Our Sample Itineraries

A Balinese Adventure

Nusa Dua – Ubud – Amed – Candidasa –Tenganan Village

Enjoy a thrilling outdoor adventure across Bali experiencing up-close some of the must-see natural wonders and ancient sites from mystical volcanoes to tranquil river valleys.

Adventure in Vietnam & Laos

Hanoi – Phong Nha – Ho Chi Minh City – Nam Cat Tien – Pakse – Ban Khiet Ngong – Don Daeng – Si Phan Don

Adventure abounds on this all-action journey through some of Vietnam and southern Laos' most naturally beautiful and fascinating areas – experienced by trekking, cycling, motorbiking, climbing and caving.

Cycling and Hiking in Myanmar

Yangon - Bagan - Inle Lake

Explore Myanmar along off-the-beaten-trails with cycling and hiking activities along with fun experiences like paddle boarding and horseback riding.

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Our Tailored Experiences

  • Exploring Vientiane by Bicycle

    Vientiane, Laos

    Vientiane’s flat, tree-lined roads and light traffic make it an ideal city to explore by bicycle. Spend a pleasant half day cycling to some of Vientiane’s most historic sites, including: Wat Sisaket, famous for its cloister wall housing thousands of tiny Buddha images; Wat Phra Keo, built in 1565 as the Lao royal family’s personal chapel with highlights including a magnificent 16th century lacquered door with Hindu carvings, numerous Khmer stone carvings and a variety of Buddha statues; the 44m (147ft) high gold-covered That Luang, Lao’s most revered monument; and the Patuxai Victory Monument, dedicated to those who fought in Laos’ struggle for independence from France. Notice its unmistakable resemblance to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, but with Lao motifs.

    Duration: 4hrs

  • Jungle Trekking Around Phou Asa Mountain

    Pakse, Laos

    Jungle-clad Phou Asa Mountain has long been an enigma, even to seasoned archaeologists. Spend the day uncovering the secrets of this scenic mountain and its enigmatic ruins comprised of 108 stacked stone pillars, each topped by a large flat rock.

    Join a village guide to learn more about these mysterious pillars which some think were part of a jungle fort or perhaps an ancient Buddhist monastery to go along with the “Buddha’s footprint” carved into the rock face below. Summit the mountain for outstanding views of southern Laos. Along the way, walk along forest trails while learning how to spot signs of wildlife as well as indigenous medicinal plants. Lunch is included in this adventurous day trek.

    Duration: 7hrs

  • Adventure Exploration of Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Part of Luang Prabang’s undeniable charm is being surrounded by rugged mountains and scenic rivers. Expand your scope of exploration into the sights surrounding the town by bicycle and kayak on a full-day outdoor adventure. Experience the tranquil Lao countryside by crossing the Mekong River and cycling along the Pathet Lao Trail, taking you past ethnic villages and verdant mountain scenery.

    Trade bicycle for kayak and navigate the scenic Mekong and Nam Ou Rivers. Visit a Buddhist temple on a river island and the atmospheric Pak Ou Caves packed with thousands of Buddha statues and situated overlooking the spot where the Mekong joins the Nam Ou.

    Duration: 9.5hrs

  • Kuang Si Waterfalls Jungle Trek with Picnic Lunch

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    One of Luang Prabang’s must-see sights is the incredible Kuang Si Waterfalls, known for their picturesque cascades of vibrant blue water. Approximately 29km (18mi) south of Luang Prabang, the jungle-clad waterfalls make for an excellent day of trekking, swimming and touring.

    Climb to the top of the three-tiered falls for spectacular views. Along the way, learn some jungle survival skills from your expert guide as he teaches you how to identify herbs, mushrooms, bamboo shoots and other plants as well as how to fish the local way. Help prepare a traditional Lao jungle meal and enjoy a refreshing swim in one of the many natural pools. Also visit the Asian Bear Rescue Center, home to Sun Bears and Malayan Black Bears that have been rescued from bile farms or wildlife traffickers. 

    Duration: 6hrs

  • Spiritual and Natural Wonders of Koh Samui

    Koh Samui, Thailand

    Beyond its postcard-pretty palm-fringed beaches, there is much to see on Thailand’s second largest island of Koh Samui. Spend a full day exploring the island’s unspoiled forested interior in a 4×4 off-road Jeep, visiting both natural and spiritual highlights. See the Na Muang Waterfalls, a set of two cascades that empty into a natural pool. At the Tar Nim Waterfall, spend some time at the enchanting Secret Buddha Garden filled with moss-covered statues.

    Also visit two religious sites: a Walking Buddha statue built during the Sukhothai era and the Khao Hua Jook Temple, known for its replica of Buddha’s footprint. A climb up to the golden pagoda 90m above sea level is rewarded with sweeping views of Chaweng Beach. The day includes a Thai set lunch served at a mountaintop restaurant with panoramic views over the nearby islands.

    Duration: 8hrs

  • Exploring the Scenic Pakerisan Valley

    Bali, Indonesia

    The Balinese are Indonesia’s most prolific rice growers thanks to a unique combination of soil, water and religion. Spend a full day cycling and trekking through Bali’s lush countryside to gain insight into the history and culture of this magnificent island. Explore the Pakerisan Valley, home to important religious sites and some of the earliest Hindu and Buddhist settlements. Visit Jagasari, Bali’s first Hindu temple dating back to the 8th century.

