In ART WOLFE'S TRAVELS TO THE EDGE, internationally acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe continues his work as an artist, teacher, advocate and guide by inviting viewers to experience remote, awe-inspiring locations across the planet. Over the course of his 30-year career, Wolfe's stunning pictures have interpreted and recorded the world's fast-disappearing wildlife, landscapes and native cultures. During the series, Wolfe's curiosity, hope and enthusiasm serve him well as he explores spectacular glaciers, stunning deserts, colorful rainforests, remote mountain peaks, important tribal gatherings and untouched habitats. High Definition images reveal the beauty and wonder of locations including Patagonia, Peru, Bolivia, Alaska, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Madagascar, Nepal, India and South Georgia Island.
Art journeys to one of the earth's most extreme environments-the high, rugged and remote Altiplano.
The beautiful, protected waters in southeast Alaska are filled with islands and bays rich with wildlife.
Torres del Paine Park in the far southern Andes of Patagonia is remote and inaccessible.
The remote Katmai Coast is the largest intact stretch of uninhabited coastline left in North America.
Eighty million years ago, Madagascar split off from Africa.
America's Serengeti? Wilderness or wasteland? Art rafts down the icy Kongakut River to document America's last pure and untamed wilderness.
It's a place where clouds conceal rare birds, animals blend into the forest, predators hide in the shadows and native peoples are disappearing.
East Africa is a vast stage on which the circular, never-ending journey known as the Great Migration has played out for millions of years.
Rugged Patagonia offers Himalayan-quality drama in a small package.
The American Southwest is a geological time machine.
Allahabad and Varanasi are India's holiest river towns.
Lying between wind-ravaged Cape Horn and Antarctica, South Georgia Island is an icy oasis with an abundance of wildlife.
Ethiopia is like no other place in Africa. Some of the isolated animist tribes who have lived there for centuries are still unaware that they reside in a country called Ethiopia.
The image many of us have of Japan is congested and kinetic.
Australia's Northern Territory is an immense, untamed wilderness as brutal as it is beautiful.
It is a fabled land of sand, salt and nomads. But Mali is more than the Sahara; it is a place where the Niger River flows past some of Africa's most unique tribal and architectural wonders.
It is spring on the Antarctic Peninsula and the frozen wilderness is a veritable nursery for penguins, shore birds and seal pups.
Located in the heart of South America, the Pantanal is the world's largest wetland and home to one of the densest concentrations of wildlife on the planet.
West Africa is the birthplace of Voodoo; in Togo and Benin ancestors commingle with the living.
New Zealand's extreme beauty is central to its identity.
Beyond India and Nepal's crowded cities lie precious remnants of wild Asia where tigers, rhino and bear still roam.
Both an ocean oasis and isolated desert, the northern part of the narrow Baja peninsula is home to a surprising variety of plant and animal life.
Known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan has survived in isolation for more than a thousand years.
Ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world with a renowned photographer? In episode eleven, take a behind-the-scenes peek and go along on one of Art Wolfe's adventures.
Known for its arid steppes, skilled nomadic horsemen and Genghis Khan, a visit to Mongolia feels like a trip back in time.
A land of geysers, glaciers, volcanoes and rough-hewn coastlines: Nowhere else on Earth do the four elements collide in such dramatic fashion as in Iceland.
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