Australia’s rugged landscape will grow on you as you take in the country’s unique and interesting deserts and wetlands. Behold King’s Canyon’s and its rare plant life, and majestic Flinders Ranges. Explore magical Lake Eyre’s thousands of water birds, ancient Kakadu’s thundering waterfalls, and original Aboriginal rock art.
The eucalyptus forests of Blue Mountains National Park have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Blue Mountains received their name from the blue vaporous haze given off by eucalyptus forests that surrounded them. The stoic Three Sisters stand guard over the land, and have become the symbol of the Park. Abseiling, canyoning, hiking,Watch Now >>
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Join host Jeff Wilson and PBS award-winning photographers as they embark on a Swiss Alps train adventure. The wonders of the Alps exhilarate travelers as they travel through stunning scenic routes such as the iconic Matterhorn, a 14,600-foot peak that overlooks the charming town of Zermatt, Switzerland.Watch Now >>