South Africa’s Cape might be just 0.5% of Africa’s landmass, but it has 20% of the continent’s plant species. And, oddly, they’re fascinating!
The art of bonsai is an ancient and very special tradition in Japan. At this museum, you can learn more about the beauty of the art.
Koyasan is one of the World Heritage Sites on the Kii Mountain Range of Japan. For the pilgrims a thousand years ago, it was a welcome sanctuary.
The snow has come early this year, turning the Black Forest in Germany white. Check out these images of the trees as the seasons change.
These stunning cliffs on the western coast of Ireland have become one of the country’s most-visited tourist sites. These photos should show you why.
Earlier reports that an apocalypse had struck in Ireland have proven to be false. This news organisation has confirmed the large flaming ball was the sun.
This spectacular cave in the Thai city of Phetchaburi is special not just because of the statues inside, but for the way they catch the light.
The Erawan Falls are on the most popular spots in all the national parks of Thailand. Just a short trip from Kanchanaburi, it’s a beautiful place to relax.
The Kew Gardens in London are much more than just a park. They’re at the centre of efforts to protect the world’s plant species.