We are proud to introduce our new 2018 Calendars, packed with photos from our adventure travel experiences!

For 2018, we are offering our premium photo calendars. These are LIMITED prints made from our original photos! Hurry, order today and receive your 2018 Calendars in time for the holiday season. Great for gifts to family and friends, as well as coworkers or white elephant gifts.

2018 Photo Calendar: Traditions of Asia

Through our travels, we had the privilege to witness various traditions across Asia, especially festivals, ceremonies and dance performances. All more colorful than these others, all unique and exceptional. Through our 2018 Calendar – Traditions in Asia include photos, admire the camels of Rajasthan, India; the dances of Papua New Guinea; the festival of the Tibetan Plateau in Sichuan, China, and the Kazakh culture of Mongolia.

2018 Photo Calendar – Skies of Mongolia

Mongolia’s skies are different. Noticeably different and beautifully so. It could be because of the abundance of unobstructed immensities, or because one’s sight is rarely distracted by artificial features or human construction.

Through 13 photos of this full-page calendar, discover Central Mongolia, explore the taiga around Lake Khovsgol in the North, the Gobi Desert in the South, and the Altai Mountains in the West and witnessed the skies’ endless changing moods.

2018 Photo Calendar – Mountains of Asia

Take a stroll through the mountains of the Kham province in China, watch the sunrise over Mount Kelimuntu in Indonesia or Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka, along the trails the Baliem Valley in Papua, in the Altai Tavan Bogd National Park and the Tagai in Mongolia… Asia is packed with tall mountains and high peaks, way beyond the famous Himalayas.

Photo Calendars: WWF Donation

As wildlife advocates and ocean aficionados, we will donate 10% of our profit on each 2018 Calendar to the WWF.

Why we donate to the World Wildlife Fund? The organization supports:

  • Endangered species around the world, from the black rhino in southern Africa regions, snow leopard in the Himalayas, to the marine biodiversity of the Coral Triangle in the western Pacific Ocean.
  • Projects protecting the forest and wildlife of endangered regions such as the Borneo and Sumatra, the Amazon, the Congo Basin, and the Greater Mekong, as well as ocean protection, which is crucial for us as divers.
  • Management and access to fresh water and sustainable food systems
  • Works towards renewable energy and actions on climate change

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