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Luxury treehouse on Orcas Island in Washington state is truly a unique getaway.
The Kola Superdeep Borehole, an abandoned Cold War attempt by the Soviets to drill to the center of the Earth, stretches a third of the way through the continental crust.
The orange and yellow light from one of the world's most active volcanoes lures viewers to its edges.
The Irish countryside is a patchwork quilt of green.
While there are no remaining unmapped islands waiting to be discovered, these destinations live up to the deserted island lore.
Both experts and enthusiasts have provided theories about these strange places, but there is nothing concrete to satisfy the innate human desire to know the answer to the question: “Why is this here?”
From Hawaii to Brooklyn, we’ve scoured the country for the top beachcombing hotspots.
High-altitude slackliner Ari Delashmutt makes his way across a line rigged along an iconic, 350-foot natural pillar located in Oregon's Smith Rock State Park.
Forget settling down; this couple is busy creating memories around the world.
If this video doesn't make you want to get up and go see the world, we don't know what will.
Tourists travel the world to see these sites where phosphorescent waves light up the night.
There's nothing quite like witnessing a magnificent beach sunset from atop the hump of a massive camel!
Professional wilderness photographer Carl Battreall embarks on an ambitious mission to shed light on the rugged area.
From rooftop beehives to car-charging stations, here are the some of the most sustainable hotels in the U.S., according to TripAdvisor.
A man kicks up sand behind him as he runs down a dune on a hot June day in Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.
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