What better way to keep a beach-side golf course clean than with the local water buffalo? This Nick Faldo course north of Danang uses bio-mowers to keep the links pristine.
The Sanchaya is a stepping stone to all manner of Southeast Asian adventure, and now there’s a chance to get in a few holes with wine and cheese.
For travelers who want to see the Summer Games in Tokyo in luxury, Remote Lands has a plan. Travelogues speaks with Remote Lands CEO and co-founder Catherine Heald to learn more.
The Maldives boasts every manner of luxury travel amenity, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the opulent COMO Maalifushi hosts fly fishing, light tackle fishing, and deep sea expeditions to go along with the white sand beaches.
Bugatti Chiron on desert roads? Mclaren 570S on marble streets? Ferrari 458GT on an F1 circuit? Dubai has supercars galore, and travelers can take them for a spin.
John McMahon takes his kayak on a 160-kilometer journey up the famed River Kwai for the 75 anniversary of the completion of Death Railway, armed with a paddle and a copy of One Fourteenth of an Elephant by Ian Deny Peek.
It wasn’t until recently that kayakers mapped the waterways of Si Phan Don – the “4,000 Islands” of the Mekong’s lower reaches. Kayaker John McMahon goes exploring.
Richard Collett travels to the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan for an inspiring story of sporting greatness, cultural pride, and dead goat polo – also known as Kok Boru – in one of Asia’s most interesting competitions.
Remote Lands is proud to offer luxury touring to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games, combining five-star hotels with the most important sporting event on the planet.