We have a tendency to fight the unknown but what if everything you ever wanted was beyond it?
A question almost never asked. Let's take this chance to define it ourselves.
An inside look at Russia's remote and wild Kamchatka Peninsula.
In our pursuit of the iconic, we often miss the heart and soul of the places we travel to, the places admired by locals.
Aerial Cinematographer Karim Iliya captured some jaw dropping aerial footage over the settlements and icebergs of East Greenland.
This massive Arctic island has some of the world's most dramatic glaciers, icebergs, and wildlife, all without the massive tourist numbers seen in Iceland.
If you look at a map of Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula, you will quickly notice it is much closer to Anchorage than Moscow, and this is true in more ways than geography.
The polar regions are some of the most sparsely populated on the planet, with most communities having between several dozen and several thousand people.
Every year hundreds of humpback whales gather in the shallow, warm waters off the coast of Tonga to breed and raise their young.