Nature

Review: Inside Rosewood Luang Prabang

Phil Ingram | July 31, 2018

Remote Lands goes inside the most exciting Laos hotel opening of the year, Rosewood Luang Prabang, a mix of riverside and hilltop dwellings designed by Bill Bensley in the country’s hottest travel destination.

Off the Grid in Kazakhstan

Remote Lands | March 31, 2016

For intrepid explorers looking for rugged scenery, unchartered waters, adventure, thrills and spills, there is no better place to go off the grid and into the wild than on the diverse terrains of fascinating Kazakhstan.

The Best Hiking in Nepal

Remote Lands | March 3, 2016

Nepal is a country of hidden mysteries, from its remote ancient temples to its insurmountable peaks. Alluring and exotic, the nation draws visitors to the beautiful cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara and on into the verdant valleys and foothills of the Himalayas for the matchless scenery and wildlife.

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.