Catch a glimpse of the goings-on at the base from this picturesque view.
This exotic beach is invisible from the outside.
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.
This underwater brine pool in the Gulf of Mexico is no vacation spot.
"There are all different kinds of demons inside of people, some of them go easy, some want to negotiate, others want to fight."
If aliens ever visit Planet Earth, Yemen’s “Dragon’s Blood Island” is probably where they would make their first contact.
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.
This area is one of the last uncharted places left on the map.
Discovery.com unpacks the mysteries and myths long surrounding the Bermuda Triangle.
Most people know that Tanzania is home of the Serengeti and an amazing diversity of wildlife. The country is made up of 430 species of wildlife and 17 national parks. But did you know that it’s where 51 million people call home as well?
This renowned hiking destination is not for the faint of heart.
When to go, what to see, what to pack and more.
Take a private tour of NYC’s American Museum of Natural History from home!
Adventure into Victorian England with rickety bridges and vertical climbs across a 19th-century mine.
Whereas other colored lakes often get their hues from certain species of bacteria, Mount Kelimutu's lakes are a bit more mysterious.