South-East Asia’s wildlife includes some of the most famous...
...and most famously threatened animals on the planet. Asian elephants, orang-utans, tigers, gibbons and sea turtles are amongst the headliners, but hundreds of other species occupy Asia's diverse habitats.
These include riotously colourful coral reefs, rainforests that are millions of years old, mineral-rich rivers that flow all the way from Tibet, and arid islands where only giant lizards feel particularly at home, making opportunities to see wildlife in Asia almost as diverse as the species themselves.
Down the Indonesian archipelago, you can find chilled out live-aboard yacht trips to see (and possibly smell) Komodo’s ‘dragons’, sea turtle nurseries off Borneo’s north coast, and expeditions into the Sumatran rainforest to see orang-utans in their natural habitat.
Biodiverse Sri Lanka offers safaris through the island’s astonishingly healthy National Parks to see elephant migrations and the world’s densest leopard population There are numerous opportunities to see wildlife on on mainland Asia, too, like our kayaking trip through Cambodia’s unique Tonle Sap habitat.