Asia’s stunning and diverse landscapes...
...range from conveniently accessible to far, far beyond the reach of modern infrastructure, and many of them offer superb light adventure travel opportunites.
Instead of travelling through Cambodia by car, you could do it entirely by bike. Perhaps you’re more inspired by trekking to meet remote hill-tribes in beautiful northern Myanmar, or a safari in Sri Lanka's long-forgotten Gal Oya National Park.
If that sounds too much, there are shorter adventures nearer to the cities - Vietnam’s Cat Tien National Park, for example, is full of wildlife and well signposted trails, ideal for introducing the family to tropical wildlife without venturing too deep into the wilderness. Combine a thirst for adventure with a love of temples by camping in the jungle amongst Angkor Era ruins, or head to one of our lesser known diving spots for a privileged glimpse underwater.
If you love to get out on the water, you could try a few days sailing in Myanmar's magnificent Myeik archipelago, or if you'd rather keep sight of land there are many opportunities for great kayaking, like Vang Vieng in Laos, or Cambodia's Tonle Sap.