Learn about the world's longest pedestrian bridge at Discovery.com
Fire has been known for its powerful renewal energy for centuries and is used in both ancient and modern rituals and ceremonies.
A landslide a century ago created this bizarre scenery.
From the pages of The Explorers Journal, climb into a famed Texas “show cave” that has far more to reveal with Explorers Club fellow C. William “Bill” Steele.
Strap on your skies, buckle up your snowshoes and dust off your sleds. Here are the best and most beautiful spots in the US to head for powder.
Wild beaches, snow-capped mountains, dense woods, and lush rainforests can be found across America. But did you know that they can all be found within Washington’s Olympic National Park?
Join Discovery about 350 miles off the coast of Australia where we visit Ball's Pyramid. At 1,844 feet above the Pacific, it's the world's tallest sea stack; it's also one of the last dry remnants of a sunken content. The monolithic natural structure formed after years of erosion from an ancient shield volcano about 7 million years ago, and it's home to what is arguably the rarest insect in the world.
The Giant’s Causeway is known around the world for its beautiful interlocking basalt columns – over 40,000 of them in fact – which look out towards the stormy, gray North Channel.
In the northernmost region of Finland, Lapland is the place to be to see a real winter wonderland... and Santa Claus!
Tucked in the corner of the southwest of rugged England, lies one of the country’s most-loved gems – Cornwall. The county forms a peninsula fringed with golden sandy beaches, lined with towering cliffs, and dotted with picturesque fishing villages that harken back to days gone by.
This ancient structure has more sides than you think.
Get to know the six ancient Egyptian gods behind the latest DC Comics film Black Adam, starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, in theaters starting October 21.
More than half of Belize, a Central American country with as many as 2 million indigenous Mayan inhabitants, is covered in dense, sprawling jungle – meaning the region has adventures galore for any traveler wishing to explore.
If researchers can reach it, it could tell them important things about the early people who built it.
In honor of Women's History Month, celebrate the achievements of women around the globe and throughout history with us. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, we're spotlighting four women who broke boundaries in exploration, research, and science. This week, meet the world-renowned photographer, Carol Beckwith.