Along the Moroccan coast lies Souss-Massa National Park, a coastal park that is quickly becoming an important area for protection of endangered animals in the Sahelo-Saharan region, such as the oryx and red-necked ostrich.
Over the course of two million years, the Gunnison River, along with Earth’s weathering forces, sculpted this incredible vertical wilderness of rock, water, and sky. Black Canyon of the Gunnison is both overwhelming and intimate in its beauty and grandeur. Sheer, precipitous cliffs, and rocks that have many stories to tell of Earth’s geologic history,Watch Now >>
Iguazu Falls are the most extensive waterfalls in the world. The water-world supports one of the most extraordinarily biodiverse reserves on the planet, feeding an astonishing variety of ecosystems. Further to the north, in the vastness of Brazil, is another focal point of the marriage between land and water – the Pantanal. The extensive diversityWatch Now >>
The sands of the Moroccan Desert rhythmically undulate across the vast ethereal escarpment. This immense landscape appears frozen for eternity, but it is not, as the dunes of the desert are ever being carefully shaped and transformed by the capricious winds of time.Watch Now >>