Tour Group, chronicles the trip of a lifetime for 11 travelers who hail from different cities in the United States. The premiere episode of the docu-series is scheduled to air on March 1, 2016 at 10 p.m. Eastern Time.
The tour group is guided by three expert tour guides, Brandon Presser, Rachel Grant and Sandhurst Miggins. The travelers will visit exotic locations all over the world, including Morocco, Kenya, Japan, Thailand, Sri Lanka and the Maldives. The travel group is made up of siblings, friends, couples, and singles.
As they journey around the world, they have cultural experiences that they’ll never forget. Eating a sheep’s head, snacking on snails, riding elephant rides in Thailand or hanging out with gorillas in Rwanda doesn’t even scratch the surface of what viewers will see these travelers do on the series. Some of the travelers are more experienced than others, but none of them have embarked on this kind of trip, especially with tour guides who are willing to try anything.
The travel group includes twin sisters who lost their closeness with each other over the years, a couple of brothers who have never been outside of the United States, an ex-model, a happily married couple, an extremely outgoing financial expert, two ladies from Las Vegas, and a married booking agent who has traveled around the world for work, but is out to partake in a little pleasure.
The tour guides, themselves, have varied backgrounds. Sandhurst Miggins is a former international model who is now a customer services provider for VIP clients for an international airline. He welcomes the Tour Group travelers to share their most intimate fantasies with him.
Rachel Grant is a blogger and correspondent who experienced over 50 countries, and has developed itineraries to locations such as the Amazon, Bali, Vietnam and the Philippines. She likes to try anything and encourages people who travel with her to do the same.
Brandon Pressor has written 50 travel books, he has traveled to 100 countries. Brandon has held various jobs in his lifetime, from working at the Louvre Museum in Paris to working as a scuba diving professional in Thailand, he was up for the challenge.