Myanmar (Burma) specialist Sophie is also one of our dedicated responsible travel experts. As part of her role, she set out to explore the country, looking for authentic, community-led experiences. This led her to animist hunting shrines, fishing lessons and a village-wide game of hide and seek.
Paul from our Australia team presents his perspective on the country’s recent bushfires and answers your most commonly asked questions when it comes to visiting Australia in the wake of the recent fires.
What makes Thailand such an alluring destination? Our Thailand travel specialists handpick five ways to experience Thailand — from exploring the backstreets of Bangkok to practising traditional batik painting in the quiet Phang Nga Bay, of Koh Yao Noi island.
From visiting Myanmar’s community of retired elephants, to a small guest house in Northern Thailand, our experiences are hand-picked by our specialists — who have worked with our in-country partners to ensure they have a lasting positive impact on the local community.
We put responsible travel at the heart of everything we do at Audley, including hotels. Here are some of the most thoughtfully run places you can visit, from a rhino-tracking lodge in Kenya to a guesthouse in a Jordan nature reserve.
Wellness doesn’t necessarily mean a facial or massage. We pick some of the best rejuvenating experiences from across the globe, ranging from a gentle soak in Japanese geothermal waters to an invigorating Tasmanian hike.
We’re committed to making sure the experiences we offer take a responsible approach, and that your visit has a positive effect. Read about recent work we’ve completed on our Audley Elephant Policy and our pick of the best experiences that put the wildlife first.
Rebecca and her son visited Uganda’s gorillas with Audley. She was so moved by the experience that she decided to get a master’s degree in primates and how to conserve them. We sat down to talk with her about the life-changing trip.
Indochina specialist Alex explains how to explore the tribal villages of Vietnam and Laos. He discusses his newly designed, intrepid route which takes you to remote communities, across isolated border crossings and along jungle-shrouded rivers.