A journey into Slovenia’s wine country

Cave networks used by medieval knights, sunlit rolling hills filled with family run vineyards and towns atop vast wine cellars – Slovenia’s landscape offers a rich cultural tapestry to explore.

Welcome to South Korea's Jeju Island

Manjanggul Cave is a volcanic natural wonder — and it's not the only way to have an adventure on South Korea's Jeju Island

Thousands of People Live in These Ancient Spanish Caves

The Sacromonte and Guadix caves in Granada have been occupied for centuries. See what life there is like today.

This Japanese Cave Creates a Heart Shape With Sunlight

See how sunlight creates the image of a shining heart in this cave in Japan. It happens near the spring and autumn equinoxes when the morning sunlight passes through the arch of Japan's Kameiwa Cave.

Explore the World's Largest Underwater Cave

The world's longest underwater is located near the city of Tulum, on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. The discovery connected two previously known flooded caves into one 215-mile-long stretch. The cave holds an important large fresh water reserve that supports great biodiversity. Hundreds of archaeological sites exist in the cave, including evidence of America's first settlers, Mayan culture, and extinct animals.

Dunhuang: Mogao Caves

A cultural crossroads, the point at which the Silk Road split into northern and southern routes, Dunhuang's Mogao Caves contain a treasure chest of riches, as our Digital Nomad finds.

Top 5: Cave churches

Forget gazing at steeples and spires that reach for the heavens, these subterranean places of worship have a raw beauty that really rocks

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