The following list of the New Seven Wonders is presented without ranking, and aims to represent global heritage.
In Juneau, Alaska, you can take a walk not just on, but in a glacier. That's right — inside the partially hollow Mendenhall Glacier is a surreal landscape of breathtakingly bright blue ice caves, accessible via hike, kayak, and a climb over the ice. You better get there soon, though, because this natural marvel is melting ... fast.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Indiana Jones, eat your heart out.
Algorithms determine the best day to fly—not the day of the week.
The world is full of ancient stone monuments, but have you heard about the mind-blowing underground churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia?
We've selected 5 unforgettable hiking vacations sure to lead you into the thick of your destination.
Extreme angler and underwater detective Jeremy Wade explores mysteries pertaining to man and animal in his new Science Channel show.
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.
The most endangered sound on Earth doesn't come from a near-extinct animal or an outmoded form of transportation — it's silence.