Returning: Travel Guides

New cast members Karly & Bri join in the first episode in India & Nepal.

Travel Guides returns to Nine next week with new episodes, with new cast members Karly & Bri replacing Stack & Josh.

“Getting the phone call to be on Travel Guides was a surreal moment for us as we’re such big fans of the show. We haven’t done much travelling around the world, so to be able to see the world in all its glory is a once in a lifetime opportunity. And to do it with my best friend is amazing,” Karly said.

Bri added: “I reckon we’re going to bring some sugar and spice and a barrel of laughs. I’d describe us as chaotic travellers. And when we open our mouths we’re never really sure what’s going to come out. But we can promise young, wild-woman energy.”

From the star-studded streets of Hollywood in the City of Angels to the Olympic city of Paris and the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu in Peru, Travel Guides returns in a seventh season of bucket-list proportions. Ready to roam across 10 breathtaking new locations around the world are our favourite travel critics: the Fren family, Matt and Brett, Kevin and Janetta, and Kev, Dorian and Teng.

Joining them on the road for the first time are Karly and Bri, two besties who met while filming Beauty and the Geek for Nine a couple of years ago and have been inseparable since. Like many Aussies, Karly and Bri have barely travelled further afield than Bali. They will be bringing high energy, total glam and wide-eyed wonder as they explore the wide world with the rest of the gang.

Episode One: India & Nepal
New guides Karly and Bri join the gang in Northern India and Nepal, where they’ll stay at an Ashram, frock-up at an Indian wedding in Delhi, marvel at the Taj Mahal, before dropping into Kathmandu where they’ll hopefully see Mount Everest.

7pm Sunday on Nine (The Summit screens 7:30pm Monday – Wednesday).

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    1. You certainly are Grumpy, lol. I love Denise and love her voice overs. Also surprised it’s on a Sunday night and not the Traditional Wednesdays as it has been in the past few years.. But given the Summit is doing average at best (I watch this on catch up), it’s not surprising.

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