There are Sudanese cheetahs and Arabian oryx on an island in the Persian Gulf called Sir Bani Yas. To see it, there is no other way than Anantara.
The lack of human intervention in the DMZ means that wildlife has had a chance to bounce back. For the birdwatcher, this makes for some decent sightings at the 38th parallel.
The Mergui Archipelago, Maldives, Komodo, Raja Ampat – all have earned their titles as some of the best dive sites in the world. But Sipadan deserves a mention as well, and diver Juanita Pienaar knows why.
Kayaking, rhinos, and island excursions – the peaceful tea country of Assam in India is hiding adventure for those interested in exploring.
When it comes to nature and wildlife in Vietnam, the country often takes a backseat to its Southeast Asian neighbors, but there’s still plenty to see in the country’s pristine parks.
Gibbons are endangered in every country they are found; learn more about how to visit these playful primates carefully and respectfully in Thailand’s Khao Yai.
Be it getting some cheese from the local buffalo dairy or patronizing a pachyderm sanctuary, animal lovers in Laos will find a few critter-friendly activities to keep them occupied.
Take a break from the beach and check out these five cute critters found everywhere from Bohol to Palawan.