Chiang Mai, Thailand
Lisu Lodge offers hill tribe holidays that include cultural and adventure experiences in Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. Named after the Lisu hill tribe village that is found near the lodge, this eco lodge is also part of a community-based project that aims to conserve the natural and cultural heritage of the Lisu and the surrounding local community.
Chiang Rai, Thailand
The Lanjia, or ‘peaceful’ in Hmong language, is an eco-friendly lodge nestled high on a hill in Chiang Rai Province, northern Thailand. It offers hill tribe holidays that combine hill tribe experience with eco-friendly tours such as hiking, a boat ride on the Mekong River, a visit to the Golden Triangle, tree planting and Hmong batik class.
The lodge also serve a gateway to a Mekong cruise to the word heritage site of Luang Prabang, Laos.
Contributions from your stay will be used on community projects that will improve the local hill tribe people’s living conditions.
Discover Sri Lanka’s forgotten National Park, Gal Oya. With the country’s largest lake, the wildlife is best seen from a boat safari, especially the swimming elephants.
Gal Oya Lodge specialises in high-end, environmentally responsible tourism. The nine-room wildlife lodge is constructed from natural materials that have all been locally sourced. Spread across 20 acres of private forest, it’s the ideal place to get back to nature. At Gal Oya Lodge, you can enjoy boat safaris, jungle drives, naturalist walks, or just relaxing by the pool. There is something for everyone.
This lodge is managed and operated by an Asian Oasis Affiliate Partner
Hitou (The Japan Association of Secluded Hot Spring Inns)
Asian Oasis Affiliate Partner
Hitou was formed in 1975 to support remote and untouched onsen and associated inns which both retained and honored the philosophy of maintaining the true beauty of Japanese hot springs. Also, it aims at helping travellers who yearn for the human touch and feel a strong desire to seek a spiritual haven of solitude at the small hot springs inns deep in serene mountains with picturesque views.
Nowadays, the association has about 194 inns throughout Japan as its members. They share joint advertising and promotion while taking positive steps to conserve and protect the true beauty of their hot springs and the natural environment. Travelers who visit these inns will enjoy not only mineral baths in beautiful locations but also have an opportunity to experience the true spirit of Japanese culture and tradition.
Hitou is managed and operated by an Asian Oasis Affiliate Partner
2/2 2nd floor, Bhakdi Building, Wireless Road,
Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
For inquiry: +66 (0)83 540 9529
Travel agencies, please contact: +66 (0)88 - 8095204
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+66 (0)888097047 and +66 (0)81 4964516
Hours: 8 am – 6 pm, Mon - Fri
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays