The world is full of ancient stone monuments, but have you heard about the mind-blowing underground churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia?
The most endangered sound on Earth doesn't come from a near-extinct animal or an outmoded form of transportation — it's silence.
Want to climb a mountain but don't know where to start? Discovery is here to help with five great mountains in North America that are great for beginners. These ranges range in difficulty from basic hiking to rock and ice climbing.
We've selected 5 unforgettable hiking vacations sure to lead you into the thick of your destination.
There's a place where colorblindness runs so rampant that it's known as the Island of the Colorblind. Learn more about the island where its inhabitants see in almost entirely black and white.
For more than a century, adventurous souls have sought the Lost Dutchman Mine, and since 1891, more than a hundred people have claimed to find it. But the mine remains shrouded in mystery, so much so that it might not exist at all.
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.
In the northernmost region of Finland, Lapland is the place to be to see a real winter wonderland... and Santa Claus!
"There are all different kinds of demons inside of people, some of them go easy, some want to negotiate, others want to fight."
The Pacific Northwest is known for its open spaces, and its vast beauty is easily explored by car.
Take a trip to explore Antarctica. It's not just a physical experience but a spiritual adventure that you won't forget.
The windswept, fairytale archipelago begging to be explored
There's more to the coastal town of Whitby than meets the eye. Hidden in Whitby's cottages and cobblestone streets lie legends and tales that inspired the famous story of Dracula. This led to the largest and spookiest festival around. Goths, ghosts, vampires, and ruins: Whitby has them all.
When you think of treasure hunters, it's typically Pirates of the Caribbean and Indiana Jones that come to mind. But modern-day treasure hunters do exist. In the coastal town of Lincoln City, Oregon, beachcombers flock to the sand in hopes of finding one very specific treasure: glass fishing floats.