Bill Bailey shares Alfred Russel Wallace's passion for wildlife and Indonesia.
Watch the trailer for Michael Palin's expedition to the largest South American country.
South Pacific captured some incredible imagery for the series.
Simon Reeve navigates along the Tropic of Cancer in this series of images.
Photos from Tribal Wives; the ultimate wife swap!
Nigel Marven saw some incredible wildlife in Colombia and here's the proof!
Simon Reeve’s voyage of discovery takes in the natural as well as the human world.
Celebrating the best of Africa, the second largest continent on Earth.
Central Asia includes Afghanistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
Revel in the very best Australia has to offer with this gallery.
Celebrate the best of India with these pictures of the world's seventh largest country.
See all kinds of underwater life with these pictures of fish and sea creatures.
See the best the USA has to offer with these pictures celebrating the land of the free.
Incredible images from one of the most sparsely populated countries on the planet.
A gallery of photos from the incredible human natural history series Human Planet.
Simon Reeve talks about what essential items he always packs in his suitcase.
Simon Reeve wants to share his passion for our planet with younger generations.
Simon Reeve tells about filming documentaries in a remote south Columbian park.
Bushcraft expert Ray Mears chats about his time filming tribes.
"Go out and be still...and let the wildlife come to you. Try to understand its world."
Simon Reeve talks about his close shave with a pack cheetahs.
See pictures of some of the world's most amazing mountains.
Think that to be an intrepid explorer, you need a Swiss bank account to match?
Eden is home to some top survival experts - don't leave home without our tips!
Getting close to the Madagascan locals can be an astonishing experience.
No year is complete without a long weekend in the Big Apple, the ultimate city.
Each year climbers ascend Great Gable in the Lake District for a memorial service.
October brings near-perfect post-monsoon weather for trekking in Nepal.
Discover a city of unparalleled antiquity revelling in its mix of old and new.
This spectacular feat of engineering is an iconic Australian landmark.
More than 50,000 camels and cattle are bartered at this livestock fair in India.
One of the world's most remote symbols of faith is hidden in the valleys of Afghanistan.
A visit to the island's 900 enigmatic statues is one of the world's great treasure hunts.
The Cuban capital offers an electric nightlife and much more.
This waterway in Botswana is home to hippos, elephants and 400 species of bird.
The 2200-mile Route 66 is one of the world's most iconic drives.
As with any mountain expedition, climbing Kilimanjaro is not for the faint-hearted.
Uluru is one of Australia's great symbols and a beacon for outback travellers.
Indonesia's most astonishing Buddhist monument.
The annual sixteen day beer festival is a rite of passage.
Delight in the magic of the medieval hilltop towns in Tuscany and Umbria.
Lonely Planet's Tom Hall gives his expert advice on travelling around Canada by rail.
Join the nighttime revelry in the birthplace of mbalax music.
Travel through fertile valleys, soaring mountains and raging rivers.
Witness the mystical ritual dancing of the whirling dervishes.
Celebrate at the last inhabited place on earth to see out each year.
Escape the crowds and soar above Luxor for a unique view of the city.
Get on your feet and learn the tango in its native land Buenos Aires.
The word volcano comes from the Italian island of vulcano, meaning "burning mountain".
Climb the three highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales.
One of Europe’s most notorious and dangerous annual shindigs.
One of the world's most exciting wildlife shows happens in Kenya at the end of July.
A land of giant icebergs, huge distances and endless snowfields.
Mongolia's greatest sporting festival happens every July.
Peru's fabled Inca Trail is the legendary hike to the ruins of Machu Picchu.
Hurtigruten ferries sail the Norwegian coast, travelling through breathtaking scenery.
Get on the river that runs through the Grand Canyon for the best experience.
Begin your quest for ancient glories in Egypt, Greece and Turkey.
Embrace the squelch of mud and the squeal of guitar feedback.
Monaco is at its best when the Formula One circus rolls into town.
No cages - just you and the world's largest primates, deep in the jungle.
Enjoy the atmosphere of a week-long party, fuelled by vodka and a carefree spirit.
In May thoughts turn to hurtling down a hill in pursuit of cheese.
Wind your way through the inhospitable terrain on trains, buses and on foot.
Nowhere is Holy Week observed with greater reverence than in Seville.
The world's biggest water fight is now tied to Thailand's New Year celebrations.
Unleash your inner Indiana Jones by taking on one of the world's great jungle treks.
In a continent that excels in the dramatic and wild, few sights surpass Victoria Falls.
Angkor is every inch the exotic Asian setting of your dreams.
Cargo vessels are the closest you can get to recreating the golden age of sea travel.
These remote, rocky islands are the Pacific’s biggest eco-tourist draw.
To venture here is to undertake a journey like no other.
Coming face-to-face with a Komodo dragon is an unforgettable experience.
Flower viewing mania in Japan peaks in March on Honshu.
With as few as 15,000 orangutans left in the wild, a personal encounter is magical.
Enjoy a bar scene unrivalled in the USA, amazing seafood and southern hospitality.
Party-goers in the know head to sizzling Salvador.
The city's biggest party of the year attracts performers from around the world.
Vietnam explodes into colour, noise and celebration for the lunar new year.
Seeing a tiger in the wild is a rare and unforgettable experience.
No visit to New Zealand is complete without spotting its spectacular marine life.
This annual celebration of music is inspired by traditional Touareg nomad gatherings.
There's no bigger event in the Ethiopian calendar than the celebration of Epiphany.
Getting to see the Northern Lights is a great challenge and a marvellous adventure.
Whether you want to go snowboarding, skiing or dog-sledding, Canada is for you.
Follow top travel writer Tom Hall's advice on how to get to the Antarctic.