Khiri Travel has partnered with WWF to provide a few tips for choosing sustainable and heartfelt gifts that won’t harm the animals or planet.
Tucked away between Inle Lake and Kayin State is Kayah, an isolated region of ethnic hill tribes with unusual traditions and customs.
Providing a professional service that is sensitive and receptive to the client’s needs is what makes the Khiri Travel experience unique.
Meet Mr Anh, Khiri Travel Vietnam’s top guide in Hue and a native of the city, who talks about its identity, its cultural influences, the importance of its arts, and things you won’t find in the guide books.
Nearly 40 years ago, when some of the first foreigners began traveling to the Indonesian Island of Lombok, a local English teacher was their first contact; today Mr Radiah is still welcoming visitors.
Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre not only helps to protect Cambodia’s wildlife, it is changing the way local people think about animals; an important step in saving endangered species from abuse and extinction.
Khiri Travel has announced four new destination products for ITB Berlin and a new sales and marketing partnership for the German market.
Kotagede, a historic neighborhood of Yogyakarta, is the perfect place to get lost in; wondering down its maze of alleyways, narrow streets, exploring what was once the splendor of Java’s Mataram Kingdom.
Khiri Travel celebrated International Environmental Day last month with all sorts of fun and games for kids, aimed at raising money for an orphanage looking after children with mental and physical disabilities.
Khiri Travel Myanmar’s unique trip links the ancient kingdoms of Bagan and Mrauk U via a challenging route that takes visitors to the far west of the country through the Chin and Arakan ranges.