Meet J. Robert Harris, a marketing consultant and social scientist by profession and a true explorer by heart. He's been exploring remote parts of the world for 50 years. Using personal anecdotes and archival images, J.R. draws from his own expedition experience and spotlights the struggles and triumphs of Black explorers throughout history and those who forge ahead today.
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.
"There are all different kinds of demons inside of people, some of them go easy, some want to negotiate, others want to fight."
Take an outdoor adventure through Guatemala's most mysterious, magical lake.
Israel is a country packed full of history and culture. Head out on an adventure to discover ancient ruins, crumbling monasteries, and lush oases.
Go swimming with the sharks. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, learn how photographer Amos Nachoum finds zen to capture the ultimate apex predator on camera.
The African country of Madagascar boasts plenty of wildlife, but it also features the world's largest stone forest. Some of the limestone peaks reach as high as 2,600 feet, and the nature reserve is home to several unique endangered plants and animals including lemurs.
Adventure seekers travel from around the world to drive and cycle Bolivia's 43-mile "Death Road." Visit Discovery.com to learn what's so dangerous about it.
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.
While filming Shipwreck Secrets, Michael Barnette and his team believe they have located the SS Cotopaxi, a cargo ship that vanished without a trace almost 100 years ago. Shipwreck Secrets premieres Sunday, February 9 at 8p ET on Science Channel.
A grassy plain in the Laotian highlands are home to thousands of huge, ancient stone jars. Visit Discovery.com to learn about the mysterious details that have puzzled researchers for decades.
Take a trip to explore Antarctica. It's not just a physical experience but a spiritual adventure that you won't forget.
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.
The year was filled with amazing influential discoveries that rock the world of science.
Learn about the more than 200 underwater cave systems that make Andros a scuba diving mecca at Discovery.com.