Khiri Travel Blog
A conservation project in Kanchanaburi Province is not just returning commercial land to its wild state, it is the last wildlife corridor for animals to pass between the Salakphra Wildlife Sanctuary and the Kwae Yai River, writes Koen Olie.
Southeast Asia is well known for its ubiquitous and varied means of transport, and in Laos the mighty Mekong River is one of the best ways to see its rural villages, ancient temples, and stunning mountain landscape.
It’s not often you get to experience a foreign city from the perspective of its locals, but in Kandy, Sri Lanka’s last capital of ancient kings, you can do just that with Khiri Travel’s tour seen through the eyes of your local family hosts.
Explore Koh Pdao by bike one of the largest islands in the Mekong River, a place without roads, where community spirit is strong and visitors find themselves constantly invited by friendly locals into their homes.
A spectacular region known for its trekking, the Danu Trails is a network of hiking routes in Myanmar’s Shan Hills that is home to pristine forests, rural valleys and the friendly isolated communities of the ethnic Danu people.
Our hotels for June have all been selected by members of the Khiri Travel team, who have first-hand experience staying at these lodgings – located in some of Southeast Asia’s most alluring destinations.
From abundant wildlife and stunning mountain scenery to thrilling hikes and captivating boat rides, Khao Sok National Park is an adventure haven that is a great destination for thrill-seeking families.
Trek with Khiri Travel to Jahoo Gibbon Camp, deep inside the Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, a forest paradise for some of the most endangered species of gibbon and other primates in the world…
Discover the ‘local face’ of Colombo on our walk and tuk-tuk ride – exploring the backstreets and alleyways of this fascinating metropolis – an enlightening adventure into one of the world’s most friendliest cities.
Cycling through rural countryside on a bicycle – surrounded by emerald-green rice fields and friendly local people – is a truly refreshing and relaxing experience that reveals the true face of rural Laos.