The Legends of El Dorado: City of Gold (Full Episode) | Lost Cities with Albert Lin
National Geographic Explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Colombia to learn the truth behind the legends of El Dorado.
Meet A Giant Mountain Gorilla
Immerse yourself in the captivating presence of these majestic creatures as we delve into their habits, family dynamics, and the awe-inspiring landscapes they call home.
Visit Lake Hibara in Japan and see the stunning area from an aerial view.
Adventure Cat: Bao Zi
Bao Zi was so anxious her parents decided she needed some adventure in her life. What they never expected was...she’d become a swimming fanatic!
Rescued: Puppy Flies To New Home
Meet Brandon, the fluffiest pup on earth who lived on the streets. Luckily, Eliana spotted this fluffball and immediately knew that he needed to come home with her.
How Airplanes Fly
As Squeaks continues to prepare for his big trip on a plane, he and Jessi learn the science behind how airplanes fly!
My First Time On An Airplane
Squeaks has never been on a plane before, and he's a little nervous about it. Let's learn what it's like to go through the airport and to be on an airplane.
Treasure hunting has captured our imaginations for centuries. Draining the oceans reveals the richest wrecks ever found.
How Animals Fly
As Squeaks continues to prepare for his big trip with Jessi, Mr. Brown helps him learn all about different kinds of wings and how they help animals and machines fly!
Seeing The World Before Going Blind
These Montreal siblings are seeing the world before they go blind.
Machu Picchu 101 | National Geographic
Machu Picchu is a testament to the power and ingenuity of the Inca empire. Built without the use of mortar, metal tools, or the wheel, Machu Picchu stands as an archaeological wonder of the ancient world. But why was it built—and deserted?
Exploring Ciudad Perdida
Ciudad Perdida or "The Lost City" is high up in Colombia’s most isolated mountain range, the Sierra Nevada.
Harp Seal Pups are Losing their Homes I Our Frozen Planet I BBC Earth
On opposite ends of our planet, two remarkably similar stories are playing out... and what links them is our changing climate. Meet the scientists witnessing events unfold in these polar regions, and discover their hopes for a better future.
Tidepooling along the Pacific Coast | National Geographic
Nature’s incredible details take on new meaning for chef Melissa King as she joins National Geographic Photographer and Explorer Anand Varma to explore coastal tide pools and craft a recipe inspired by her discoveries. Paid Content for Mazda.
Best Animal Friends: Maggie & Frankie
Maggie the dog lives in a van with her best friend, a goat named Frankie — and they drive all over the world together to go on adventures!
Discover the world with Travel Kids!
Earth from Space: Glacier Bay
We explore part of the Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska, with Copernicus Sentinel-2.
Charlie, Kirby, and Patrick spend the night in a fire tower in western Montana to learn how forest fires are spotted.
Earth from Space: Lake Balkhash
The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Lake Balkhash, the largest lake in Central Asia.
The Giant Heads of Easter Island for Kids
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, is an isolated island off the coast of Chile with an amazing secret: hundreds and hundreds of giant stone heads
Orca (Big 5: Scotland)
Hannah Stitfall is in the Shetland Islands, on a mission to get a photo of one of the mightiest hunters of the sea - the Orca.