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Asia, the world's largest continent, is known for its diverse culture, coupled with exciting wildlife, from big cats to iconic great apes, as well as a plethora of fascinating birdlife in a wide range of habitats.


The Republic of the Maldives is an 868 kilometre chain of over 1,000 islands strung across the Indian Ocean, grouped into ring-shaped reefs, or atolls; swaying palms, pristine sandy beaches and crystal blue waters. Reef life in the Maldives is prolific with over 700 common fish species.


At the heart of the Himalayas, overlooked by the world’s highest mountains, Nepal is a truly spectacular country with a rich blend of Buddhist and Hindu culture and a remarkably diverse range of habitat stretching from snow-capped mountains to low-lying forest, which give rise to an exceptional variety of birds and mammals


Russia, the largest country in the world, stretches for 8000 kilometres from the Baltic Sea right across Northern Asia to the shores of the Pacific. Covering a staggering nine time zones, this immense area boasts a wide range of natural environments, ethnic peoples, and flora and fauna.