Intrepid

Into Ijen: Acid Lake, Poison Air

Jay Tindall | November 20, 2017

Jay Tindall takes his camera in to the caldera of the Ijen volcano complex for a look at yellow sulfur spewing from a mountain and a turquoise lake of acid.

Six Really Remote Lands in Asia

Remote Lands | September 10, 2013

Thanks to the relatively recent arrival of urbanisation, most Asian countries are home to huge areas that are pretty much untouched by the modern world, places where life goes on much as it has for centuries…

Adventures in the Mongolian Gobi

Jay Tindall | May 20, 2013

Mongolia’s Gobi Desert is a magical destination featuring stellar rock formations, icy canyons, gorgeous oases, and the highest sand dunes on planet Earth.

Hokkaido: Japan’s Natural Playground

Jay Tindall | March 8, 2013

Remote Lands clients should consider Hokkaido, which is a lovely part of Japan. While Japan works to recover from its nuclear issues and the tsunami, showing the resilience of her people, Hokkaido looms as a northern respite.