Central Sulawesi is just beginning to open up to tourism, a place of thick rainforests, stunning waterfalls and deep inland lakes, like Poso Lake, a vast pristine body of water surrounded by mountains.
Known for its intricate history and cultural heritage, Vietnam is also blessed with a rich biodiversity that offers endless possibilities for outdoor adventure; like safaris, treks and forays into wildlife-rich national parks.
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.
If you are fit, healthy, informed of the risks and have a spirit for adventure, then traveling by public bus in Laos is the best way to share a journey with local people; offering unique insight into their daily lives.
Experience Khiri Travel’s cross-border adventure – an unforgettable trip from the ancient Thai Kingdom of Sukhothai to Myanmar’s Hpa-An in Kayin State, passing through spectacular mountain wilderness.
If you’re looking for real eco-adventure then head to Lombok, an island dominated by spectacular Mount Rinjani, with some exciting opportunities for soft treks and other thrilling green tourism experiences.
Visit the awe-inspiring mountains of Bali’s north where immense volcanoes have created secluded giant lakes – a wonderful nature haven with all sorts of outdoor adventure activities for the family.
Known as the ‘Fire Mountain’, Mount Merapi in central Java is Indonesia’s most active volcano, which locals believe lies on a mythical axis that keeps our world and the spirit world in balance.
Being located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, and harboring around 130 active volcanoes, Indonesia is by far the most volcanically active place on the planet.
Laos might not have its own coastline, but its forested mountain terrain and limestone karst topography offer all sorts of possibilities for thrill-seeking outdoor adventurers and enthusiasts.