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Asia, including Southeast Asia has some unique wildlife that you will see nowhere else on earth. From giant pandas to orang-utan, we highlight some of the more popular.
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The giant panda remains one of the main motivations for trips to China
Asia and the vast region of Southeast Asia are home to some of the world's most iconic wildlife.
Asia is inhabited by many different wildlife types, the most iconic undoubtedly being the giant pandas of China. But it's Southeast Asia which is the real jewel in the wildlife crown.
Although there are still tigers, bears and even rhinos, they are very rarely seen. The major exceptions are elephants and orang-utan, the latter - the largest of the tree dwelling primates - now being confined to parts of Malaysian Borneo and Indonesia.
The following only represent a small number of our itineraries, all of which can be individually tailor-made to suit you. If you'd like to see more then visit our inspiration page and use the "trip finder" and filter your search by "wildlife".
12 days from £2,375pp
Discover the less developed and unexplored parts of Thailand in 12 days including Bangkok on a city safari, the stunning Khao Sok national park and the quiet beaches of Khao Lak.
13 days from £7,270pp
This trip is an ideal way to experience the fascinating tribal areas of Papua New Guinea and also gives you an excellent chance of spotting the famous bird of paradise.
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