From the twins who travelled to find a place to play to scissor dancers in Peru.
A family take their two nonverbal autistic toddlers to an "ultra-accessible" theme park.
The tiny island where 500 people live on land the size of a football pitch.
The trip is designed to warn people about the dangers of illegal crossings say owners.
What is potentially the largest group of WW1 shipwrecks could become a nature sanctuary.
Will an international airport help or hinder Providencia?
Are these Canadians more Scottish than the Scots?
The seas around Bermuda have more shipwrecks per mile than any other place.
Surfing community fights tide of building on Chilean coast
Bermuda is using robot technology to control the population of venomous lionfish.
Ade Adepitan is in Bermuda for the America's Cup and meets Sir Ben Ainslie.
Christa Larwood visits Constitucion seven years after it was hit by a quake and tsunami.
Hidden VIP exit at hotel used by used by the Kennedys
Alberta boasts two of the world's largest dark sky preserves among its national parks.
Carmen Roberts meets some of Peru's traditional acrobatic dancers.
Why scientists are studying whales off New York's coast
The BBC Travel Show looks at how a guide helped black travellers during segregation.
How an artist is turning ancient Native American rock art into laser images.
Carmen Roberts visits Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
The ancient city of Kuelap is centuries older than the Inca civilisation.
Adventure tourism is arriving in northern Peru.
Carmen Roberts visits a bear sanctuary in Peru.
The event where people tell true first-person stories in front of an audience.
Ayo Akinwolere tries out a section of the 2016 Olympic Games course.
Barbers compete to produce the best haircuts and artistic designs
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