57 episodes

True tales of travel, exploration and adventure from around journalists, explorers and vagabonds that dedicate their lives to the road less traveled. Hosted by Joe Sills

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 30 Ratings

True tales of travel, exploration and adventure from around journalists, explorers and vagabonds that dedicate their lives to the road less traveled. Hosted by Joe Sills

    Central America Surf Safari

    Central America Surf Safari

    Autio co-founder Woody Sears sets off on the road trip of a lifetime: a Subaru-powered surf safari down the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Over five months, he learns to surf by camping on the sands of Baja and cruising from Sinaloa to Oaxaca. 

    More than two decades after his epic journey, Woody reflects on the lessons surfing taught him about the world and how the love of adventure spawned on his trip helped create Autio, a digital road trip companion that's accompanying himself and co-founder Kevin Costner on adventures today. 

    • 51 min
    Outside Ain't Free

    Outside Ain't Free

    Malik wins a camper truck in Montana and sets off to document its journey home to Memphis through Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons. The Get Lost Podcast team tags along as part of the film crew.

    Guest: Malik tha Martian
    Host: Joe Sills

    • 52 min
    A Cruise Ship to Antarctica

    A Cruise Ship to Antarctica

    What does it feel like to cruise to Antarctica? Travel writer Amanda Ogle sets off from Argentina onboard a Viking cruise ship to navigate some of the most violent seas on the planet on the trip of a lifetime. Along the way, she explores whether Antarctic tourism is ethical, what science is being conducted onboard cruises and discusses the future of the cruise industry.

    Host: Joe Sills
    Guest: Amanda Ogle
    Follow the Show: Get Lost Podcast

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Off the Grid in the Okavango

    Off the Grid in the Okavango

    Joe journeys to a research camp in Botswana's Okavango Delta to learn about ongoing conservation efforts.  Along the way, conservation ranger and guide Keitopetse Kagande talks about a 45-minute standoff with a lion, how climate change is impacting Botswana and what it's like to grow up in one of the planet's last wild places.

    SHOW NOTE: Our mixer decided to spontaneously combust when we sat down to record this episode. So, audio quality is a bit rough.

    Host: Joe Sills
    Guest: Keitopetse Kagande
    How to do it: African Conservation Experience

    Read more about the experience in National Geographic Traveller 

    • 59 min
    Tracking Tapir in the Pantanal

    Tracking Tapir in the Pantanal

    Nat Geo Explorer Patricia Medici takes us to the remote reaches of Brazil's Pantanal, a region known as tapir paradise. There, she talks about what it's like to research one of the world's most unique animals in a quest to better understand the balance between mankind and Mother Nature. Along the way, she recounts a close encounter with a jaguar and updates us on the impact of deforestation in Brazil. 

    Host | Joe Sills
    Guest | Patricia Medici

    Go There - Baia das Pedras
    Learn More - INCAB Brasil 

    • 44 min
    Band on the Run with EG Vines

    Band on the Run with EG Vines

    Songwriter EG Vines abandons his life as a Dollar General manager to pursue music from Jonesboro, Arkansas to Nashville, New York and beyond. Along the way, he lives a real life scene from The Blues Brothers in rural Alabama (they were not the "Good Old Boys") and hints at a real-world encounter with aliens.

    Host Joe Sills | Produced by Josh Collins

    Listen to his full catalog and find merchandise at EGVines.com
    Connect on Instagram - EG Vines
    Find Joe - Joe Sills

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    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

wrs1123 ,

Love the adventures

This podcast is always fascinating. My only suggestion is that there are some really high pitched sound effects that are hard to listen to. I love every guest and think Joe does a great job getting the most out of each guest.

asmack5 ,

Inspiring, informative, and seemingly impartial

I enjoy the way this podcast can go from the heat of Iran and political decisions affecting female travelers, directly to Big Foot in New Jersey and bourbon reviews and recommendations. I quite literally stumbled upon joe while out exploring and I’ve never been happier at a personal recommendations. Stay lost, stay woke, and stay open to all life throws your way 🤙🏽.

Drchevy66 ,

It keeps getting better!

Season 3 is awesome!

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