Asia is known for its glitzy temples, futuristic cityscapes and chaotic congestion. But there is a serene, oft overlooked, Asia. Where the rainforest canopies in Borneo are the domain of playful proboscis monkeys performing aerial acrobatics as daring as those found on the stages of Cirque du Soleil. Where ancient lizards roam their namesake national park, Komodo, in Indonesia. Where a colourful collage of fish congregate around vast gardens of coral.
Exploring Asia’s outdoors doesn’t require tortuous travels - Khao Yai National Park, Thailand’s first protected refuge, is a few hours from Bangkok while Khao Sok National Park is a short drive from Phuket. Just a short jaunt outside Hong Kong are opportunities to hike, kayak and scuba dive. Trailheads for treks along the Great Wall of China are two hours from Beijing.
But Asia’s nature and wildlife can require explorers to travel further afield. Tibet, the ‘Roof of the World’, sits amidst the jagged Himalayan peaks. Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world, requires an expedition staffed with porters and guides to reach the entrance. The southern Himalayas in Myanmar require a journey to Putao and then days of trekking.
From staggering peaks to verdant valleys, Buffalo Tours offers a glimpse of Asia’s nature and wildlife few ever witness.
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