Let nature's wonder reveal itself, from mountain peaks penetrating the clouds to tiny rainbow-colored fish weaving between coral reefs.
You don't need to climb the 29,000 feet to the "Top of the World" to experience Mt. Everest's magnificence and beauty.
Africa's stunning desert sand dunes have been shaped by over 4 billion years of geological activity.
Costa Rica is home to one of the planet's most diverse ecosystems with a wide variety of habitats for wildlife.
More than 1,000 miles of backcountry hiking trails through Yellowstone lead travelers to steaming, bubbling hot springs.
The Great Barrier Reef is an underwater tropical paradise with amazing scuba diving and snorkeling.
Visitors to Redwood National Park feel awestruck by the enormity of the tallest and oldest trees on Earth.
The Galapagos Islands were named after the giant tortoises that bask on the sandy beaches.
Ireland earns its nickname -- 'The Emerald Isle' -- thanks to its lush green pastures and clear blue lakes.
Greenland provides the perfect backdrop for a true bonding experience with nature with stunning glaciers and icebergs.
Gran Sabana, between Venezuela and Brazil, is dominated by tepuyes, flat-topped mountains with steep vertical walls.