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Bali and Lombok nab most of the tourist trade in Indonesia, but as more and more travellers appreciate this truly beautiful destination, they are exploring further afield. Java was the first wider foray and now, hard on Javanese heels, come the twin island gems of Flores and Komodo.
Quite possibly the most 'other' destination on Earth, and in our humble opinion a must for everyone's bucket list.
Papua New Guinea is pretty much as close as you can get to frontier travel in this day and age.
Of Wilfred Thesiger fame, this is desert as it should be, with soaring dunes as far as the eye can see.
Pristine diving + snorkelling elephants + indigenous tribes = one of the world's most original destinations.
A fascinating Himalayan kingdom offering unique cultural insight, superb trekking and landscapes, and welcoming people.
Five hours west of the mainland, the island home of the giant moai statues is more Polynesian than Chilean.
We are now offering trips to Egypt's southerly neighbour, where history and culture are the order of the day.
Deep inside the Arctic Circle, this archipelago of Norwegian islands is remote, wild and completely beautiful.
Good things come to those who wait, or at least to those who are prepared to travel to the other side of the globe.