Date : 1 – 4 May 2019
Located in the heart of earth’s ring of fire belt and towering tall at 3,676 masl, Mt. Semeru is the highest peak in Java, and the third tallest volcano in Indonesia. With its tough climb that tests the limit of one’s mettle, not only physically, but also mentally, it rewards those who manages to conquer it with heavenly vistas: the serene lake of Ranu Kumbolo, the paradisiacal lavender-filled meadow of Oro Oro Ombo, and the majestic view of Java in the summit of Mahameru, makes it the dream of almost all local mountaineers aspire to ascend. Mt. Bromo, at 2,329 masl, is the most iconic natural landscape in Indonesia. Even with its top completely blown off, it still beckons majestically with the crater inside constantly belches white sulphurous smoke. It may be not the tallest mountain in Indonesia but its stunning beauty lies in its unearthly dramatic setting, which swoons many travelers with its incredible golden sunrise
Date: 20 Apr, 8-9 Jun 2019
One of the most recommended treks for those who want to have a challenging trekking experience with a life long excitement.
Period: Aug – Oct
Full of interesting sights, Ibaraki is a prefecture in Japan not to be underestimated. Best known for its Kairaku-en Garden, rated as one of Japan’s top 3 gardens, the garden houses more than 3,000 plum trees and many colourful flowers, providing a peaceful setting for anyone looking for an enjoyable stroll along the transquil mountain side. For an authentic taste of Japan, join us on our next trip to the quaint, beautiful town of Ibaraki.
Date: 2-7 Feb 2019
Enjoy a luxurious, inspiring and traditional Northern Lao experience in Namkat Yorlapa Resort. The luxury resort’s design draws heavily from the architectural and cultural influences of the historic Oudomxay region. Namkat Yorlapa offers some of the world’s most spacious accommodations available in the world, from their beautiful setting to their acclaimed restaurants and outstanding spa. Situated on the foothills of natural state Rain forest, you can enjoy the resort’s full facility, hospitality and services. You can opt for a day of cycling and flying bridge or trekking in Rainforest or Waterfalls adventure.
We hope this trip provides once in a lifetime Eco tourism experiences in this protected Rain forest areas.
Date: 5-9 Jan, 2-6 Mar 2019
This trek is still unknown to tourists and offers excellent opportunities for off the beaten track community walks passing colourful fields, forest and plantations. Guests will enjoy a wonderful Danu welcome with overnights and meals at local home stays. This is definitely not luxury but certainly an unforgettable experience in an area very few tourists have been before. As you are at an altitude above 1200 meter the weather is pleasant for trekking the whole year round.
Date: 13-17 July 2018
The mountain is still remote and relatively unknown to many people. Located in Belum Forest (Hutan Belum) which is still virgin, untouched by the outside world, the mountain has abundant supply of flora, high in medicinal value. Aboriginal tribes called Orang Asli still use this forest as a base for primary living. Staying in an Orang Asli house, we shall attempt the summit within a day.
Date: 18-23 Apr 2019
Explore the northern Shan State of Myanmar in the delightful Hsipaw and Pyin Oo Lwin, with hill treks that are more authentic than those around Kalaw or anywhere in northern Thailand. The laid-back town of Hsipaw remains a completely genuine northern Shan State town. Be sure to check it out before this changes.
Immerse yourself with the locals and take the thrilling train ride that passes the Gokteik Viaduct, through spectacular mountain scenery over the old railway track. As you passes by small villages and towns, vendors will enter the train to sell drinks and local snacks.
Trek the famous 1883 “big bang” volcano of Krakatau, located between Java and Sumatra Islands in the Sunda Strait. Prior to the 1883 eruption Krakatau Island had three volcanic cones: Rakata, Danan and Perboewatan. When Krakatau Island blew up in 1883 it was entirely destroyed but the area remained full of volcanic activity. In 1930 a new island rose up out of the water where once Krakatau was and it was named Anak (child of) Krakatau. Anak Krakatau is still active and grows almost 7 metres per year. A short trekking through a dusty path will lead us to the volcanic peak of Anak Krakatau at an altitude of more than 800m. From here you can enjoy the panoramic view on the Sunda Strait with nearby islands.