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.
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.
Can we detect evidence of a prior advanced civilization?
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.
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.
"There are all different kinds of demons inside of people, some of them go easy, some want to negotiate, others want to fight."
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.
From hairpin turns and sheer drops, here is a list of the world’s scariest roads. These terrifying drives will have your stomach churning.
Britain isn’t famous for its hiking but one mountain every climber should summit is Mt. Snowdon for extreme weather and breathtaking views.
From the pages of The Explorers Journal, climate change artist Enzo Barracco takes us on a remarkable journey into The Galápagos Islands, capturing the unique ecosystem that inspired Charles Darwin's groundbreaking work on evolution and natural selection.
Discovery.com unpacks the mysteries and myths long surrounding the Bermuda Triangle.
Sometimes, the art humans create pales in comparison to the works made by nature. The Marble Caves are one such marvel: erosion and light has turned geological formations into colorful works of sculpture.
With one click you can go from being under the sea to outerspace! Take a look below for a list of amazing places you can experience virtual wonder.
This well-preserved dinosaur has brought us closer than ever to understanding the ancient creatures.
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!