|Andaman Island Hopping and Koh Mook Homestay|
Explore the untouched nature of the Andaman Sea at Koh Mook with island hopping and snorkeling at Koh Kra Dan. Visit the Emerald Cave by small boat and trek to the open roof of the cave.
|Bo Hin Fishing Farmstay|
Visit a traditional southern-style hand-weaving community at Baan Na Muan Sri. Experience a local farmstay in the Sikao Estuary and island hopping and snorkeling in Koh Kra Dan. Explore the Emerald Cave by small boat and participate in the local mangrove and sea grass reforestation project before returning to Krabi.
|Chiang Mai Trekking and Biking|
A combination of 2 days trekking and a full day of biking, visiting a Black Lahu village with overnight at a homestay. Sleeping in a tree house on second night at Baan Mae Mea and joining with the local people of this remote area in their daily activities and learning about their farming way of life.
|Chiang Mai's Country Byways|
Three wonderful days of cycling beside the Ping River, along back roads and through the hills of Northern Thailand. Visit Sri Lanna National Park, sleep on a raft house and in a tree house. Meet the local people and some of their elephants.
|Chipat's Trails by Boat and Trek|
Leave Phnom Penh far behind and travel by bus and boat into this remote part of Cambodia. Watch the sunrise over the jungle and spot the wildlife as you boat and trek your way to your jungle camp.
|Exotic Tribal Homestay & Nature Trek|
Starting the trip from Mae Hong Son or Pai, drive along the mountain roads and trek in the miraculous limestone mountains to see the pre-historic coffin cave. Enjoy local homestay with Black Lahu and Shan people.
|Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya, the Leisurely Way|
Explore by bicycle some of Kanchanaburi’s historical highlights and then take the back roads to an organic farmstay and experience real community farming. Continue towards Ayutthaya by minibus and come to Ban Sai noi for your second homestay. Learn to cook Thai food with the local people and then enjoy a cruise along the River of Kings onboard a traditional rice-barge, finishing at Ayutthaya.
|Kanchanaburi Trek and Kayak|
Trek along historic WW II trails, visit Hellfire Pass and stay overnight at a community lodge or at a rafting camp. Kayak along the River Kwai, trek through the jungle and enjoy a night in a raft house.
|Karen Hill Tribe Homestay|
Adventure along mountain roads by 4WD with magnificent views from the top of the mountain. Experience a real eco-trek to the highest spot in Mae Hong Son and then a traditional Karen homestay in a non-touristic area. Enjoy the wonderful river in the middle of the forest and a hidden waterfall.
|Kratie Mekong Island Adventure|
Discover historic Kratie with its ancient temples and explore its islands set amid the mighty Mekong River. This stretch of the river is home to the few remaining Irrawaddy dolphins and they are often seen around the islands.
|Mekong Cycling and Homestay Escape|
Escape from the hectic pace of Ho Chi Minh City into the tranquil and beautiful Mekong Delta and discover a world dominated by this might river.
|Spirit of Banteay Chhmar|
Visit the ancient Banteay Chhmar and have a torch-lit dinner in Ta Prohm temple. Explore the countryside by ox cart and local tractor and learn about the agriculture and way of life in this corner of Cambodia.
|The Fruit Orchard and Fishing Village|
Enjoy and experience a local fishing village in Rayong. Begin with a visit to the largest fruit orchard in the area and enjoy the delicious seasonal fresh fruits. Explore a hidden fertile mangrove forest and witness a sea-turtle conservation project on Mon Nai Island and enjoy snorkelling at Mon Klang Island.
|Trat and Ko Chang Homestay Adventure|
Enjoy the warm hospitality of the Thai people at a homestay in a biologically diverse area on the mainland and explore the surrounding countryside. Then set off for the exotic island of Ko Chang to spend time in a fishing village with the opportunity to learn about their marine environment.
|Vietnam Hill-tribe Adventure|
Leave the hustle and bustle of Hanoi far behind and head up into the limestone mountains of Ho Binh Province and discover some of ethnic minority peoples who live amidst this truly stunning landscape.
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