Elephants in Sri Lanka, temples in the Himalayas, and chefs in Japan – we choose our favorite #TakeMeToRemoteLands shots for November.
From videos of fire-breathing pits in Turkmenistan to luxury trains from veteran travel writers, these are the articles you liked best in 2017.
Face tattoos in Myanmar’s Chin State, baby elephants in Sri Lanka, and bulls in the Taj Mahal – we choose our favorite #TakeMeToRemoteLands shots for November.
They may sound unpleasant – Bloody Pond Hell, Cooking Pot Hell, Monster Mountain Hell – but Beppu’s pools of hell are worth a look.
When the seasons change in Japan, Tohoku – an oft-overlooked region of the Land of the Rising Sun, turns every autumnal hue imaginable
Celebrations in Papua New Guinea, Trains in Thailand, statues in Angkor Wat, and dancing in Bali – we choose our favorite shots from our readers’ Instagram feeds.
In Gujarat, there is a place where gear heads can ride on India’s roads in antique cars from the early 20th century.
The Remote Lands travel experts have put together a batch of new holiday itineraries for the Land of Smiles, from luxury and elephants to religion and kayaking.
Whether you’re celebrating Christmas or Chanukah or looking for ice diving or ultra-lux resorts, Remote Lands’ experts have suggestions for every persuasion.
Baikal is the deepest and purest lake on the planet, a frozen sea in the heart of Siberia and an adventurer’s icy paradise of driving, helicopters, and dog sleds. From the Old Believers to the Buryat bone crushers, its shores and islands are sacred to those who call Baikal home.
Flying over vast, rolling steppe for three and a half hours without seeing anything so much as a village, let alone a city, is a powerful reminder that Mongolia is the most sparsely populated country on the planet.