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.
Rivers in the Balkans are largely free-flowing, unlike other bodies of water on the continent. They are home to endemic species of fish, provide habitats for birds, and a playground for watersport daredevils.
This amazing cave also houses an impressive eco-system.
Arbore, Dassenetch, Karo, Konso... These are some of the most fascinating tribes from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia.
Be prepared to be wowed by this unique island country.
Bucky gets lucky with a new fossil discovery. A North Carolina State University paleontologist finds his dream fossil in the sands of the New Mexico desert.
Today, The Explorers Club, a non-profit world leader in exploration, and Discovery Channel announced the first class of awardees to receive approximately a quarter of a million dollars collectively to fund their expeditions. Let’s meet The Explorers Club Discovery Grant awardees.
As International Women's Day approaches on March 8, we're celebrating Women's Month and the achievements of women throughout history and across the globe. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, we're spotlighting four women who broke boundaries in exploration, research, and science. First up, let's dive in with Dr. Sylvia Earle.
From the pages of The Explorers Journal, Michael J. Manyak, M.D., FACS, underscores the importance of understanding how COVID-19 can affect certain wildlife populations, including the most vulnerable ones.
Marvel at these awe-inspiring places from around the world.
There's just something really thrilling about a place with a dark and mysterious past. Take La Isla de las Muñecas, for example. An island covered with decaying old dolls strung up in trees is pretty creepy on its own — even before you get to the dark origin story.
Perched on the dramatic coast of Italy, just north of Pisa, there are five small hamlets, known collectively as “The Cinque Terre”.
Can we detect evidence of a prior advanced civilization?
What’s the secret behind these magnetic hills? Are they really magnetic? Well, there are a few interesting theories. While most locals claim that these hills have a magnetic force that is strong enough to pull cars uphill, others are more skeptical.
When you think about the most beautiful places in the world, you probably think of mountains or forests. Wait, your list didn't include any salt flats? Preposterous!