You don’t have to travel very far in Laos to find yourself off the grid, surrounded by rice fields, friendly rural villagers and breathtaking mountain scenery where time seems to stand still…
Known as the home of the former Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, Sumatra’s Gunung Leuser National Park is a World Heritage-listed tropical rainforest with the world’s largest population of Orangutans.
This unique tour into the rice fields of rural Laos is a wonderful opportunity to try your hand at plowing and learn about rice production, followed by a fascinating workshop in silk weaving and spinning.
This conservation-friendly experience takes you hiking and zip lining through the lush, leafy canopy of the Bokeo Nature Reserve to discover the illusive black crested gibbon, previously thought to be extinct.
Going on safari in Yala National Park is one of the most thrilling ways to experience the amazing abundance of wildlife in Sri Lanka – a biodiversity renowned for its elephants and elusive leopards.