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THE AMAZING RACE 33 ROUTE

STARTING LINE: Huntington Library and Botanical Garden, San Marino, California, USA
LEG 1 (United States → Fiji) : Nadi and Mamanuca Islands, Fiji  | flight to Nadi, sign up a charter flight to Malolo Lailai Island and ferry to nearby islands before heading back to mainland
LEG 2 (Fiji → Australia): Melbourne, Australia  | flight to Melbourne
LEG 3 (Australia): Geelong and Queenscliff, Australia  | travel by marked vehicle across the countryside to Geelong
LEG 4 (Australia → Singapore): Singapore, Singapore  | flight to Singapore; tasks during the night leg inspired by Crazy Rich Asians
LEG 5 (Singapore → Thailand): Phuket, Thailand  | flight to Phuket using a provided Travelocity app to book one of two flights to Phuket with cultural inspired tasks like Muay Thai moves and untying a pontoon raft, plus searching oysters on the sea below
LEG 6 (Thailand → Oman): Muscat, Oman  | flight to Muscat with tasks in rural area outside of Muscat liek steepe mountains
LEG 7 (Oman → South Africa): Cape Town, South Africa  (rural) | flight to Cape Town and drive into a rural countryside (Paarl, Atlantis, etc.)
LEG 8 (South Africa): Cape Town, South Africa  (urban) | drive across Cape Town
LEG 9 (South Africa → Latvia): Riga, Latvia  | flight to Riga; teams would have a bungee jump task in Sigulda
LEG 10 (Latvia → Spain): Barcelona, Spain  | flight to Barcelona
LEG 11 (Spain → United Kingdom): Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick, England, UK  (via Birmingham) | flight to Birmingham and drive using marked cars to Warwickshire (Stratford-upon-Avon) and finish in Warwick
LEG 12 (United Kingdom → United States): Charlotte, North Carolina, USA  | transport to London Heathrow Airport and travel to Charlotte, North Carolina

FINISH LINE: Latta Plantation Park, Huntersville, North Carolina

5 continents, 10 countries and 34,000 miles with 2 new countries and 0 one-time visited countries with overdue places in Australia and South Africa, as well the state of North Carolina (first visit in the Race franchise)

The reason I posted it that Fiji and Latvia are very overdue. Fiji is in the crossroads halfway between U.S. West Coast and Australia that is famous for being the filming location of Survivor, and Latvia is the one of the Baltic countries remained unvisited in the Race to make the Baltic trio complete. Oman is also overdue that is being unvisited since season 17 and would be the first in HD era.

This route, I love it.

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I want season 33s finale to be in either Boston or the Yosemite Valley


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Leg 1: LA  to Busan, SK
Leg 2: Busan to Taipei, Taiwan
Leg 3: Taipei to Singapore
Leg 3: Singapore to Malaysia (No flight)
Leg 4: Malaysia to Melbourne
Leg 5: Melbourne to Perth
Leg 6: Perth to Cape Town, SA
Leg 7: Rural SA leg
Leg 8: Cape Town to Lagos, Nigeria
Leg 9: Lagos to  Madrid, Spain
Leg 10: Madrid to Lisbon, Portugal
Leg 11: Lisbon to San Juan, Costa Rica
Leg 12: San Juan to Nashville, TN

This was the course for 33 I came up with in the 32 thread. Since they're going to air two seasons filmed at the same time of year and they usually stick to more to tropical and southern hemisphere locations when they film in US fall, I tried to make it as different from 32 as possible. 32 is South America and South East Asia heavy so I'm trying to stick more to other parts of the southern hemisphere.

I assumed that both China and HK are off limits because of politics so I picked SK as the obligatory East Asian trifecta leg since they didn't go there in 32. 31 went to Japan so I picked a new SK city. Since they're not going to mainland China, I wanted a Mandarin-speaking country so I picked Taiwan.  Singapore would probably be the first NEL and they'd just ride the bus to Malaysia. It's been a long time since they've been to Australia so it seems like a no brainer.  South Africa hasn't been visited since 7 so it also seems like a no brainer. It's a thirteen-hour flight so I'd make this a NEL and the next leg non-international travel.

I can't believe they've never been to Nigeria, especially with Lagos being the biggest metro area on the continent. Without India or HK, this could be their chance to do the movie type tasks they love.  I picked the Iberian countries because they're a lot less popular destinations than the other Western European countries. One of them would be the last NEL. Costa Rica hasn't been visited since 8 (lol) and they haven't been to a tropical rainforest country this season so it seems like a fit. Nashville has never been an end and there's a lot they could do but with 31's finale being music heavy, it might seem a bit repetitive.

