The stunning scenery and diverse cultural heritage of Flores, offer all sorts of possibilities for adventure, from trekking to see the island’s isolated indigenous tribes to scaling awe-inspiring volcanoes.
You don’t have to travel very far in Laos to find yourself off the grid, surrounded by rice fields, friendly rural villagers and breathtaking mountain scenery where time seems to stand still…
For an adventure off the well-worn tourist trails, head with us to the charming island of Koh Klang and meet the people of this lively fishing community, renowned for their unique handmade arts and crafts.
Whether you’re cruising one of the many rivers, bussing it, or renting a motorbike, traveling in Laos is always a thrill – a country with a spectacular topography that makes getting around a unique part of the adventure.
Northern Laos is mountainous, remote and difficult for road travel, but the reward of exploring this rugged area is proud ethnic people, stunning landscapes and enigmatic stone-age sites.
Travel to a tranquil area of limestone mountains in northern Laos to learn the true story of the Lao people’s survival during many years of a secret USA bombing campaign during the Vietnam War. The Viengxay Caves today are on the list of things to do for visitors to Laos.
Two beach resort islands off the southwest coast of Thailand at Ranong offer a slower pace of life. Located just north of Phuket Island, Koh Chang and Koh Phayam are small, friendly beach paradises.
Help us encourage travelers to go beyond Bagan and spread their support to Myanmar people. Due to serious drought in Bagan’s surrounding villages, a campaign to build water wells funded by donations and responsible travel was initiated by Khiri Travel Myanmar and our guests.
Members of our Cambodia team, recently traveled to the eastern province of Mondulkiri. They inspected a great off the beaten path place to encounter elephants and contribute to forest conservation.
Sales Manager of Khiri Travel Laos understands people come to Laos to experience rare and remote places and therefore try to “continuously innovate in new ideas and experiences.” Read more in the interview with Jason.