About Us


“Travel! For some, it’s a luxurious escape, or maybe an adrenaline-filled adventure. But if you’re like me, it’s a precious opportunity to discover and to give back. It’s time to get real. It’s time to get raw. It’s time for Raw Travel!” – Robert G. Rose / Creator, Producer & Host of Raw Travel TV


No Hair & Makeup, No Celebrity Guests… Just Travel… Raw Travel!

Raw Travel is an internationally syndicated television series in its 11th Season. The weekly syndicated show can be viewed on the weekends in the United States in 185 cities on over 200 broadcast affiliates in over 97% of the U.S. and well over 100 million TV homes.

Raw Travel episodes can also be viewed in various international territories in Asia, Europe, Africa, and several domestic and international airlines. 

Raw Travel is the #1 most-watched authentic travel show on commercial TV in the United States. Visit HERE for information on where to watch.

Raw Travel is also proudly independently produced and financed. The show features socially conscious and authentic travel with a mission to inspire more people to experience the life-changing power of travel, particularly international travel.

Raw Travel showcases the growing wave of socially and environmentally conscious travel and celebrates self-discovery, authentic travel, and experience among other cultures can bring. Each episode typically incorporates some combination of eco-tourism, voluntourism (traveling volunteers), adventure sports, underground music, authentic culture, food, tradition, and, most importantly, inspiring and engaging folks worldwide.

Producer and Host Robert G. Rose (Rob) navigates the sometimes unpredictable world of travel to locations off and on the beaten path. In the process, Rob & the crew connect with a variety of colorful locals.

Get rid of your fears, break out your passport, and take a journey to “meet the neighbors.” Ordinary people have transformative, life-changing experiences through thoughtful, authentic, and raw travel. We call it “traveling with heart,” we hope you’ll call it “good”… or at least “good enough.”