The trees in the Redwood Forest aren’t like any trees you’ve seen before.
On the border between these two African nations is the world’s largest waterfall, stretching more than 5,000 feet.
The northern lights, which are also called the aurora borealis, are made when sun particles hit the earth's atmosphere and turn into dancing lights in the sky.
Grand Canyon National Park is located in northern Arizona along the Colorado River, whose waters carved out the rock to form the gorge we know today.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa and the largest free-standing (not part of a mountain range) mountain in the world.
Visitors can’t help but be in awe of the world’s largest coral reef system.
While most glaciers are shrinking due to global warming, Patagonia's Perito Moreno Glacier is unique because it continues to grow.
This vibrant, multi-colored spring is a highlight for anyone who makes a trip to Yellowstone National Park.
The Sahara is the largest desert on Earth, covering an area roughly the same size as the entire United States.
The remnant of evaporated prehistoric lakes, Salar de Uyuni is an impressive natural wonder.