Top 5 Adventure Experiences in Asia
Helicopter, underwater, airplane, behind the wheel — adrenaline junkies take notice: Remote Lands is proud to present some of our favorite heart-pumping adventures in Asia.
EXPERIENCES IN ASIA
Helicopter, underwater, airplane, behind the wheel — adrenaline junkies take notice: Remote Lands is proud to present some of our favorite heart-pumping adventures in Asia. Whether a road trip of a lifetime through Central Asia or skydiving in the Himalayas, Remote Lands has an awesome itinerary for the daredevil in you.READ MORE SACRED MT KAILASH
Sacrosanct to four religions and one of the most revered natural wonders in all of Asia, Mt Kailash so sacred, it’s said, that it has never been climbed. Embark on a thrilling three-day kora, or spiritual circumambulation, around the base of Mt Kailash, covering nearly 33 miles while staying in simple but comfortable private camps. This is one of the most extreme devotional pilgrimages in the world.
Suggested Itinerary: Trekking in Tibet: Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar
Under the bright stars of the empty skies, explore Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan on the ultimate adventure on Central Asia's most scenic drive. With sheer cliffs and white-knuckle turns on the rugged border with Afghanistan, the Pamir Highway will take you from Tajikistan's capital city of Dushanbe to Kyrgyzstan's Bishkek through the spectacular Pamir Mountains on a journey of discovery.
Suggested Itinerary: Pamir Highway Road Trip
Japanese Zeroes, 15-ton 97 Chi-Ha tanks, and forgotten WWII shipwrecks dot the clear, mysterious waters around Papua New Guinea, making it one of the world's most exciting diving destinations. PNG is one of the least visited and most under-the-radar destinations in Asia — unique in culture, landscape, and wildlife from its Southeast Asian neighbors. Meet the Asaro Mudmen and the Baining fire dancers at a sing-sing on a journey through the hundreds of unique traditions and languages of Asia's most fascinating tribal haven.
Suggested Reading: Tanks and Zeroes: Wreck Diving in Papua New Guinea
Suggested Itinerary: Borneo's Unesco Wonders BEYOND THE TOP OF THE WORLD
Helicopter from Nepal's capital city of Kathmandu to Kalapathar just above Everest Base Camp for a (literally) breathtaking view of Mount Everest. After 8 minutes at an altitude of 18,000 feet, descend to 14,000 feet for a Champagne breakfast with majestic view of the highest mountain range on the planet. The true thrill-seeker, can board a AS350 B3 Eurocopter and jump out and skydive from 23,000 feet near the summit of Everest.
“I felt like a bird!” says Remote Lands client Ricke. “It was the most amazing feeling I’ve ever had in my life.”
Suggested Itinerary: Himalayas by Helicopter
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