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.
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.
Take an exclusive behind the scenes tour of Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center and meet the sun bears and Asian black bears rescued from the Cambodia’s illegal wildlife trade, as well as numerous other species.
Khiri Reach’s project with the Minsontaung Wildlife Sanctuary in Myanmar to help save the Burmese star tortoise from extinction is proving a bit hit with visitors, keen to learn about this endangered reptile.
If you’re looking for an easy nature escape, only a few hours’ drive from Bangkok is Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park, famous for its hiking trails, multi-level waterfalls and limestone caves.
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.
Among the world’s most important ecosystems, Botum Sakor National Park offers visitors a window onto a world of pristine beauty where community-based tourism is helping to protect its future.
This new 5-day tour incorporates wild elephant encounters and responsible travel to an animal rescue center. Along the way there is cultural immersion in Thai markets and a relaxing beach resort.
Read how Mike explored Sri Lanka as a wildlife watching paradise for nocturnal leopards, breaching blue whales, swimming elephants and colorful birdlife!
The history of Laos is inextricably tied to their national emblem, the elephant. Learn how tourism can help protect and conserve these endangered animals.