Tonight at 10|9c, Kevin Michael Connolly visits Fort Benning, GA, to train with the Army Rangers. From the obstacle course to water survival training, Kevin attempts things that challenge the strongest and the bravest — leading him to ask himself “Am I a quitter?”
And of course, this is Jump School, which means that Kevin must face his fear of heights … by jumping out of an airplane.
Will Kevin “be all he can be” in this boot camp? Tune in tonight to find out!
Also, don’t miss Kevin’s travel photo journal on TC.com!
Photography by Joel Santos / Aurora Photos
Amid a seascape of forests, precipitous cliffs and otherworldly rocks, this imposing beach (and surrounding park) is just a short drive from urban Lisbon. More »
Tonight at 9|8c, Andrew becomes one with the great outdoors, fishing, digging for stinkheads, hunting and more. Catch a sneak peek of tonight’s episode in our Alaska Pictures slideshow.
Plus, watch a clip from tonight’s episode: Andrew joins a local in Sitka, AK, who dives for abalone, sea cucumber and octopus!
Anthony travels to the tourist town of Negril, Jamaica, in hopes of fixing the issues plaguing the beautiful Gardenia Resort.
Anthony’s attempts to capitalize on the nearly 3 million visitors Jamaica gets every year. The Gardenia Resort’s current occupancy rate is at a shockingly low 5%, and the owner, Carlyle, is behind on his lease payments.
Anthony instantly becomes frustrated when the front desk agent tells him to do his own research to find local activities. After calming down, Anthony sets his sights on the dark and dreary lobby and his depressing room.
After his initial walkthrough, Anthony turns to interior designer Blanche Garcia to help brighten up the lobby and some of the guest rooms.
Finally, Anthony attempts to break the resort’s general manager out of his timid, soft-spoken shell by taking him on a field trip to Rick’s Cafe for some cliff jumping.
Will Anthony’s effort to transform Richard into a strong leader be enough to elevate the Gardenia Resort to the top echelon of Jamaica hotels? Find out on an all-new episode, tonight at 10|9c.
Plus, don’t forget to check out exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from Anthony’s trip to the Gardenia Resort.
Photography by Conrad Koh Samui
Coral reefs, bone-white beaches, and coconut trees define the landscape on Koh Samui, Thailand’s third largest island. More »
Photography by NICOLAS BRYANT / SAGAPHOTO / Aurora Photos
Choo-choo! Board a vintage train and be transported through Somme Bay. More »
Photography by MANIN Richard / Hemis / Aurora Photos
The walls surrounding the Old City of Dubrovnik are a reminder of its past as a medieval stronghold, designed to keep out marauding Turks. More »
Can you handle the lockdown? Tonight at 9|8c, the guys investigate a century-old theater that now houses a strip club. The dancers and the bouncers report encounters with malevolent spirits. Could they be the spirits of the janitors who died in the theater so many years ago? Also, Zak meets a psychic who truly terrifies him with what she knows.
See sneak peek photos, and check out Aaron’s Vlog below to see what happens behind the scenes:
At TravelChannel.com we publish hundreds of videos each month, so we asked ourselves: What gets the most play? Is it No Reservations, Ghost Adventures or simply beach videos all day, every day? Well, the results are in!
Check out the top 10 most-watched videos for February 2013.
Watch the No. 10 video: Ohio State Reformatory (Ghost Adventures)
What are our viewers’ top 10 favorite videos for March? We’ll tell you on April 1, 2013!
Jealous of your friends’ vacations? Find out how to combat this and more from this week’s roundup of our favorite travel blogs.
If you’ve been following recent tech news, you’ve heard about the new super-high-tech Google Glass prototypes. Could these headsets be a traveler’s best friend or a distraction? Peter Greenberg weighs in on these futuristic devices and how they could potentially help travelers.
You love hearing about your friends’ travel adventures, but at one point or another you’re bound to turn green with envy — especially when you hear about a friend’s sunny trip to Jamaica, when meanwhile you were digging your car out of the snow. Vagabondish offers their steps for overcoming this common travel problem.
It’s not often we get a glimpse of elephants, lions and zebras outside of the zoo. The Everwhereist took a once-in-a-lifetime safari through The Aquila Private Game Reserve in South Africa. She explains why it isn’t quite like The Lion King.
Spring is considered the best time for a ski vacation, so while many of us can’t wait for the warmer weather, skiers are looking forward to hitting those powdery white slopes. For the skiing enthusiasts looking to plan their next trip, check out the world’s best luxury destinations for spring skiing.
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