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.
Visitors to Indonesia often overlook Flores Island, but it is actually a wonderful destination located just beyond Bali.
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.
Situated in western Cambodia’s Koh Kong Province across Kompong Som Bay from Sihanoukville city is Botum Sakor National Park, the largest national park in Cambodia.
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.
Surrounded by mountains, Gal Oya National Park’s pristine ecosystem remains undiscovered by most tourists; a place of rare beauty that only a few fortunate travelers get to explore.
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.
Discover the unique murals inside Wat Ming Muang in Nan Town – one of the must-see in the province. Famous for its elaborate ubosot with beautiful carved stucco exterior.
In Chanthaburi town itself we wander around the historical riverside alley that somehow still reflects French colonial influence.