Read the Magazine: Travel in Post-Covid Asia

14 January 2021

As the Covid-19 vaccine begins to make its way around the world, everyone is looking forward to a much brighter year ahead.

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As the Covid-19 vaccine begins to make its way around the world, everyone is looking forward to a much brighter year ahead. Some areas like the Maldives and Dubai are already open to travelers around the world, and others like Oman and Kyrgyzstan are taking tentative steps to getting back to normal. Now is the time to start planning your next big getaway to Asia, and Remote Lands is here to help.


Now more than ever discerning travelers want a sense of space and a feeling that where they are is truly unique. With that in mind, Remote Lands is proud to announce the launch of the Distance by Design issue, where we look to the future of travel in the coming year, focusing on wellbeing, open spaces, islands, wildlife, and private jet travel. Travelers have been wanting to get away for so long — to a spa in Thailand, a safari jeep in Sri Lanka, maybe a ger in Mongolia — and this issue will help get your Asia travel plans off to a good start.


After a great deal of debate and consideration, our travel experts sat down to curate the most compelling and rewarding travel experiences to plan for for 2021, specifically based around the themes of Island Retreats, National Parks, Open Spaces, and Post-Covid Wellness. Follow the links to the Remote Lands website to see the full list of handpicked itineraries. 


Distance yourself by design with your own private beach bubble, away from the world. Discover sparsely-populated archipelagos, thriving marine parks like Raja Ampat or Sipadan, rugged and remote shorelines like Japan’s Okinawa and trusted friends of ours such as the Maldives’ Soneva Fushi and One&Only Reethi Rah, or Nihi Sumba in Indonesia, to name but a few.

Featured Itinerary: A Blissful Break in the Maldives


One small silver lining of the Covid pandemic is the remarkable recovery of many of the Asia’s national parks, some of which remind us of 20 or 30 years ago. So will the post-Covid world be perfect for tracking tigers through Bandhavgarh, walking among ancient trees in Yakushima or riding horseback through Kyrgyzstan’s Chon-Kemin? We think it may be.

Featured Itinerary: Cruising the Komodos with Aman


The desire to get up and go has never been greater. Now, finally, that time is approaching. Go further and farther than you've ever been. Traverse mountain passes on the Pamir Highway. Seek the nomadic eagle hunters in the great Mongolian steppes. Track bears by helicopter in Eastern Russia’s Ring of Fire. The open spaces of far-flung Asia await.

Featured Itinerary: Galloping Through Kyrgyzstan, from Arslanbob to
Fergana Valley 

VIEW ALL OPEN SPACES ITINERARIES POST-COVID WELLNESS It’s time to invest in yourself. Undo the COVID-19 pandemic inflicted stress and let go of those worries. From meditation retreats to spiritual pilgrimages, these specially-selected itineraries will help you reclaim your sense of balance and wellbeing.

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