Episode 1: Alaska ---> Our five young American Latinos arrive in Alaska and meet for the first time. Perry, a Native American craftsman, helps them find ways to work together, while displaying their own personal talents. A team building challenge kicks off their discovery journey.
Episode 2: Austin --->The travelers arrive in Austin to meet Rick and Marc Del Castillo, founders of Latin rock band Del Castillo. They are challenged to orchestrate and perform in a charity concert to lift the spirits of locals facing challenging circumstances.
Episode 3: Mexico ---> Our travelers arrive in Mexico City, their first stop in Latin America. They meet Gaby and Lily, pioneers in transforming dull and rundown spaces into urban planters, getting involved in their guerrilla gardening intervention project and leaving their mark.
Episode 4: El Salvador --->Our travelers arrive in El Tunco beach, El Salvador and meet Jaime Papaya, a professional surfer and owner of Papaya's Surf Lodge. The travelers help young local surfers to start a business that offers surfing classes to tourists.
Episode 5: Costa Rica --> The travelers visit Golfito, Costa Rica, where they meet Susana Matamoros of Marviva. She invites them to spend a day patrolling Golfo Dulce and inspires the team to partner with the organization to help promote Golfito as an authentic Eco-travel experience.
Episode 6: Colombia --> The cast "joins the circus" to come up with new, creative ways to raise funds and international awareness for a circus group. Their suggestion is a global online performance they will shoot, edit, package and promote in several social media outlets.
Episode 7: Peru --> The team builds on Chef Gaston's passion and pride for promoting and making high-end Peruvian food accessible to the masses by taking his message and meals on the road. They restore an old van to share the concept with locals.
Episode 8: Chile --> Our travelers help stage and generate awareness of a massive street concert in downtown Santiago with hundreds of young musicians, raising money for new instruments. Through this experience they learn more about the power of hope and resilience.