When most people think of Borneo, one creature springs with mind. Of course, orangutans are incredible, and trying to spot one in the wild is a must for any wildlife-lover in Borneo. But I find that the orangutans often obscure all the other incredible things about the island…
Soft adventure can mean all manner of things. To some travellers, it might mean simply being out in nature on a long walk or cycle. To others, it might mean staying in a jungle hotel or a remote mountain lodge. Our blog tries to encapsulate every meaning so that you have a full picture of holiday options in Asia.
What makes something a ‘soft’, rather than a full-blown, adventure? We consider it to be any activity that stimulates the senses and makes travellers feel alive, without, perhaps, such an adrenaline-inducing edge! It might be taking a sea canoe, as opposed to white-water rafting. A long day hike, not a multi-day camping expedition, or a short zip-line rather than bungee jumping off a bridge! However you choose to define it, our experts would be delighted to help you find soft adventure experiences that tick all your boxes and enhance your holiday.
Ait, one of our in country partners in Laos shares his latest experience for nature lovers. Involving some moderate level treks and spending night in the trees in your very own hanging spherical basket, it’s an unusual experience of a lifetime.
As well as being fun in itself, cycling can add a whole new dimension to your experience of the country you are visiting and contributes to the feeling of discovery that you get with any Experience Travel Group holiday.