Bert finds Sarah McCord and Levi Bennett on a street corner in Portland, ME, and takes them to New Mexico for an adventure all about elevation. They visit the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta and go zip-lining down Angel Fire Mountain.
Scott and Lindsey Bugna from Tampa, FL, are in for a California adventure they'll never forget. Their adventure starts in the woods north of San Francisco and includes bungee jumping, riding dune buggies on Pismo Beach and much more.
It's the tale of three cities ... three cities with the same name that is. Bert Kreischer heads to Portland, TN, to surprise one lucky couple with the trip of a lifetime to Portland, OR, and Portland, ME. They finish off their Portland-to-Portland adventure by catching Maine lobsters for a seafood feast on the beach.
Bert takes 2 international travel virgins to South Africa for an ultimate outdoor adventure. They leap off of a World Cup stadium, eat bunny chow with their hands and ask a healer to accurately predict their future with animal bones.
Go big or go home! Bert takes a lucky couple on an extreme outdoor adventure in Utah. They jump into a crater, rappel down one of the largest arches in the world, and get shot through the air at 80 mph by a backyard slingshot.
Bert takes a couple from Arizona to Wisconsin where they sail the open seas and visit the nation’s largest water park. However, day 2 starts out a little shaky as one adventurer finds himself laying in a hospital bed. But after being released — and a major surprise — Wisconsin will be a place that Andrea and Ignacio will never forget.
Bert races through Alabama with a couple of bikers from Chicago. They participate in an Alabama tradition known as the Mullet Toss and then head north to partake in some bass fishing. Finally, they trek to a NASCAR Sprint Cup race to ride in the pace car, meet the drivers and stand in the winner's circle.
Bert finds a couple in a hot Kansas water park and takes them island hopping through Fiji on a stunning, luxurious 50' yacht with a private chef and a crew. They take a leap from 14,000 feet and dive down 70 more to explore a sunken ship.