Responsibility for a better living environment is the duty of not any individual but everyone living on earth. Travelling responsibly means caring natural resources, supporting local cultures, and leaving a positive impact on the places you visit. This is what we are seriously concerned and responsible travel is not our slogan but it is really in our action. Some steps may be big, others may be small, but all can make a difference, especially if we work together. Join with us in the following meaningful excursions for a sustainable environment. 

The amazingly beautiful Ba Be Lakes and surrounding area is truly untouched. Inspiring Asia Travel offers a three-day tour including canoeing through a cave and into other lakes, a short trek through Ba Be National Park with a rustic overnight in a traditional stilt house of an ethnic minority. This adventure is highly recommended for nature lovers seeking for beautiful landscapes but stay away from other tourists.

For Vietnamese fisherman, sunset is the right start of a long day of fishing ahead. Board a local river boat and set out for a cruise at sunset. When you reach a good spot, hop off the boat and try your hand at casting fishing nets. Also take a few minutes to learn how to paddle the unique Vietnamese round basket boats a, it will give you an unforgettable memories.

Visit Cu Chi tunnel in combination with a stop by at the Wildlife at Risk (WAR). If you are interested in sustainable tourism or environmental conservation, a visit to WAR headquarters is a must. Get a thorough perception of how this NGO rescues wild animals and returns them to their natural environment. 

Inspiring Asia Travel is now proud to add a new eco-adventurous venue near Vientiane, promising an ultimate thrill for everyone. With these new activities, you can literally fly through the forest canopy. A boat ride on the picturesque Nam Lik river and a trek through dispersed bamboo groves and dense forest, in which orchids and ferns abound, will take you to the site as no road reaches the area. Come and experiences yourself the amazing nature.

Visit Kuang Si Waterfall, one of the highlights in Luang Prabang. Pay a visit to the Kuang Si Bear Sanctuary and learn about these rescued animals. 

Evergreen highland forests, fog filled valleys, jungle waterfalls, river adventures and mountain villages. Listen to villagers calling birds, taste food collected from the forest, play in the jungle, spend a day with woodsmen. Explore the beauty of the Nam Ha National Protected Area, an ASEAN Heritage Site on kayaking, mountain bike or trekking tours. Take a trip on the Nam Tha River, one of the last wild rivers in Southeast Asia. 

Our overnight trip from Bangkok will bring you to the first national park in Thailand, Khao Yai. There are about 70 rare species of mammals such as tiger, elephant, gaur etc, 350 species of birds including rare ones such as Great Hornbill, Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo, etc. As well as more than 2,000 species of trees and plants, Khaoyai has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2005.

Visit one of the most beautiful national parks of Thailand, Khao Sok. Have fun with a canoe down the Sok river, excited with an elephant trek in the tropical rainforest before overnighting in a natural earth lodge, explore CheowLarn Lake , Jungle trekking with lunch cooked in the jungle…All can only be found here