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A Portrait of Borneo—Photos by Charles Ryan

November 20, 2017 by Chris Bettencourt

For wildlife enthusiasts, Borneo is paradise, pure and simple. Its amazing range of ecosystems—from lush rainforests to pristine beaches—hosts a panoply of rare and endangered wildlife, including pygmy elephants, orangutans, and even the extremely rare Sumatran rhino! Our expert Borneo guide, Charlie Ryan, has lived among the people and wildlife of Borneo for over three years...

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Borneo Evening with Charlie Ryan

November 08, 2017 by Heather Howard

The island of Borneo offers an amazing range of ecosystems, from its lush rainforests to its pristine beaches, and is home to a magnificent display of rare and endangered wildlife. It’s hard to top more than 1,200 species of orchids, the oldest rainforest in the world, and at least 44 species of endemic mammals. Join Borneo expert Charlie Ryan on December 7, 2017, at the Mountain Travel Sobek office for a free Travel Talk evening covering the country's many highlights and adventures!

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Photo Gallery of the Week: Walking Japan

July 18, 2017 by Brian Allen

I recently returned from our Walking Japan trip, and I found exploring Japan primarily on foot and by local train to be a leisurely-paced journey that offers an intimate experience you probably couldn’t get any other way. It’s a well-balanced mix of Kyoto’s elegance, the countryside’s serenity, and even a bit of Tokyo’s modern verve, with each layer perfectly complimenting the others.

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Our China: Expert-Led Webinar

March 28, 2017 by T.Mac Lee

Join Julie McCormack for a webinar on MTS China Trips with exclusive itineraries, remote access, gorgeous scenery, and immersive experiences with unique local cultures. Click here to watch!

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Going Solo on the Volcano

March 13, 2017 by Bill Fink

"When my cheap local flashlight flickered and died in the total darkness of an Indonesian jungle path, I tried to look at the bright side of things. At least the sunset on the summit had been pretty."

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