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.
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.
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.
Join us for a bicycle adventure through the rural communities of east Bali, admiring ancient royal frescos, lunching with locals and discovering the weaving skills of indigenous tribes.
Remote mountain scenery, energetic trekking and helping Balinese people in underprivileged villages add up to a rewarding experience in responsible tourism.