Spend 3 amazing days exploring and admiring the beautiful landscapes at Mount Bromo and Ijen Lake in the East Java island of Indonesia! Tour price starts from SGD $1,001 per person inclusive of return airfare on Silkair.
We invite you to join us on our two day walk through the grassland and tropical forests that clothe the ancient Sembalun caldera and to camp the night in a hidden valley on the lower slopes of Mt. Rinjani, the second highest volcanic peak in Indonesia. Mt. Rinjani is sacred to Sasak and Balinese people and renowned for the challenging Rinjani Trek. This beautiful nature hike wanders through the hills, providing an unforgettable Rinjani experience for the less ambitious walker.
Mt Ramelau at 2,963m is the highest mountain in Timor- Leste. On a typical day its peak floats above the clouds providing the most spectacular sunsets and sunrises over the north and south coasts. Trekking to the summit takes about 3 hours from the highland village of Hato Builiko.
Bario in the Kelabit Highlands of Sarawak is a favourite optional trip for those keen on jungle trekking; with no roads in or out of Bario, you have to go as everyone else does – on foot! The cooler climate and hilly landscape combined with the friendliness of the people make this a memorable trip.
Beijing, Jing for short, is the nation’s political, economic, cultural and educational center as well as China’s most important center for international trade and communications. One finds pockets of Old Beijing life not far from the multitudes of new developments springing up in this rapidly developing metropolis, giving Beijing a flavor that is distinctly its(…)
The Old Elephant Trail was once a very busy trade route over the mountains between Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai. It was established around 1831 but was abandoned when roads were built in the 1950s and is now one of the more remote trekking routes in Northern Thailand.
This week-long programme focus on two of Indonesia’s most iconic features: temples and volcanos. Traveling overland from Jogjakarata to the island’s east coast, you’ll visit Borobudor, Prambanan and temples along the central plateau as well as Mount Bromo and Mount Ijen. The journey winds through tea and coffee plantations and rural villages, providing views of some of Java’s most beautiful areas.
From Yangon, fly northwards to Putao into the remote Kachin State. Surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas and filled with rivers and densely forested terrain this is nature at its best. The next 3 days of your Myanmar luxury tour will be filled with fantastic excursions and unforgettable encounters with nature and the area’s hill tribes.
This scenic trek through the river valley of the Dudh Kosi, brings you to the traditional Sherpa villages of Namche, Khumjung and Khunde and the monastery at Thyangboche. You will meet the Sherpas, enjoy their world renowned hospitality and witness how life continues very much as it has done for centuries.
The Everest Region has arguably the most dramatic scenery in the world and, with flights making the area easily accessible, it is possible to reach the heart of the mountains within a few days. This family trek is taken at a leisurely pace, allowing plenty of time to sit back and enjoy the sensational mountain views and the company of our Sherpa hosts.
The Kokoda Track was the scene of some of the bloodiest conflicts in the Second World War. Today it is one of the world’s classic overland walks. Crossing Papua New Guinea’s mighty Owen Stanley Range, this is an arduous trek – only suitable for the fit, adventurous and prepared. >/em>
The Ghorepani trek is a colourful, short foray into Nepal’s most popular trekking area – the Annapurna region. The trail winds through patchwork valleys, dense mossy forests and past icy waterfalls. You will be rewarded with close-up views of the giant Dhaulagiri and Annapurna massifs throughout the trek. Take time to also get to know the local cultures like Gurung, Thakaliand Magar.
Journey into a land relatively untouched by tourism, and one of the world’s newest democracies – Timor-Leste. We climb mountains, explore villages and cross into the Wetar Strait for a privileged view of the sights and sounds hidden in this emerging nation.
The very name “Everest” draws wide attention. But the world’s highest mountains, their glaciers and moraine are not the only features in this unique National Park. The Solu-Khumbu region is also home to the famous Sherpa people and their ancient culture and religion. The chance of seeing rare flora and fauna is also high.
The Annapurna Sanctuary is a natural amphitheatre formed by the giant Annapurna massif, with its gate being the deep gorge between the Hiunchuli and Machapuchare peaks. The views are, needless to say, breathtaking.
We call this the Highest Trek in the World, going to extreme altitude taking you as close to the summit of Everest as any nonclimber can go. You must be fit and tough, we camp in difficult conditions. Even being fit, there is still a chance of altitude sickness affecting you meaning that you may(…)
Spend two days at the incredible Eagle Festival in Western Mongolia. Witness competitions based on the speed, accuracy and agility of these magnificent Golden Eagles, as well as other exciting traditional Kazak games. We live with and get to know Kazak families while they participate in this celebration, as well as spending time in the beautiful remoteness of the Altai Mountains.
Discover the fascinating world of Northern Laos with an authentic Akha Experience tour. This unique excursion is designed for the intrepid and open-minded traveller with a keen sense of adventure and eagerness to participate in sustainable tourism. Trekking deep into the highlands, participants get to experience ethnic hill tribe culture in its rawest and most authentic forms amidst sweeping sceneries of verdant vegetation growth and cascading waterfalls. Trekking deep into the highlands, participants get to experience ethnic hill tribe culture in its rawest and most authentic forms amidst sweeping sceneries of verdant vegetation growth and cascading waterfalls.
Mt. Ramelau, the highest peak in Timor Leste at 2,963m, offers views of the north and south coasts on a bright clear day. Trekking to the summit takes about 3 hours from the highland village of Hato Builiko. Atauro Island a 90-minute boat ride from Dili boasts an untouched environment dominated by Mt. Manucoco where the peak’s lower slopes and hills form a patchwork of farms where the residents are clustered. The Island offers a relaxing atmosphere and a taste of old Timor
A haven for sunbathers and spelunkers alike, the Southern Philippines are a thrill to discover—both above-ground and under. Blessed with miles of pristine, uncrowded beaches, intriguing caves and the two-tiered Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, the Palawan province is perfect for travellers eager to try their hand at a variety of experiences in an underexplored part of South East Asia.
While we can’t possibly show you all of them in just eight days, this journey through the country’s northern half will feel more than comprehensive enough. Up here, you’ll discover the arresting inland beauty of Luzon, known for world-famous (and incredibly picturesque) terraced rice paddies. Elsewhere, you’ll be treated to a first-person encounter with the unique hilltribe culture that dominates the region, learning about witchcraft and healing arts from a bona fide medicine man.