Four Peaks

Sail, paddle, run, repeat

There are few older, or more singular, trail races in Asia than the Beneteau Four Peaks Race. Held every January, this year was the...

Beyond the baray

A plethora of innovative and responsible tourism projects showcase Cambodia’s less well known alternatives to Angkor. Story by Nicky Sullivan and Marissa Carruthers Preah Vihear This monument’s...
Dada Li

Local hero: Dada Li

Dada Li After a first taste of freediving with friends in 2012, Dada Li knew she wanted more. Failing to find a school in her...
Sri Lanka surf

Surfing’s new dawn?

Events at an Arugam Bay surf contest suggest that Sri Lanka’s growing scene may be nearing an inflexion point
Mantas in Maldives

The Maldives: diving the coral country

The atoll-nation promises vibrant reef life and some of the best big fish action anywhere with scores of resorts and liveaboards to place you...

Rafting’s best battle it out in Indonesia

By Reynold Sumayku The Indonesian U23 Women's Team put up a brave fight on the Citarik River in West Java, but ultimately lost out to...

Kiting at the end of the world

Tasmania is remote and storm-lashed: the perfect playground for later-day explorers with a passion for big waves and epic winds Story by Gabi Steindl When the...

Drive and dive

A road trip through Australia’s most populous state reveals busy highways offshore too, where the traffic has fins and flippers Story and main photography by...

Kiting 101

The exciting sport of kitesurfing harnesses wind and wave, but first you need to find a professional trainer and a safe environment in which...

Stars at your fingertips

A liveaboard puts the full wonder of Wakatobi’s stellar diving within reach The setting sun ignites the western sky in gradations of orange and...
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Sabah’s Lost World

By Steve White Photos: Steve White, Jason Isley / Scubazoo.com The Maliau Basin remains jungle for the purists – raw and challenging to access – despite...

The dotty Dash is the real deal

So you’ve been there, and won that. You have speed-climbed Everest in a couple of hours, carrying your own Sherpa. You’ve skipped through the...

Uphill battle ends in surprise win

By Steve Thomas On February 19, some 5,600 blurry-eyed cyclists from all over Thailand (and way beyond too) were combing the roadside stalls for pre-dawn...
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