Travel with The Art Explorers as they successfully locate “the Big Five” of Africa, namely lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffaloes. Rest easy knowing that there are major conservation efforts taking place at Kapama Private Game Reserve to protect many of Africa’s wild inhabitants. In Kagga Kamma, travel to ancient grounds where they view 6,000-year-old cave drawings created by the ancient San people.
Arches National Park is an incredible landscape of earthern colors, vivid textures, and surreal landforms. With over 2,000 natural stone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins, and gigantic balanced rocks, this strong, yet delicately beautiful park, will touch your spirit.Watch Now >>
Above ground, the Chihuahuan Desert offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past as they witness ancient sea ledges that have been left exposed to the world. The desert landscape also offers great hiking opportunities through deep, rocky canyons. Hidden beneath the surface of the desert, however, exist more than 119 caves, a variety ofWatch Now >>
With a forboding name like Death Valley, one might overlook the fact that a surprising amount of life has found a niche here. The contrasts of this land can be mesmerizing; the towering peaks frosted with snow, or the rare rainstorms that bring the desert to life with equally-rare desert blooms of wildflowers.Watch Now >>
Witness the awesome creative power of the Colorado River, and its tributaries, by exploring the countless wild canyons and majestic buttes that they helped carve through the land. The park’s rivers divide it into four districts: Island in the Sky, The Needles, The Maze, and the rivers themselves. These four areas altogether share a primitiveWatch Now >>