Live in a traditional ger, ride camels across the desert or try your hand at Mongolian wrestling

You could spend two weeks on a sun lounger or you could make your next trip in Asia one that you’ll never forget

 

LIVE WITH A MONGOLIAN FAMILY

Leave those skyscrapers behind and escape to the wilds of Mongolia for a holiday with a difference. Experience life on the Steppes for yourself. Live in a traditional ger, ride camels across the desert, learn how to cook Mongolian dishes or if you’re feeling brave, try your hand at Mongolian wrestling.

 

PLANT CORAL IN THE MALDIVES 

Once you’ve made a splash snorkelling with manta rays and diving with whale sharks, you can do your bit to protect the reef by join the coral protection and regeneration programme at Anantara Dhigu in the Maldives. Guests are given the chance to join the resort’s marine biologists and regenerate the area by planting coral in damaged reefs.

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GO TREKKING IN BHUTAN

For an instant digital detox, pull on your walking boots and hit the mountain trails in Bhutan. Hike through forests of juniper, rhododendrons and magnolia, discover an ancient monastery and trek through lush padi fields that line some of the world’s prettiest valleys.

 

TEACH KIDS ENGLISH IN CAMBODIA                                         

If you want to give back while you’re on a trip to Cambodia, volunteer at the Shinta Mani hospitality school in Siem Reap. Set in the grounds of the Shinta Mani Angkor, students from underprivileged areas can learn English and gather the skills they to work in a hotel, whether in the kitchen, spa or front office. Visitors to the school are encouraged to teach short lessons, play educational games with the children or chat to students about life in their country.

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LOOK AFTER PANDAS IN CHINA

That’s right! You can help feed and look after China’s most famous furry creatures at a panda sanctuary near Chengdu. You’ll will be given the chance to prepare their snacks, clean their enclosures and learn more about the lengths that the conservationists are going to in order to try and help keep them off the endangered list.

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