The main idea behind all of our products is to allow visitors to authentic and far away from mass tourism and helping local families.
While the travel industry slows down, our sustainability teams plan to continue many of our green initiatives from 2019 that aim to reduce waste.
Khiri Reach promotes community-based tourism projects that create jobs and promotes culture.
Khiri Travel becomes the first DMC in Southeast Asia to be Travelife certified in all its offices.
Cross-border road trips are the perfect way to take in the rustic beauty of the Laotian mountain ranges.
Our team is committed to local, community-based projects that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Untouched islands of Flores, Indonesia are the perfect place to snorkel, relax on a beach, or go hiking. Komodo dragons are also quite the spectacle!
2019 has been a big year for sustainability at Khiri Travel with Travelife audits and collaborative ecotourism initiatives.
As Myanmar is developing quickly, 17 million rural villagers still need clean water. Khiri Reach is working with locals to set up water wells.
Polonnaruwa, an ancient city in northern Sri Lanka, is a must-see landmark with many Buddhist relics from the 11th century.