Glimpses of the World

Everyone knows that the most exotic way to travel is by cruise boat. Imagine waking up in the morning with a beautiful view of the open blue ocean or another country or island you have never seen before!

Places in Asia

Malaysia - All the Colors of the Rainbow: Sipadan Island

Here's an island that boasts 3,000 species of fish and sea tortoises inhabiting its clear waters. Sipadan is one of the smallest islands of the Indo-Pacific Islands immediately to the northeast off the coast of Borneo. Zafer Kizilkaya took photographs of this 12 hectare Malaysian island legendary among divers for its underwater beauties.





Afghanistan - Blindness

A people stuck between the tanks of Islamic factions. Small tribes and ethnic groups separated by the rough terrain. Gunes Kocatepe from Atlas visited the devastated cities of Afghanistan two years in a row and observed a country that is on the verge of insanity.








Indonesia - First Dive to a World of Miracles: Tukang Besi

Atlas investigated one of the world's richest points for marine biological life, the unspoiled Tukang Besi islands in the South Pacific. This reefs incomparable underwater universe is being published for the first time in the world press.






Indonesia - Boreno: Man vs. Man, Man vs. Mud: Kalimantan Camel Trophy

This year marks the third time one of the world's largest islands, Borneo, hosted the convoys of Camel Trophy. Twenty-two days were spent crossing the all but impenetrable rain forests, swamps and unbridled rivers of this island's wildest region, Kalimantan.








Burma - Land of Golden Dreams

This year marks the third time one of the world's largest islands, Borneo, hosted the convoys of Camel Trophy. Twenty-two days were spent crossing the all but impenetrable rain forests, swamps and unbridled rivers of this island's wildest region, Kalimantan.






Mongolia - Gobi: A Trophy Passed Through

Torturous kilometers driven in the rain and miles at the mercy of the relentless sun. No signs to help you find your way. The finals of the Camel Trophy '97 were held in Mongolia's Gobi Desert, the third largest on the planet.

Web Images

Web Images

Destinations