I'd maybe add a second new country but I've got a lot of places where they haven't been in at least ten years.

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Leg 1: Portland, USA --> Wellington, New Zealand
Leg 2: Wellington, New Zealand --> Melbourne, Australia  <Head To Head>
Leg 3: Melbourne, Australia --> Alice Springs, Australia    (Non-Elimination Leg)
Leg 4: Alice Springs, Australia --> Mandalay, Myanmar     [Double U Turn]
Leg 5: Mandalay, Myanmar --> Thimphu, Bhutan             .Fast Forward.
Leg 6: Thimphu, Bhutan --> Nairobi, Kenya                     (Non-Elimination Leg)
Leg 7: Nairobi, Kenya --> Kitale, Kenya                           
Leg 8: Kitale, Kenya --> Budva, Montenegro                    [Double U-Turn]
Leg 9: Budva, Montenegro --> Bled, Slovenia                   .Fast Forward.
Leg 10: Bled, Slovenia --> Schwarzwald, Germany           (Non-Elimination Leg)
Leg 11: Schwarzwald, Germany --> Bolívar, Venezuela
Leg 12: Bolívar, Venezuela --> San Francisco, USA
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TAR 33

Leg 1 - New York City, NY to Dublin, Ireland
Leg 2 - Dublin, Ireland to Oulu, Finland
Leg 3 - Oulu, Finland to Kajaani, Finland
Leg 4 - Kajaani, Finland to Cairo, Egypt
Leg 5 - Cairo, Egypt to Suez, Egypt
Leg 6 - Suez, Egypt to Baku, Azerbaijan
Leg 7 - Baku, Azerbaijan to Astana, Kazakhstan
Leg 8 - Astana, Kazakhstan to Karaghanda, Kazakhstan
Leg 9 - Karaghanda, Kazakhstan to Beijing, China
Leg 10 - Beijing, China to San José, Costa Rica
Leg 11 - San José, Costa Rica to Cancún, Mexico
Leg 12 - Cancún, Mexico to Malibu, California

(US -> Ireland -> Finland -> Egypt -> Azerbaijan -> Kazakhstan -> China -> Costa Rica -> Mexico -> US)

TAR 34

Leg 1 - Los Angeles, California to Guayaquil, Equador
Leg 2 - Guayaquil, Equador to Macará, Equador
Leg 3 - Macará, Equador to Tumbos, Peru
Leg 4 - Tumbos, Peru to Tokyo, Japan
Leg 5 - Tokyo, Japan to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Leg 6 - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia to Dzuunmod, Mongolia
Leg 7 - Dzuunmod, Mongolia to Delhi, India
Leg 8 - Delhi, India to Nairobi, Kenya
Leg 9 - Nairobi, Kenya to Nakuru, Kenya
Leg 10 - Nakuru, Kenya to Budapest, Hungary
Leg 11 - Budapest, Hungary to Porto, Portugal
Leg 12 - Porto, Portugal to New York City, NY

(US -> Equador -> Peru -> Japan -> Mongolia -> India -> Kenya -> Hungary -> Portugal -> US)
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With people getting upset about Big Brother using animals in competitions, I could see TAR using less and less animals in the future as well.
Which means, we will never get Pig or Jig 4.0 whenever TAR returns to the Philippines (and decides to leave Metro Manila).  :'(

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I feel like there's a difference between BB, where people are tackling sheep or shoving around snakes, and TAR where, aside from the stuff involving elephants, it's usually 'lead this animal' or 'milk this camel'.

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LEG 1 -> Miami, Florida to Kingston, Jamaica
LEG 2 -> Morant Bay, Jamaica
LEG 3 -> Morant Bay, Jamaica to Mexico D.C, Mexico
LEG 4 -> Mexico D.C, Mexico to Bergen, Norway
LEG 5 -> Bergen, Norway to Monte Carlo, Monaco
LEG 6 -> Monte Carlo, Monaco to Dakar, Senegal
LEG 7 -> Saly, Senegal
LEG 8 -> Saly, Senegal to Moscow, Russia
LEG 9 -> Moscow, Russia
LEG 10 -> Moscow, Russia to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
LEG 11 -> Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Sapporo, Japan
LEG 12 -> Sapporo, Japan to Honolulu, Hawaii

(US -> Jamaica -> Mexico -> Norway -> Monaco -> Senegal -> Russia -> Malaysia -> Japan -> US)

