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Bouncing Around the World's Biggest Inflatable Park

Bouncing Around the World's Biggest Inflatable Park

Relive your childhood and bounce around the World's Biggest Inflatable Park known as Monster. At 1,000ft long and with 42 obstacles there's no escaping the fun.

The Shocking Secret Hidden in the Great Lakes

The Shocking Secret Hidden in the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes are the largest sources of fresh water anywhere in the world so you'll be shocked to know that hidden at the bottom of these vital sources are aging oil pipes.

Swimming in an Emerald-Green River in Switzerland

Swimming in an Emerald-Green River in Switzerland

This gorgeous Emerald-Green River is the ideal spot to go for a swim. The river can be found in Valle Verzasca, Switzerland where the water is so clear you can see the bottom of the river.

Swimming in a Pool Inside an Ocean

Swimming in a Pool Inside an Ocean

The La Parguera Nature Reserve in Puerto Rico has one very special feature you need to try, a swimming pool inside the ocean. Built by the government it's there for tourists to enjoy beautiful turquoise waters while at the beach.

Beautiful Hot Spot and Wave Pool All in One

Beautiful Hot Spot and Wave Pool All in One

Don't let the sun escape you, chase it to the Seitan Limania wave pool in Crete, Greece along the coastline of Akrotiri where you can enjoy the turquoise wave pool and natural hot spot.

How New York's Protected Bike Lanes Were Born

How New York's Protected Bike Lanes Were Born

In the early 2000's riding a bicycle in New York City was pretty much suicidal, that was until Janette Sadik-Khan came along. Janette decided to take a page from Denmark's playbook and changed New York's travel landscape.

The Stone Forest of Madagascar

The Stone Forest of Madagascar

Madagascar is known for many things but have you ever seen it's magical stone forest? Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve has one of the most unusual scenes in nature, a forest made of limestone.

Turning Hoover Dam Into a Giant Battery

Turning Hoover Dam Into a Giant Battery

Plans are in place to turn the Hoover Dam into a giant battery with the help of solar and wind energy. Take a look at how the complex system will work.

The Coastal Highway in Norway Costing Billions

The Coastal Highway in Norway Costing Billions

Norway is world famous for the natural beauty of it's rugged landscapes but it also poses problems for travel. See how Norway is building a coastal highway for $47billion to make getting around easier.

Petra's Spectacular Stone Monument

Petra's Spectacular Stone Monument

Petra in Jordan is world famous for it's incredible stone structures which have been around since the 5th century. Explore the beautiful crafted structures that have survived everything the world has thrown at it.

Britain'a Most Important Beach

Britain'a Most Important Beach

During WWII the beach at Porthcurno, Cornwall was considered the most important beach because of a telegraph cable that ran beneath it allowing Britain to communicate with the rest of the world.

150ft Water Slide Into the Sea

150ft Water Slide Into the Sea

If you're planning on taking a break to enjoy the sea then you'll want to head to the Bambuda Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama. Sitting in 14 acres of tropical rainforest it also features a 150ft water slide into the sea.

The Roller Coaster Designed for High Fives

The Roller Coaster Designed for High Fives

It's only natural to throw your hands in the air while riding a Roller Coaster but if you do it on this ride you might get an unexpected high five drive by.

Camping in a Clear Dome in New York

Camping in a Clear Dome in New York

This giant clear geodesic dome in New York woods is the ideal place to spend the night if you want to sleep under the stars but enjoy all the comforts of home.

Keeping Japan Safe From Floods

Keeping Japan Safe From Floods

Natural disasters are all too common these days that's why some countries are taking extraordinary measures to keep their people safe. See how Japan is protecting it's people from the threat of flooding.

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