The Dozen Dream Destinations 2020 include luxury travel favorites, once-in-a-lifetime sporting events, wildlife adventures, and tribal experiences.
From above you’d never guess that the tiny, forested islands of Teshima and Shodoshima host some of the finest permanent exhibitions in East Asia, but they do.
Adventure enthusiasts, get ready, because the Siberian capital of Yakutsk packs in more weather extremes than any other city in Asia.
There is really only one luxury hotel in Kathmandu worthy of the title: Dwarika’s. It’s a mix of museum, luxury, and oasis.
If you missed our Hot and Cold Winter Issue, here is a round up of the best places to go in Asia in the winter; there’s still time to book a vacation for the holiday season.
Kyrgyzstan is the destination skiers dream about: isolated, rustic, and full of off-piste options for adventurous types.
Raja Ampat is, simply put, magical above and below. While the Northern hemisphere is having winter, the waters here are calmer and the weather cooler.
Tohoku is Japan’s under-traveled jewel. Here, the harsh winter season gives life to the snow-monsters of Mount Zao and the slopes of Aomori.
Lake Baikal is a Remote Lands favorite. For the adventure traveler, there’s nowhere better in the whole of Russia for dog-sledding, ice driving, and the culture of Siberia.
Beach or ice? Jungle or slopes? Tiger or snow leopard? This issue of the hot and cold winter picks from Remote Lands features everything you want to know about where you should go for winter in 2020.