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Along one of Yushan’s most popular hiking routes, travelers will find evidence of one of Taiwan’s largest mammal species: the rare Formosan black bear.
It is terribly cold and some areas of Ladakh are impassable in the winter months, but there is one very good reason to go: the snow leopard.
“The Yabgo dynasty ruled this area for 2,000 years,” the king says. The humble Yabgo Mohammad Khan Kacho rules over the buckwheat fields and quiet stone streets of Turtuk on the Ladakh’s Pakistan borderlands.
With mangroves, beaches, and Nay Palad Hideaway, Siargao is a drop of tropical paradise that stands out even among the exceptional islands of the Philippines.
There’s no shortage of beach hotels in Vietnam, but to get the right mix of quiet, sand, and style, there are a few you should put at the top of your “go now” list.
For those who call the Kingdom home, the Gulf beats the Andaman any day of the week — particularly in the “off season” on Koh Kood.