Going on safari is a lifelong dream for many and makes for a truly extraordinary adventure.
India is home to about half of the world’s tiger population (about 2,226 individuals), most of which roam free in the protected environments of national parks.
What Borneo has to offer is unique – a magical mash-up of incredible nature, tribal heritage, beautiful beaches and cosmopolitan cities.
Thinking about the wildlife you’d love to see on your holidays to China, Japan, Borneo, Asia in general and it’s adorable animals like pandas and orangutans that spring to mind.
From Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant to the country’s very own rabbit island, there are plenty of weird and wonderful things to do in Japan on your next holiday.
Every year, travellers flock to South East Asia to experience its unique culture, nature and wildlife.
When you come home from a trip you are always asked the same questions: What was the weather like? How was the food? And, what did you do?
For too long mankind has overlooked the value of animals around the world. Too often we see news articles about our rarest and most precious species edging closer and closer to extinction.