Home to many languages, races and cultures, Sri Lanka is also a country with a rich biodiversity offering all sorts of opportunities for adventure – like these three unique and exciting ecotours.
Galle city on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, built by the Portuguese, is one of the region’s best examples of a fortified city with a fascinating synergy of colonial and native architectural styles.
Despite being landlocked, Laos is an important hotspot of biodiversity, with rolling jungle wilderness, rivers and mountain terrain that provide all sorts of opportunities for those seeking real adventure.
Our trek to see the Palaung people, a Mon-Khmer ethnic minority who live mostly in northern Shan State, gave us a real glimpse into their ancient culture which has survived in this region for centuries.
Vietnam’s rich culture has engendered a diverse range of artistic skills and generated a deep national pride for the arts among its people that has led to new movements and a rival of traditional crafts.