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Nature & Wildlife

Nature & Wildlife

Straddling the equator, Southeast Asia is home to some of the world's oldest rainforests, unaffected by any ice age. As the planet's largest archipelago, the region plays host to an awesomely rich bio-diversity of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles that have grown up in isolation, cut off by the seas surrounding their individual islands.

And that's just above the water.

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Thailand

Dive the Andaman Islands, India
This group of 500+ islands lying some 280 miles to the north west of Phuket cover an area of approximately 3000 square miles and are ripe for discovery, and you can be among the first to dive here.

Solomon Islands

Kayaking the Morovo Lagoon
The Marovo Lagoon is the largest saltwater lagoon in the world. The waters are calm and the sea-life abundant. Turtles, dolphins, rays and the occasional whale, magnificent coral gardens and prolific tropical and pelagic fish life abound, all surrounded by magnificent beaches and rainforest. Sea kayaking is an ideal way to get back to nature, to discover this stunning environment, while also sampling genuine Pacific Island hospitality and culture whilst staying in Eco-lodges within villages dotted around the lagoon.

Papua New Guinea

Fishing Kavieng, New Ireland
Papua New Guinea boasts excellent fishing, and is one of the last unspoilt fishing frontiers left in the world today. The waters that surround Kavieng, New Ireland, offer plenty of challenges and opportunities for the keen sports fisherman. Many ocean fish species can be found here year round because the climate doesn't change much, so any time is the right time for fishing.

Indonesia

Flores by Mountain Bike
This challenging mountain bike ride will take you through the dramatic, volcano-strewn (14 active) island of Flores in Eastern Indonesia.

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