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Blogging from the Wild

Just Back From... Sri Lanka

Our Indian Subcontinent specialist, Amit, has just returned from Sri Lanka. He talks about his highlights from food and views, to experiences and accommodation.

Digital Detox Destinations

  • 13th April 2018

These trips to off-the-beaten-track destinations have plenty of places to stay which are free of phone signal and WiFi, giving you a much-needed chance to switch off, relax and reconnect with the world around you.

Just Back From...Zimbabwe

Head of Marketing Michael is just back from Zimbabwe, where he found a country embracing change and open for business.

Tour in Focus: Viva Colombia

Our tour in focus blogs take an in-depth look at what makes our signature trips special, and answers the most common questions our clients have. This time we take a look at our two week Viva Colombia tour. Colombia is a real highlight of Latin America, and is a destination that is rapidly becoming more popular, with something to appeal to every traveller. Here’s everything you need to know…

Zimbabwe is Open for Business

Head of Marketing Michael recently visited Zimbabwe and found a country bursting with optimism and keen to roll out the red carpet for tourists.

Five Reasons to Visit Colombia

One of the most diverse countries in Latin America, with landscapes ranging from sun-soaked Caribbean beaches to arid deserts and the lush green hills of the Zona Cafetera, and a culture encompassing ancient civilisations, colonial charm and sultry salsa, Colombia has a wealth of experiences to offer travellers. Here we take a look at our five favourite reasons to visit.

Just Back From: The Three Guianas

Our Group Tour Operations Manager Dan has just got back from our Three Guianas: Guyana, Suriname & French Guiana recce tour and he cannot stop talking about what an incredible time he had. Here he fills us in on some of the many highlights from the tour.

Best Trekking Places in India

  • 28th March 2018

If you want to truly experience India the best way to do it is on foot. India is a country that you need to experience in an up close and personal way. The sights, the sounds, the scents, and the natural energy that seems to pulse through the nation.

A home from home in Jordan

Tour leader Carly shares her experience of a homestay in Jordan, one full of traditional food and hospitality!

The Cultural Significance of Chocolate in Colombia

Colombia is home to some of the finest chocolate found anywhere on the planet. Here we take a look at why Cacao is such an important product in the country.

Wild Frontiers’ Alternative Bucket List

  • 16th March 2018

With tourist numbers growing every year, many destinations are seeing record visitor numbers fueled by the rise of Instagram and the idea of the bucket list, which is leading to concerns around 'over-tourism'. If you want to avoid the crowds, here is our alternative bucket list of lesser-visited but equally inspiring sights and cities.

Mexico Magico

Mexico is one of the most diverse countries in the world, because of its people, its culture, the bio-diversity, heritage, history and many other things… All these elements makes this a unique country and a very attractive destination for all kinds of tourism.

Six Nights in Namibia

Christopher Isles and his wife Karen spent a week in Namibia, climbing dunes, discovering rock art, exploring game parks and much more.

Last Train to Addis

After the “Christmas Explorer” trip, Peter Heywood visited Dire Dawa and Awash with Wild Frontiers.

Evening of Adventure Live from the Royal Geographical Society

  • 27th February 2018

Watch our 'Evening of Adventure' with Kate Humble, Benedict Allen and Richard Dunwoody, libe from the Royal Geographical Society.

The Kyzylkum Desert - A Massive and Desolate Place

  • 22nd February 2018

The Kyzylkum Desert looks big enough on a map, but its true size is only known to those who have journeyed across it. Stretching for hundreds of miles across harsh terrain, the brave traders who pioneered the silk road would spend weeks crossing it, staring out at the sand.

Book of the Month: Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall

  • 19th February 2018

A fascinating and highly readable book that shows how geography has shaped the way of the world today, Prisoners of Geography is a great way to understand the geographical reasons behind many of the areas of conflict in the world today.

The Barefoot Emperor

Peter Heywood travelled to Ethiopia with Wild Frontiers on the “Christmas Explorer” trip.

Six of the Best Festivals Around the World

  • 19th February 2018

There are few better ways to truly immerse yourself in a new country than to attend an event full of cultural displays, traditional rituals, authentic food and local people. Here is a round-up of our favourite festivals from around the world.

Chinese New Year - The Year of the Dog

  • 16th February 2018

It's Chinese New Year, welcome to the year of the dog!

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