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Nurture in Nature

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Borneo is legendary for its dense, rugged landscapes. And it is still very possible to lose yourself in Sarawak’s array of national parks.

Cardamom Mountains: Safari in Cambodia

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Go out on patrol with the Wildlife Alliance while staying at the Bill Bensley designed Shinta Mani Wild.

Ranthambore: Tigers and Glamping

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May is the best month for tiger spotting, as the large cats are often seen seeking water and shade.

Chengdu: China’s most famous bear and So Much More

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A symbol both of the Chinese nation and of wildlife conservation, few species are as unique as the panda — or as adorable.

Komodo: Beasts Above and Below

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The Komodo dragon is surrounded in myth and mystery: a bacteria-laden mouth full of serrated teeth, 4 million year old species, and the world’s largest lizard weighing more than 150 pounds. 

Borneo: Lost World

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Giant red apes swing from trees. Mysterious pygmy elephants stomp through the thick jungle. Nowhere in the world’s imagination more represents the wildlife of Asia more than Borneo. 

Oman: Turtles, Desert, and Coral

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It’s not just plush hotels and sand. There is wilderness here as well – from the sea to the dunes.

Kamchatka: Bears and the Ring of Fire

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If you’re planning for spring, Kamchatka is most well-known for its large brown bears and whale watching.

Chitwan: Rhinos and Tigers of the Terai

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In Chitwan tigers, rhinos, and deer wander the warm forest mornings of the Terai in the meltwaters of the Himalayas.

Sri Lanka: Nature Reborn

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From the sloth bears of Wilpattu to the elephants of Udawalawe, it is always a good time for a safari in Sri Lanka.

Wild Asia: Luxury Travel for the Nature Lover

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Leopards, tigers, pandas — Remote Lands magazine is proud to launch our wildlife issue.

Among Giants: Accidental Birdwatching in Sri Lanka

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There is no need for a 600mm lens or to follow a kingfisher around for hours. No, this land is alive with colorful birdsthat can be well shot by any run-and-gun photographer.