LEG 1 -> Los Angeles, California to Melbourne, Australia
LEG 2 -> Melbourne, Australia to Seoul, South Korea
LEG 3 -> Goyang, South Korea
LEG 4 -> Goyang, South Korea to Delhi, India
LEG 5 -> Delhi, India to Minsk, Belarus
LEG 6 -> Sienica, Belarus
LEG 7 -> Sienica, Belarus to Maputo, Mozambique
LEG 8 -> Boane, Mozambique
LEG 9 -> Boane, Mozambique to Brussels, Belgium
LEG 10 -> Lovaina, Belgium
LEG 11 -> Lovaina, Belgium to Panama City, Panama
LEG 12 -> Panama City, Panama to Houston, Texas

(US -> Australia -> South Korea -> India -> Belarus -> Mozambique -> Belgium -> Panama -> US)
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Theme routes!

Most visited countries in every countinent. A classic TAR route!

LEG 1 -> Miami, Florida to Panama City, Panama
LEG 2 -> Panama City, Panama
LEG 3 -> Panama City, Panama to Córdoba, Argentina
LEG 4 -> Córdoba, Argentina to Lyon, France
LEG 5 -> Lyon, France to Tangier, Morocco
LEG 6 -> Casablanca, Morocco
LEG 7 -> Casablanca, Morocco to Kolkata, India
LEG 8 -> Delhi, India
LEG 9 -> Delhi, India to Shanghai, China
LEG 10 -> Shanghai, China to Perth, Australia
LEG 11 -> Perth, Australia
LEG 12 -> Perth, Australia to Los Angeles, California

Least visited countries in every countinent.
In the case of tie, it counts as least pit stops OR longest time span.

LEG 1 -> Miami, Florida to Kingston, Jamaica
LEG 2 -> Kingston, Jamaica to Montevideo, Uruguay
LEG 3 -> Montevideo, Uruguay to Punta del Este, Uruguay
LEG 4 -> Punta del Este, Uruguay to Tunis, Tunisia
LEG 5 -> Tunis, Tunisia to Helsinki, Finland
LEG 6 -> Porvoo, Finland
LEG 7 -> Porvoo, Finland to Budapest, Hungary
LEG 8 -> Vác, Hungary
LEG 9 -> Vác, Hungary to Kuwait City, Kuwait
LEG 10 -> Kuwait City, Kuwait
LEG 11 -> Kuwait City, Kuwait to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
LEG 12 -> Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia to Los Angeles, California
Freedom is a lonely road.

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For a premiere leg I wanna see them go to Gold Coast! They start off with a movie themed ARI at a film studio, then they fly by helicopter to Southport Spit (area of marine world) and have a flyboarding roadblock. Then they either travle by jet boat or jet ski to Surfers Paradise where they get their clue from a famous meter maid then find the pitstop!


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TAR 33

Newly revised route

Starting line: LA Live (overlooking Microsoft Theater and Staples Center), Los Angeles, California
Starting line task: Search a postcard located from thousands of seats inside Microsoft Theater depicting the first destination city
Leg 1: Los Angeles, California, USA 🇺🇸 to Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺
Taxi to LAX and take a Qantas flight to Melbourne
First location: Flinders Street Station
Pit Stop: Shrine of Remembrance

Leg 2: Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺 to Geelong, Australia 🇦🇺
Transport to Southern Cross railway station and take a train to Geelong, then self-driving across the town
Pit Stop: Kardinia Park (aka GMHBA stadium; a purpose stadium for Australian rules football aka footy)

Leg 3: Geelong, Australia 🇦🇺 to Zhuhai, China 🇨🇳 (via Guangzhou)
Take a train to Zhuhai railway station (just around China-Macau border)
Pit Stop: Meixi Royal Stone Archway

Leg 4: Zhuhai, China 🇨🇳 to Phuket, Thailand 🇹🇭
Transport to Guangzhou, then flight from Guangzhou to Phuket (via Bangkok)
Pit Stop: Karon View Point

Leg 5: Phuket, Thailand 🇹🇭 to Singapore 🇸🇬
Flight from Phuket to Singapore
First location: Mount Faber Park
Pit Stop: Gardens by the Bay

Leg 6: Singapore 🇸🇬 to Doha, Qatar 🇶🇦
Flight from Singapore to Doha, then self-driving across the country
First location: Aspire Tower
Pit Stop: Al-Zubarah Fort

Leg 7: Doha, Qatar 🇶🇦 to Savanne District, Mauritius 🇲🇺
Flight from Doha to Mauritius (via Paris-CDG), then self-driving towards the rural countryside
Pit Stop: Gris Gris Beach

