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Here are some fascinating geothermal wonders from around the world that aren't suitable for swimming, but they're undeniably sublime to observe from a distance.
More than 4,000 deadly snakes call this tiny 110-acre island home, including one species with venom that can 'melt human flesh.'
Thousands of fish swim among the escalators in this surreal flooded mall in Thailand.
Here's a glance at the breathtaking variation of landscape and geography found within just a few of Canada's most amazing national parks.
For those willing to take the risk, these pathways pay off with stunning vistas.
During Europe's warmer months, this ancient fortress comes to life with greenery.
The landing pad was originally built by the town of St. Paul in Alberta, Canada to attract tourists both from this world, and from afar.
Every spring, a carpet of wild bluebells engulfs the floor of the Hallerbos, a 1,360-acre ancient woodland near Brussels.
Explore the many sights you see on Trail Ridge Road, from the green valleys to the snow-capped mountaintops.
Some people consider the beach the ultimate vacation spot. But if you're not one of them, these spots might just win you over.
A trip to this gorgeous island located off the coast of Georgia is a rewarding experience for people who are passionate about nature, history and conservation.
Brazil hosts soccer's quadrennial global tournament this summer, with 11 match sites extending beyond Rio.
Talk about using your downtime productively!
These incline railways range from precipitous mountainside crawls to unique underground excursions. Aside from fantastic views, they give riders a look at transit history.
Here are 10 "Game of Thrones" locations that are worth visiting whether or not you follow the show.
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