    Trek through rice terraces to see how subak, an ancient irrigation system, is still practised. This fascinating cooperative social system channels water through the temples and into the rice fields. Cycle through the verdant landscape to the picturesque village of Laplapan where you will enjoy lunch right in the rice fields.

    Duration: 8hrs

  • Island Hopping in the Gilis

    Lombok, Indonesia

    Just a short ride away from Lombok on a traditional boat lies the three coral islands known as the Gilis. Only permanently settled in the last 40 years, the Gilis maintain their untouched, laidback appeal, each boasting powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear waters.

    Spend the day island hopping between these three idyllic atolls, each with its own distinct vibe. Visit Gili Trawangan the largest and most developed of the islands, but still tranquil as no motorised vehicles are permitted. The island is also known for its excellent snorkeling with good visibility all year round. Also spend time on Gili Meno, the smallest and quietest of the trio but with what many consider the best beaches, as well as Gili Air, a pleasant mix of the other two, with a easygoing, feel-good vibe.

    Duration: 9hrs

  • Hiking Through the Balinese Countryside

    Bali, Indonesia

    When you arrived in Bali, you likely touched down at the Ngurah Rai International Airport, named after one of Indonesia’s greatest heroes who was killed in battle as he fought the Dutch during the Indonesian War of Independence.

    Spend a leisurely day hiking the countryside around the village of Carangsari, Ngurah Rai’s birthplace, to understand what it was that he fought for. Walk along the Ayung River, past verdant rice paddies, and through lush jungle for a sense of the real Bali. Explore the village, home to friendly locals, for a glimpse of daily life in the Balinese countryside. Finally, pay homage to the man himself at the monument of I Gusti Ngurah Rai.

    Duration: 8hrs

  • Biking to Shan Villages

    Heho, Myanmar

    Spend a leisurely half day by bike and boat exploring the villages around scenic Inle Lake, home to some 10 different ethnic groups. Cycle along Inle Lake’s perimeter road, taking in pastoral scenes of local life and landscapes. With the help of your guide, interact with the villagers at Tha Le U South and North and Ale Myaung.

    Also stop at Red Mountain Estate, one of two vineyards in Myanmar, for spectacular vistas back towards Nyaung Shwe and the lake beyond, a picturesque stop to enjoy a glass of locally-made wine. At Nam Pan Village, board a boat to visit a few craft villages including a floating workshop making cheroot (traditional Myanmar cigars) and a blacksmithery at Sae Kaung.

    Duration: 6hrs

  • Adventure Exploring Rural Bagan

    Bagan, Myanmar

    Explore rural Bagan on a half-day adventure by bike and boat. Cycle through the Bagan countryside to the 10th century Kyauk Gu U Min, said to be the entrance to an ancient tunnel leading all the way to the Pindaya caves in Shan State. Explore this atmospheric temple featuring meditation caves hewn from the rock and mural paintings from the 13th century depicting the armies of Kublai Khan.

    Cycle to a thanakha plantation to see how the bark from these trees are ground into a cosmetic paste used as sunblock favoured by Burmese women and children. Trade bicycle for boat and sail down the Ayeyarwady cruising past timeless scenes of river life in the soft glow of sunset.

    Duration: 5hrs

  • Quadbike Riding in Rural Siem Reap

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Siem Reap is known as the gateway to the magnificent ruins of Angkor Wat. However, beyond its historic temples and lively tourist scene, Siem Reap Province is also home to almost a million people who inhabit the rural countryside, many living off the land.

    Break up your temple tours with a refreshing evening quadbike excursion of the little-seen side of Siem Reap with its emerald green rice paddies, quiet dirt roads and shy but friendly villagers. Navigate your quadbike along dusty trails past stilt houses and curious cattle, taking in the sights and sounds of rural Cambodia with a stop among the rice paddies to admire the sunset.

    Duration: 2-3hrs

  • Exploring Monkey Mountain

    Danang, Vietnam

    Jutting out into the turquoise waters of the East Sea, just 10 km from the centre of Danang, lies Son Tra Peninsula. The heavily forested 4,370 hectares of land protects Danang from winds, waves and storms, all under the benevolent eye of the Goddess of Mercy, an impressive 69m-high statue that has become Danang’s most recognisable landmark.

    Spend the day on a 10km trek along steep, forested trails up the Son Tra Mountain, stopping for expansive views of the scenic Danang coastline. Keep an eye out for the rare Red Shanked Doucs, a shy primate species which led American soldiers to dub the area “Monkey Mountain”. At the 696m-high summit, spot the radar domes and the old helicopter pad that once belonged to the American Air Base in Danang.

    Duration: 6hrs

  • Jungle Trek in Bach Ma National Park

    Hue, Vietnam

    Covering some 40,000 pristine hectares just a 2-hour Jeep ride north of Hue, Bach Ma National Park is one of Central Vietnam’s natural jewels. Developed as a hill station by the French administration in 1932, the park later became a protected area, home to more than 1,400 species of plants and over 130 kinds of mammals, some of which have only been recently discovered. Spend the day with a local forest expert as he unlocks Bach Ma’s natural treasures on a 3-hour trek through sub-tropical forest. Visit the 400m-high Do Quyen Waterfall and the cascading falls at Ngu Ho Lake. Summit the 1,450m-tall Bach Ma Mountain for expansive views of the coast, including Tam Giang Lagoon and Lang Co Beach.

    Duration: 8hrs