The world’s longest cave system is a gargantuan labyrinth of 420 miles of twists and turns and nooks and crannies, with limestone travertine stalactites dripping from the ceilings.
Photographer and conservationist Ian Shive explores one of the lesser known National Parks, Pinnacles National Park, finding rare wildlife and extraordinary landscapes along the way.
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.
The Philippines is an island country in Southeast Asia, consisting of over 7,000 islands and islets. From rolling chocolate hills to caves and beaches for exploration, the Philippines has many places to explore and learn about!
Photographer and conservationist Ian Shive photographs one of the most remote and rugged parts of the United States to take us on a journey to Chaco Canyon in New Mexico's Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
Forget Chile’s Atacama Desert, or Hawaii’s Mauna Kea. A petrified forest in Colombia is where you want to go for the best stargazing on the planet.
To celebrate Black History Month, The Explorers Club is hosting a panel of speakers to share amazing stories of little-known exploits in Black history, adventure, exploration, escape, resilience, and survival. The panel streams live on Monday, February 28th at 7:00pm ET on explorers.org, their YouTube Channel, Facebook Live.
Funeral traditions around the world vary widely depending on cultural and religious practices, but they often use burial or cremation. Neither method is good for the environment, and green alternatives are gaining in popularity. Aquamation, or water cremation, is a low-carbon, less energy-intensive process that could replace both.
Arbore, Dassenetch, Karo, Konso... These are some of the most fascinating tribes from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia.
This little town is home to unimaginable experiments and technologies.
Drive 500 miles of stunning scenic roads and forget relying on GPS -- this road trip is for explorers only!
Commissioned in 1632, The Taj Mahal is one of the newest Seven Wonders of the World, and surprisingly no one knows who actually designed it.
During Women's History Month, we're celebrating the achievements of women throughout history and spanning the globe. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, we're spotlighting four women who broke boundaries in exploration, research, and science. Let's dig into the past with Anna Roosevelt.
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.
Nobody knows what happened to the pine trees in this strange and eerie forest. To date, it remains a mystery.