Leg 8: Savanne District, Mauritius 🇲🇺 to Port Louis, Mauritius 🇲🇺
Self-driving to the urban central part of the country in between Vacoas-Phoenix and Port Louis
Pit Stop: Blue Penny Museum, Caudan Waterfront

Leg 9: Port Louis, Mauritius 🇲🇺 to Cape Town, South Africa 🇿🇦
Flight from Mauritius to Cape Town, another self-driving leg
Pit Stop: Castle of Good Hope

Leg 10: Cape Town, South Africa 🇿🇦 to (Gran) Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷
First location: Estancia La Republica, Lujan, Buenos Aires Province
Flight from Cape Town to Buenos Aires (via Johannesburg-OR Tambo and Sao Paulo-Guarulhos)
Pit Stop: Row from Tigre Rowing Club to Tigre Art Museum

Leg 11: Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷 to Lima, Peru 🇵🇪
Flight from Buenos Aires to Lima on a noon flight; late afternoon and night leg
Pit Stop: El Campo de Marte

Leg 12: Lima, Peru 🇵🇪 to Nashville, Tennessee, USA 🇺🇸
Flight from Lima to Nashville on a provided flight with a connection in Dallas-Fort Worth
Final challenge: The Parthenon. Involves to locate a scale of world map of the countries have visited during the race inside the building along with its respective flag in order (that includes extra flags as decoys).
Finish Line: Belle Meade Plantation

5 continents, 10 countries and 36,000 miles with 1 new country, 5 new cities and 3 revisits to underused cities in travel on a westward route.

Continents: North America → Oceania → Asia → Africa → South America → North America (Europe would be skipped in more than 30 seasons due to fight of cold winter)

Countries: United States 🇺🇸 → Australia 🇦🇺 → China 🇨🇳 → Thailand 🇹🇭 → Singapore 🇸🇬 → Qatar 🇶🇦 → Mauritius 🇲🇺 → South Africa 🇿🇦 → Argentina 🇦🇷 → Peru 🇵🇪 → United States 🇺🇸

Due to having an updated filming date for TAR 33 now being pushed to Winter 2020 (around January-February), I decided to revise into mostly Southern Hemisphere route.
« Last Edit: August 28, 2019, 10:15:22 AM by claude_24hrs »

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I really want to see capital Croatia

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TAR 33

Newly revised route

Leg 1: Los Angeles, California, USA to Melbourne, Australia
Leg 2: Melbourne, Australia to Geelong, Australia
Leg 3: Geelong, Australia to Zhuhai, China (via Guangzhou)
Leg 4: Zhuhai, China to Phuket, Thailand
Leg 5: Phuket, Thailand to Singapore
Leg 6: Singapore to Doha, Qatar
Leg 7: Doha, Qatar to Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 8: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 9: Cape Town, South Africa to El Calafate, Argentina (via Buenos Aires)
Leg 10: El Calafate, Argentina to La Paz, Bolivia
Leg 11: La Paz, Bolivia to Lima, Peru
Leg 12: Lima, Peru to Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Due to having an updated filming date for TAR 33 now being pushed to a later date, I decided to revise into mostly Southern Hemisphere route.

Why another visit to the Pearl River Delta instead of another region of China.

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TAR 33

Newly revised route

Leg 1: Los Angeles, California, USA to Melbourne, Australia
Leg 2: Melbourne, Australia to Geelong, Australia
Leg 3: Geelong, Australia to Zhuhai, China (via Guangzhou)
Leg 4: Zhuhai, China to Phuket, Thailand
Leg 5: Phuket, Thailand to Singapore
Leg 6: Singapore to Doha, Qatar
Leg 7: Doha, Qatar to Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 8: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 9: Cape Town, South Africa to El Calafate, Argentina (via Buenos Aires)
Leg 10: El Calafate, Argentina to La Paz, Bolivia
Leg 11: La Paz, Bolivia to Lima, Peru
Leg 12: Lima, Peru to Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Due to having an updated filming date for TAR 33 now being pushed to a later date, I decided to revise into mostly Southern Hemisphere route.

