The journey concludes in Tokyo in the Season 1 finale. Also: The men release aggression in a karate class; Jetta gets miffed having to wear traditional Geisha gear; and a ladies' night spins out of control when frustrations spill out on the streets.
The travelers jet to Japan, their final destination. Here, Heather displays her softer side in a Tokyo owl café, an emotional Michelle spends her first Mother's Day away from her son, and it dawns on Jared that he might not be able to handle Misty.
Questions fly about a men's night out as the travelers set sail on a Bangkok river. Also, dramas spike between Misty and Jared, the Georgia Boys participate in a "Ladyboys Show," and group members go face-to-face with the elephant.
Steven spreads a wild rumor, much to Michelle's chagrin, as the travelers depart Sri Lanka. The action then shifts to Bangkok, where the men head to the Red Light District, leading Misty to question her new boyfriend.
The travelers seek relaxation in Galle, Sri Lanka, but a tantric-yoga session turns awkward. Then, Michael and Steven celebrate Michael's birthday with a Sri Lankan family, and Jared clashes with Heather for refusing to go to a local tea plantation.
The travelers enter Sri Lanka, but it isn't a smooth welcome when Michelle lashes out at Brandon on a crowded bus. Meanwhile, Amy reaches out to former best pal Heather, and Jenna disapproves of being the third wheel to Misty and Jared.
The group remains in East Africa, where the twins are split up for the first time and some travelers voyage through the jungles of Rwanda and encounter mountain gorillas. Also, the group explores Maasai culture; Amy returns from her sickness in Morocco.
The group lands in Marrakech, Morocco, to begin their journey in the series premiere of this travel-reality show about three tour guides and a group of strangers taking a globe-trotting trip. Also: A playboy sets his sights on estranged twin sisters.