Move step-by-step through the precious undergrove on this epic adventure to meet the Penan. Split across the winding Baram river, there’s two distinctive sides to this fascinating tribe. Discover local traditions and culture, rooted in a long-standing love of storytelling.

  • 9

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

From ancient mythology to unique body modifications, there’s much to learn from the Karen people. Take in the architecture and atmosphere of the city of Chiang Mai on this trip showcasing a different side of Thailand.

  • 4

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Casual

  • 5

Limbu means ‘heroes of the hills’ in their native language, so it’s no surprise to discover that they have an affinity for altitude. A journey to one of their villages located 2,500 to 4,000 feet above sea level is sure to be a travel highlight.

  • 7

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

The Lun Bawang ethnic group can be found in Central Northern Borneo. Most communities live in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. No matter how far away from home this adventure takes you, the Lun Bawang's renowned hospitality will make you feel part of the community. Soak up their sunny perspective while you take in local traditions and arts.

  • 5

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Casual

  • 5

Transport yourself to awe-inspiring green forests with the Hmong, a people with an incredible history and lineage spanning over China, Vietnam and Laos. Experience their customs and ceremonies that have been passed down through many generations.

  • 9

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

Deep in the districts of East Meghalaya live the Khasi communities. They have various names depending on the region they live in. You may hear of Jaintias, Pnars, Bhois and Wars. But they are all part of the same ethic lineage. As well as Khasi, they are sometimes referred to collectively as the Hynniewtrep people.

  • 12

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

Cultivate a new sense of freedom along the Red and Black Rivers of Vietnam. Explore the banks with the White Thai people (Tai Dón or Thái Trắng in Vietnamese), a warm and vibrant community. These incredibly polite and hospitable people will welcome you in. The name White Thai comes from the traditional clothing worn by the women of the tribe.

  • 6

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

With their small population, the Kenjaman people largely live in two villages; Rumah Kejaman and Rumah Kejaman Ba. Experience life alongside the Rejang River with a community working to keep its language and spirit alive.

  • 6

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

Indulge in the rolling green landscapes as you discover the fascinating and unique culture of Toraja’s important rituals and beliefs. The Toraja, meaning ‘people of uplands’, live in the lush mountains of South Sulawesi, in the region of Tana Toraja, meaning ‘land of Toraja’.

  • 5

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

The Veddha are a minority group of indigenous people in danger of extinction which name means "the one who uses bows and arrows". This tribe traditionally lives for centuries by hunting and gathering in the forests of Sri Lanka.

  • 14

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Intense

  • 5

Discover what it truly means to live a life of simplicity as you join the community bound by their strong traditions and beliefs. Step into the abundant Indonesian forest among the Kajang people. Kajang, meaning ‘housed or sheltered’.

  • 8

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5

The name Tagbanua means "people of the village." The Tagbanua inhabit the central portion of Palawan Island, both the eastern and the western coasts, which lies between Mindoro and Borneo. The higher concentration of population is in the more extensive lowlands to the east of the island's mountain range.

  • 10

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Casual

  • 5

They are a group of wet-rice agriculturalists occupying the mountains in the area of northern Luzon, Philippines. Igorot are any of various ethnic groups in the mountains of this region, all of whom keep their traditional religion and way of life. Some live in the tropical forests of the foothills, but most live in rugged grassland and pine forest zones higher up. They numbered about 1.5 million in the early 21st century and the main identified groups are Bontoc, Ibaloi, Ifugao, Isneg, Kalinga and Kankanaey.

  • 10

    Days

  • S Asia

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5