Despite what some researchers call the "Jaws effect", sharks aren't actually as dangerous as people think. Shark diving lets people see it for themselves.
We had a walk down the strip and asked people why they got the tattoos they got.
This weekend getaway featured a two-headed goose, a guy dressed up as a sexy goat and some light chanting.
I came to see lights. Instead I only saw clouds and disappointed people on a windy beach. So I asked them why they'd come.
"I've seen everything from gangland turf wars to drunken fools thinking they can take on seven-foot-tall bouncers."
But also a great day out if you want to be reminded that you can be vaporised in a matter of seconds.
In the last two decades NASA reported nearly 600 exploding meteorites, many as large as 18 meters, rattling the thermosphere like dynamite. Is anyone worried about that?
A critical ingredient in concrete, glass and microchips, sand is a hot commodity – and in Morocco, illegal extraction costs the government $1.1 billion in unpaid taxes.
For more than a century, the Maasai have been corralled into smaller and smaller pieces of land in order to conserve the environment and precious animals – and to make room for deluxe suites and armies of tourists.
I asked a couple of experts just how polluted the Romanian coastline is.
Locals feel the recent influx of tourists is starting to change the city, from shops catering to visitors rather than residents, to naked Italians and drunk men dressed as bananas passed out in the streets.
Playing Ludo and cooking coke in the Colombian town of San Augustin.
A Vipassana is a silent prison that you enter of your own free will. You can't talk, read, use your phone, or masturbate, until you've finished ten days of meditating for ten hours each day.
During the so-called "Secret War", the US dropped more than 2 million tons of ordnance on Laos, equivalent to a planeload of bombs every eight minutes, 24 hours a day, for nine years.
The village may have only housed around 35 permanent residents, but it skewed pretty heavily towards neo-Nazis and extremists who are mostly members of the far-right NPD political party.
Marc Pointud will spend two months in Tévennec – a place marred by legends of death, insanity and ghosts.
Lifting up giant piles of dirt with a massive metal bucket makes you feel like God in a hi-vis jacket.
Working nightshifts in a Barcelona hostel is a parallel universe of drugs, booze and horny Scandinavian teenagers with second-degree sunburns.
VICE Japan talked to Masaya Kudo, a Japanese right-wing activist, about his philosophies and concerns about the movement's ties to organised crime.
Though the Nigerian military has won victories against the notoriously violent militants, refugees displaced by the violence are still struggling to repair their lives.
In Romania, stacking up the car with Tupperware is a way to boast about your social status.
Every Tuesday, the people of Titu meet up to show off their horses and terrorise them a little.
The group fought against the Ukrainian Army until their commander was thrown in jail in November by the Donetsk People's Republic, the Russian-aligned government he was fighting alongside.
In Uganda, only 19 percent of the population has access to toilets that are not shared and that protect them from direct contact with waste – conditions which poses a serious threat to women's health and safety.