The world is full of ancient stone monuments, but have you heard about the mind-blowing underground churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia?
In Juneau, Alaska, you can take a walk not just on, but in a glacier. That's right — inside the partially hollow Mendenhall Glacier is a surreal landscape of breathtakingly bright blue ice caves, accessible via hike, kayak, and a climb over the ice. You better get there soon, though, because this natural marvel is melting ... fast.
Britain isn’t famous for its hiking but one mountain every climber should summit is Mt. Snowdon for extreme weather and breathtaking views.
Constructing this tower was a major feat of engineering.
Learn about the world's longest pedestrian bridge at Discovery.com
In the middle of Mongolia sits a graffiti-covered monument known as Taikhar Chuluu. Surrounded by flat plains for miles, this giant rock really stands out, and a number of legends have arisen to explain its presence. One involves a wrestler and a giant snake, and another involves star-crossed lovers.
Updated June 25, 2020 On June 17th, ocean rower Lia Ditton set off on a 20 ft. long rowboat, alone and unsupported, in an attempt to set the fastest ever time for a solo crossing from San Francisco to Hawaii.
The most endangered sound on Earth doesn't come from a near-extinct animal or an outmoded form of transportation — it's silence.
For those of you who have already got your telescopes packed, here are some of the world’s best destinations to make you feel truly humbled.
There's a place where colorblindness runs so rampant that it's known as the Island of the Colorblind. Learn more about the island where its inhabitants see in almost entirely black and white.
This picturesque lake in northern Tanzania is harsh enough to burn anything that touches it. Unless, of course, you're one of the select few species adapted to thrive in it.
The following list of the New Seven Wonders is presented without ranking, and aims to represent global heritage.
In the northernmost region of Finland, Lapland is the place to be to see a real winter wonderland... and Santa Claus!
The project, called Ridge to Reef, has become a highly controversial initiative despite being led by the UN’s development program.
This little town is home to unimaginable experiments and technologies.