To call it "grand" is an understatement. The beauty within this natural park might bring a thousand descriptive words to mind, and "grand" is only one of them. Regardless, it's time to step inside, or perhaps fly above, this mystical crevice within the Earth.
Published 08/24/22
With seven rings to rule them all, Saturn has intrigued us Earth-dwellers for centuries. It's the only planet whose rings we can see from space. But beneath its beauty hides the chaotic mysteries of world so distant from our own, and the moons alone hold their own stories of the cosmos.
Published 08/02/22
With beauty and absolute awe, Yellowstone has made its permanent mark on planet Earth. Geothermal geysers send pillars of steam coursing through the skies, and limitless herds of animals graze just off the trails. You've heard about this famous park for years, and it's finally time you step inside.
Published 07/26/22
What lies beneath the Earth's surface? An endless scourge of heat and metal? Or an underworld of gods and advanced civilizations? This was the ultimate question 17th-century scholars tried to figure out. And what they came up with was closer to ancient mythology than reality.
Published 07/19/22
Where Red Rock buttes meet cloudless skies, Sedona is blessed by almost 300 days of nothing but sunshine. People flock from all over the world for outdoor adventures and beautiful landscapes. But there's more to this region than its unique landscapes; spiritual energy emanates from its core. And many hikers carry on with their pilgrimage to find the secrets of internal balance and self-reflection between the red rocks and waterways of Arizona.
Published 07/12/22
 If Earth is the most important cosmic entity for our existence, then the Sun is a close second. Without the Sun acting as the heart of our Solar System, keeping our orbit in order and giving life to the wilderness of Earth, our planet would be just another rock floating in space. Join us as we explore the life-giving star and its dangers that threaten the life it has given.
Published 07/05/22
The Canadian Rockies offer places to rest, trails to hike, and wildlife aplenty. And the deeper you travel into the dense forest surrounded by endless mountains, the more beautiful it gets. So take a step into the beautiful world of Banff National Park.
Published 06/28/22
The freezing, frigid, frosty ice caps of Antarctica only allow the most adaptive animals to survive its conditions. Without a thick layer of blubber or a group of friends to huddle with, not many survive. Although this continent might be one of the cruelest places on Earth, it also tells us about the health of the planet. One of the harshest places to survive is also the greatest mirror to our own survival.
Published 06/21/22
You’re willing to put up with the sweltering heat of Cambodian jungles so you can experience the breathtaking beauty of the wildlife and ancient ruins throughout the land. Its history runs deep, and its waterways run even deeper. And if you’re lucky enough, the god-kings will smile upon you on your journey through this humid paradise.
Published 06/14/22
The beginning and end of many reigns exist within the Yucatan. From the death of the dinosaurs, to the rise and fall of the Mayans, this peninsula’s history pairs with its boundless wildlife, geography, and what it means to survive on planet Earth
Published 06/07/22
From the highest mountains to the deepest waters, the ancient lands of Greece carry the mysteries of myth and history. With its beautiful countryside and dense cities of historic and cultural beauty, Greece captured the imagination of the rest of the world. It thrived in a time when philosophy was only a seed, and the concept of democracy was only a dream. And it took these ideas and planted them deep within its lands. Its cultural impacts have reached far and wide, and its wildlife is no...
Published 05/31/22
In the semi-arid climate of Moab, rain is gold. Many plants, animals, and micro-organisms lie in wait for a single raincloud to pass by. And as the rain blesses the traces of life throughout the desert, it also shapes the surrounding rock formations. Erosion cuts away at the hardened sediment like a patient sculptor, leaving behind some of the most beautiful formations on the planet.
Published 05/24/22
The freezing, frigid, frosty ice caps of Antarctica only allow the most adaptive animals to survive its conditions. Without a thick layer of blubber or a group of friends to huddle with, not many survive. Although this continent might be one of the cruelest places on Earth, it also tells us about the health of the planet. One of the harshest places to survive is also the greatest mirror to our own survival.
Published 05/17/22
Sacred temples and meditative peaks cover the countryside of Bali. Between its local farms and bustling cities, small scooters carve through the jungles, looking for the secluded places of meditation and awe. But these desired holy places come with protectors: the sacred guardian monkeys looking for mischief and mayhem.
Published 05/10/22
Near the crest of an Andean mountain, the mystical city of Machu Picchu dwells. Its stonework lies in perfect order, its buildings align with the almighty sun, but no one knows for certain what purpose it served the ancient Incans. Today, it stands as a beautiful sanctuary for wildlife and incredible sight-seeing, and its mysterious history adds an element of wonder and awe for everyone who climbs its steps.
Published 05/03/22
Tonight you will be whisked off to the beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park located in northern Colorado and spans the Continental Divide which encompasses protected mountains, forests, and alpine tundra. It is one of the most visited national parks in the country. With majestic peaks in every direction, wildlife roaming the valleys, and some of the most incredible outdoor adventures on the planet.
Published 10/18/21
Tonight you will be whisked off to The Great Pyramid of Giza in Ancient Egypt. It is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids at Giza, known as the Great Pyramid, is the only surviving structure out of the famed Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built for Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops, in Greek), Sneferu's successor and the second of the eight kings of the fourth dynasty.
Published 10/04/21
Tonight, you'll be whisked off to the Extraordinary Australian Outback which covers most of the Australian continent. The Outback regions extend from the northern to southern Australian coastlines and encompass several climatic zones. It is the home of the world's largest fence and has a very diverse animal population.
Published 09/20/21
Tonight we make our second journey into space and visit Mars! ​Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. It is a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere. It is also a dynamic planet with seasons, polar ice caps, canyons, extinct volcanoes, and evidence that it was even more active in the past. Mars is one of the most explored bodies in our solar system, and it's the only planet where we've sent rovers to roam the alien landscape.
Published 09/13/21
Come dive into one of the seven natural wonders of the world the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is a site of remarkable variety and beauty on the northeast coast of Australia. It contains the world’s largest collection of coral reefs, with 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish, and 4,000 types of mollusk. It also holds great scientific interest as the habitat of species such as the dugong (‘sea cow’) and the large green turtle, which are threatened with extinction.
Published 09/06/21
Tonight, you'll be whisked off to the sacred Sahara Desert the largest desert in the world. The Sahara is one of the harshest environments on Earth, covering 3.6 million square miles, nearly a third of the African continent, about the size of the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). The name of the desert comes from the Arabic word ṣaḥrāʾ, which means "desert."
Published 08/30/21
Tonight we make our first journey into space and visit the moon! The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite, circling the planet at an average distance of roughly 239,000 miles. With a diameter of just under 2,160 miles, the cratered surface of the rocky object is one of the most recognizable objects in the sky.
Published 08/23/21
Tonight, we head off on a relaxing safari into the African Savanna. The African savanna biome is a tropical grassland with warm temperatures year-round and with its highest seasonal rainfall in the summer. The savanna is characterized by grasses and small or dispersed trees that do not form a closed canopy, allowing sunlight to reach the ground. The African savanna contains a diverse community of plants and animals that interact to form a complex circle of life.
Published 08/16/21
Tonight we make the long journey to Siberia, Russia. A mystical land with all types of terrain and wildlife you won't want to miss this one.
Published 08/09/21