Known for its intricate history and cultural heritage, Vietnam is also blessed with a rich biodiversity that offers endless.
A perfect conical shape, Adam’s Peak dominates the skyline of southwest Sri Lanka’s central highlands, a sacred landmark that comes alive during pilgrimage season as devotees flock to the mountain.
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.
A wild mountainous region seldom visited by tourists, Doi Chiang Dao National Park is the ultimate destination for a wonderful 3-day trek to discover hill tribe cultures and the region’s endemic flora and fauna.
Well known as the home of the majestic Orangutan and other primates, Kalimantan, which comprises more than half of Borneo, offers all sorts of activities that take you deep into a jungle wilderness.
If you’re visiting one of Vietnam’s key travel hubs this year, Khiri Travel has some exciting alternative tours that take you off the well-trodden tourist trials to explore colorful local life, architecture and cuisine.
Join us for one of our Khiri Travel Signature Experiences to see such Sri Lankan highlights as colorful and vibrant Colombo, the wild lowlands of Yala, or the glittering southern coastline of Dondra Head.
For an alternative to Yala National Park, Sri Lanka’s most visited national park, there are at least ten other national parks in Sri Lanka that are also very worth visiting. They not only have fewer tourists, but also have other compelling reasons to be included on a holiday itinerary.
Best known for being the gateway to Komodo National Park, Flores’ stunning mountain terrain, volcanic lakes, dense jungle and isolated indigenous tribes offer all sorts of opportunities for adventure.
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.