks for Spain and Morocco.
Previously, Sam traveled through various areas of China for Samantha Brown: Passport to China. In Passport to Latin America, Samantha took viewers to 20 cities, revealing colorful landscapes and warm populations. Prior to that, Sam immersed herself in European culture, traveling to 65 destinations from magnificent capitals to tiny mountaintop villages to ancient seacoast towns in Passport to Europe.
2. Adam Richman
After earning a master's degree in fine arts from Yale University's School of Drama, Adam traveled the United States acting in many regional theaters. The nature of his work allowed him to feed his appetite for the best local dishes across America – all of which found their way into his food journal. In 2008, Adam began hosting Man v Food for Travel Channel, and has been a network staple ever since, with shows such as Man v Food Nation, Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America and now, Adam Richman’s Fandemonium.
3. Don Wildman
As host of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum, Wildman journeys across America, going deep into the vaults of the nation's most revered institutions and unearthing wondrous treasures from the past. Wildman also served as host of Travel Channel’s Off Limits, where he crisscrossed the United States, taking viewers behind locked doors to uncover the secrets of the country’s man-made world. In Wildman’s new original series on Travel Channel, Monumental Mysteries, he uncovers some of America’s most intriguing events, greatest triumphs, well-known disasters, and even some notorious crimes that are linked to many of the nation’s history-rich monuments. Whether traversing obscure or familiar turf, his journey is full of fun and surprises.
Melchiorri brings his expertise as the “hotel fixer” to Travel Channel’s original series Hotel Impossible. In this weekly one-hour program, he helps turn around the business of a struggling hotel fighting to survive.