Your favorite traveling trio of Megan Batoon, Jo Franco, and Luis Ortiz are back for more adventures! Grab your favorite travel pillow, airport fit, and your BFF for a staycation with Megan and friends. Season 1 of The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals on Netflix flew us to private islands, showed us the most amazing boats, and experienced the van-life of traveling.
Season 2 continues to cater to everyone’s tastes whether you’re looking for a luxury, unique, or budget-friendly travel. The traveling trio showcased loads of places around North America from the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York to eco-friendly homes in Colorado then finally taking it back to the best coast, west coast for a taste of the So Cal style in Santa Barbara and Malibu. There’s also a few international destinations like waterfront stays in Anguilla, lodge home in Finland, and a possible destination wedding in the Bahamas. It’s another packed season that will have you adding to your bucket list.
Originally, 16 episodes were filmed for the lifestyle series and the first 8 episodes aired early this summer ranking in the Top 10 shows on Netflix for four weeks! Now you can catch both seasons and binge away!
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We’re all wanting to get back into the world and travel. Not sure which destination to visit yet? Don’t worry, Megan Batoon and Netflix are taking you to see some of The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals. The series is set to premier on the streaming service on June 18 so if you’re not yet able to travel, grab a comfortable seat, snacks, and get ready to create your next vacation bucket list.
People Magazine describes the show to take “viewers inside some of the wildest homes that are available to rent around the world. Think: the best of the best on Airbnb, Vrbo and more.” Megan along with two other hosts, Million Dollar Listing New York‘s Luis D. Ortiz and fellow content creator Jo Franco, go around the world to give us the lowdown on affordable treehouses, exclusive private islands, gourmet food-focused getaways and so much more. The difference between staying at a hotel and vacation rentals like these are the extra curriculum activities that are offered. From high-thrill activities to unique transportation and interacting with the locals are all experiences that aren’t usually offered at a hotel stay.
However, the most important aspect the series showcases is vacationing at every budget. From affordable stays to more luxurious or splurge-worthy styles, there’s something for everyone.
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