Atom Araullo to host AXN’s newest travel show, ‘Adventure Your Way’

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 10:46 PM December 16, 2017

Atom Araullo. Image:Facebook/AdventureYourWay

Kapuso documentarist Atom Araullo will embark on yet another journey as he is set to host a travel show entitled “Adventure Your Way” to be aired on AXN.

The program is a weekly 30-minute travel show that explores new adventures in exciting destinations all across the Philippines.


Unlike other boxed formula for travel shows, “Adventure Your Way” allows viewers to shape the travel experiences of Atom by sharing their bucket lists on social media and completing their entries with the hashtag #AXNAdventureYourWay.

From these crowd-sourced ideas, Atom will head on to an exciting journey equipped with only his phone and social media as his guide.


From food to going to different destinations and trying on different activities, Atom’s adventure will rely solely on the hands of the netizens who wish to partake in his journey.

“Adventure Your Way” will premiere in February 2018 on AXN.

Not too long ago, Atom shocked the nation with his transfer to the from ABS-CBN to GMA.

The reason for his transfer was he would want to explore further opportunities in media work, such as production of documentaries. His first assignment in GMA was his highly-anticipated documentary on the “Philippine Seas.”

He was also made the fifth host of award-winning Kapuso documentary program “I-Witness.” He premiered in the show with his story, “Rohingya Crisis: Silang Kinalimutan.”



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