That's the kind of classical route i love!
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TAR Australia 4 Wishlist

Starting Line: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Leg 1: Sydney, Australia- Auckland, New Zealand
Leg 2: Auckland, New Zealand- Wellington, New Zealand
Leg 3: Wellington, New Zealand- Honolulu, Hawaii
Leg 4: Honolulu, Hawaii- Alaska, United States
Leg 5: Alaska, United States- London, United Kingdom
Leg 6: London, United Kingdom - Madrid, Spain
Leg 7: Madrid, Spain - Casablanca, Morocco
Leg 8: Casablanca, Morocco - Marrakesh, Morocco
Leg 9: Marrakesh, Morocco - Doha, Qatar
Leg 10: Doha, Qatar - Tokyo, Japan
Leg 11: Tokyo, Japan - Hiroshima, Japan
Leg 12: Hiroshima, Japan - Gold Coast, Australia

Finish Line: Surfers Paradise Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
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Do you guys know how to delete posts? I would like to delete this one.
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TAR 33 Wishlist

Starting Line: L.A. Live, Los Angeles, Calif., United States

Leg 1: Gold Coast, Australia
Leg 2: Hamilton Island, Australia
Leg 3: Lombok, Indonesia
Leg 4: Bangkok, Thailand
Leg 5: Doha, Qatar
Leg 6: Port Louis, Mauritius
Leg 7: Garden Route, South Africa
Leg 8: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 9: St. Moritz, Switzerland
Leg 10: Barcelona, Spain
Leg 11: Birmingham & Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
Leg 12: Boston & Cape Cod, Mass., United States

Finish Line: Some resort or golf course on the Cape

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Does anyone know how to make a map of an Amazing Race route like Wikipedia style? I really want to make some.

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TAR 33: eventually edition

START: Los Angeles, CA (La Brea Tar Pits)
LEG 1 to Yasawa Islands, Fiji (fly to NAN; charter flights to Yasawa Islands)
LEG 2 to Gunung Palung, Indonesia (fly to PNK; taxis to Gunung Palung)
LEG 3 to Singkawang, Indonesia
LEG 4 to Singapore (this COULD be a two-day long ferry ride but would more likely be a short flight)
LEG 5 to Stepantsminda, Georgia
LEG 6 to Frankfurt, Germany
LEG 7 to Baden-Baden, Germany (full driving leg from Frankfurt to the Black Forest)
LEG 8 to Malkerns, Swaziland
LEG 9 to Johannesburg, South Africa
LEG 10 to Punta del Este, Uruguay
LEG 11 to Buenos Aires, Argentina
LEG 12 to Santa Fe, NM (Pecos National Monument)
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Updated post # 4510 with major country changes at that post above


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Re: TAR Wishlist - locations, routes, twists, teams, tasks & dreams!**NO SPOILERS**
« Reply #4520 on: September 01, 2019, 05:58:04 AM »
Pre-Leg: Oxnard, California, USA
Leg 1: USA to Shanghai, China
Leg 2: China to Lombok, Indonesia
Leg 3: Lombok to Jakarta, Indonesia
Leg 4: Indonesia to Singapore, Singapore
Leg 5: Singapore to Lucarno, Switzerland
Leg 6: Switzerland to Budapest, Hungary
Leg 7: Hungary to Warsaw, Poland
Leg 8: Poland to Bilbao, Spain
Leg 9: Bilbao to Granada, Spain
Leg 10: Spain to Havana, Cuba
Leg 11: Havana, Cuba
Leg 12: Cuba to Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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Re: TAR Wishlist - locations, routes, twists, teams, tasks & dreams!**NO SPOILERS**
« Reply #4521 on: September 17, 2019, 12:51:24 AM »
TAR US TEAMS WISHLIST:
Katherine Kallinis-Berman & Sophie Kallinis-LaMontagne (DC CUPCAKES)
Yoahi Sudarso & Peter Sudarso (POWER RANGER BROTHERS)
Dominic "D-Trix" Sandovol and Bethany Mota (DATING)
Michelle & Amanda Babin (ANTM TWINS)

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A few years ago I designed a leg for Eritrea, thinking it would never happen. But now that Ethiopia and Eritrea have kissed and made up (Abiy Ahmed even snagged a Peace Prize for it), Asmara might be worth a visit.

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TAR US TEAMS WISHLIST:
Katherine Kallinis-Berman & Sophie Kallinis-LaMontagne (DC CUPCAKES)
Yoahi Sudarso & Peter Sudarso (POWER RANGER BROTHERS)
Dominic "D-Trix" Sandovol and Bethany Mota (DATING)
Michelle & Amanda Babin (ANTM TWINS)
The Sudarso Bros would be fun. Then there would be the connection as well for TAR22/24 Meghan to go from TAR to Power Rangers while the Sudarso Bros (where Peter was on the same team as Meghan) to go from Power Rangers to TAR.  :cheer: