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Nature & Wildlife

Nature & Wildlife

Straddling the equator, Southeast Asia is home to some of the world's oldest rainforests, unaffected by any ice age. As the planet's largest archipelago, the region plays host to an awesomely rich bio-diversity of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles that have grown up in isolation, cut off by the seas surrounding their individual islands.

And that's just above the water.

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Indonesia

Java and Bali Birdwatching Expedition
The nation of Indonesia stretches along an equatorial archipelago numbering nearly 18,000 islands in total. Encompassing several ecosystem types as well as straddling the boundaries between the Oriental and Australasian faunal regions, Indonesia is one of the most biodiverse nations on Earth.

Cambodia

Great Lake Cruise: The Tonle Sap
A deluxe, live on board cruise across South East Asia's largest freshwater lake, the Tonle Sap, is an ideal way to explore hidden parts of Cambodia at a deliciously relaxed pace while travelling between the must-see destinations of Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh.

Cambodia

Trek Cambodia
Cambodia has some spectacular opportunities for the more adventurous, active visitor. The mountainous northeast provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri are still largely forested and home to a number of tribal minority peoples, while the Cardamom Mountains of the southeast are considered to host the largest remaining contiguous block of rainforest on mainland South East Asia.

Laos

Trekking in Northern Laos
Northern Laos especially presents many great trekking opportunities. Not only is the terrain very mountainous and largely swathed in forest, it is also home to a dazzling array of highly colourful minority tribal people who still pursue the traditional slash and burn (swidden) farming methods, unchanged for a thousand years.

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