Danni Washington is not only the face of Discovery Exploration, but she is also an ocean advocate and conservationist who has plans on how everyone can make a big impact.
Take a trip to explore Antarctica. It's not just a physical experience but a spiritual adventure that you won't forget.
A grassy plain in the Laotian highlands are home to thousands of huge, ancient stone jars. Visit Discovery.com to learn about the mysterious details that have puzzled researchers for decades.
The windswept, fairytale archipelago begging to be explored
The year was filled with amazing influential discoveries that rock the world of science.
Algorithms determine the best day to fly—not the day of the week.
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.
Learn about the more than 200 underwater cave systems that make Andros a scuba diving mecca at Discovery.com.
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.
When you think of treasure hunters, it's typically Pirates of the Caribbean and Indiana Jones that come to mind. But modern-day treasure hunters do exist. In the coastal town of Lincoln City, Oregon, beachcombers flock to the sand in hopes of finding one very specific treasure: glass fishing floats.
With a new decade comes new opportunities, and there’s no time like the present to start exploring parts of the world you’ve never dared to venture to before.
When you think about the most beautiful places in the world, you probably think of mountains or forests. Wait, your list didn't include any salt flats? Preposterous!
Join Discovery as we explore five of America's most extreme destinations: Denali, Alaska (highest peak); Death Valley, California (hottest, driest, and lowest); Prospect Creek, Alaska (coldest); Mt. Waialeale, Hawaii (wettest); and Paradise Visitors Center on Mount Rainier (snowiest).
Can we detect evidence of a prior advanced civilization?
Check out some of the female explorers of the world who have broken records and made history!