Rio de Janeiro is a really big deal. Brazil’s most famous festival - or ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ as its organizers call it, attracts millions of people from all over the world to dance, enjoy music and party for days.
For decades, a story had circulated amongst locals in the Ozarks that Jesse James and his gang had hidden treasure from a bank robbery they’d carried out in 1874.
The windswept, fairytale archipelago begging to be explored
This castle is a real-life fairytale oasis.
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.
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.
Discovery and The Explorers Club join forces in the name of global exploration, science, and storytelling.
Biking could be one of the best things you can do for yourself.
Ocozocoautla de Espinosa is a small town that hugs one of the least-visited Natural Reserves in Mexico’s southernmost state of Chiapas and it may have a werewolf problem.
Danni Washington is not only the face of Discovery Exploration, but she is also an ocean advocate and conservationist who has plans on how everyone can make a big impact.
Fishermen in the South Atlantic will be able to cast their lines for black sea bass once more thanks to innovative new ropeless gear technology.
Carved into soft stone cliffs, the ancient sandstone city of Petra was built in the 3rd century BC by the Nabataeans. These people were a nomadic Arab tribe–Bedouins–who roamed the Arabian Desert in search of pasture and water for their herds.
We've selected 5 unforgettable hiking vacations sure to lead you into the thick of your destination.
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.