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The mighty Iguazu Falls

Straddling Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu is a towering mass of roaring water and churning spray that was recently named one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
01 May 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Birth and spread of the world’s national parks

How an American painter, US senator, a group of scientists and a naturalist started a movement that has never ended.
Read more… 27 April 2012


The ecology of the Everglades

Florida’s subtropical wilderness is home to nine different ecosystems, 15 threatened and endangered animal species and miles of beautiful scenery.
27 April 2012


Colombia’s prison turned paradise

Isla Gorgona, a wildlife-filled national park where humpback whales gather to mate, was once an inescapable jungle prison for Colombia’s most violent criminals.
Read more… 27 April 2012


Bring on the bucket list Boomers

As the largest generation in history ages into retirement, Baby Boomers are making their dream trips a reality. Here are some ideas.
Read more… 26 April 2012


Tanzania’s Mahale Mountains National Park

This remote national park in western Tanzania is home to forested mountains, white sand coves and crystal-clear waters, and is one of the best places in the world to see chimpanzees.
Read more… 26 April 2012


America’s best spring drives

Five US road trips take you through woodlands and small towns, around lakes and to historic mansions and museums.
25 April 2012


Europe’s wild network of Pan Parks

Only 12 parks, stretching from Finland to Georgia, meet the strict conservation requirements.
Read more… 23 April 2012


Starry-eyed in Chile’s Atacama Desert

With crystal-clear skies, high altitudes and low-to-zero light pollution, the driest desert in the world is a stargazing haven.
Read more… 18 April 2012


To the ends of the Earth

Discover the extraordinary wildlife and landscapes of South Georgia and Antarctica, as bewitching now as they were in the days of the early explorers.
17 April 2012


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