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Blogging from the Wild

Building a Future for the Children of Gendit, Ethiopia

For most of us travelling is, at the very least, thought-provoking and inspiring, but for some, it can be the catapult that sets them on an unexpected path.

Guide and Seek: Tulga, our Man in Mongolia

Here at Wild Frontiers HQ, we were lucky to receive a visit from our friend and local guide in Mongolia, Tulga, who happened to be in London ahead of the Travel and Destinations Show and stopped by for a chat.

Five Reasons to Visit Kyrgyzstan in 2019

If you speak to anyone who has been to Kyrgyzstan they will probably tell you that it's one of their favourite places in the world. Exactly why this is, can be quite difficult to narrow down but I've managed to whittle it down to the five below...

Lights, Camera, Action! Film Locations that have Inspired us to Travel

  • 7th February 2019

It’s a big year for films. Particularly because it’s throwing us back to the early 90’s with the likes of a live-action adaptation of Aladdin hitting screens in May, followed by The Lion King in July. This got us here at the Wild Frontiers about films that have inspired us to travel.

The Kindness of Strangers in the Middle East

When I work or travel in the Middle East what I notice and love most are the acts of kindness, the unspoken give and take that seems to operate within society here.

Spending the Night on Wahiba Sands

A Monday in the Wahiba Sands of Oman is probably the best Monday you will have. After breaking our first night wild camping, shaking the dew from the tent we packed up and headed to the coast over miles and miles of dunes...

Must-See Southeast Asia Festivals

Take a look at the list of our favorite Southeast Asia festivals below and start planning a trip that incorporates one or more with the help of our Southeast Asia tour specialists.

Small Group Tours to Iran

  • 27th January 2019

Iran is a fascinating country rich in history and culture. Small group tours to Iran are the best way to safely experience this beautiful country. Check out some of our best small group tours to this amazing country.

Is Vietnam safe to visit?

I get asked a lot if it’s safe to go to Vietnam, the truth is that this question goes much deeper than that. It’s about Americans wondering if those we used to see as enemies are now in fact welcoming hosts?

What you need to know when planning for Loi Krathong, and why you should book it with Wild Frontiers

Loi Krathong is one of the most well-known Festivals in Southeast Asia and has been documented everywhere from National Geographic to Instagram many times over. It had long been on my wish-list and last November, I was lucky enough to be in Chiang Mai to see Loi Krathong for myself.

A Day of Introspection and Healing: Siem Reap Spiritual Tour

  • 22nd January 2019

Andrea experiences a day of introspection healing while enjoying a spiritual tour of Siem Reap in Cambodia.

10 Reasons Why You Should Travel in the “Rainy” Season

Although most travel books say you should avoid the rainy sesason in Laos, we think that they shouldn't be overlooked. Here's why you should consider traveling during Laos' rain season.

Traveling while Pregnant

April gives her personal suggestions and recommendations for staying safe and comfortable if you choose to travel while pregnant.

Upscale shopping in Siem Reap — Kandal Village

Siem Reap’s old French quarter is on its way to becoming one of the city’s fastest growing districts. Now known as Kandal Village, it's home to newly opened shops, cafes and eateries expanding the idea of what it means to be downtown Siem Reap.

Travel lingo: What’s the difference between a Tour Operator and a Ground Operator?

The travel world can be full of confusing insider lingo that’s difficult for ordinary people to understand. Two questions we get asked quite often are, what’s the difference between a Tour Operator and a Ground Operator? And, why would a traveler want to work with a Tour Operator vs. a Ground Operator?

Transitioning Through Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Bangkok is such a large metropolitan hub that it has two major airports – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). Most International flights (and many domestic flights) arrive into Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), so we’ve focused this blog on helpful hints for this particular airport:

Blue IS the Warmest Colour: Blue Monday, the Most Depressing Day of the Year

  • 21st January 2019

Blue Monday is upon us. Of course, January couldn’t be a more fitting month to house the most depressing day of the year, but it got us thinking. Surely one, unassuming day of the year can’t be burdened with a title such as the ‘most depressing day of the year’. Rather sets you up for failure, does it not?

Mother’s Day Celebrations In Thailand

We explore the traditions and festivities surrounding the Thai celebration of Mother's Day which is celebrated in honour of their Queen.

How would I decide between Laos and Northern Thailand?

This blog stems from having that conversation with myself – if I was to go back to either Laos or Northern Thailand – two similar destinations, which would I choose and why?

What to expect from Laos’s Visa on Arrival Process

Most travelers will need a visa for Laos, and visas are issued on arrival. Here's what to expect from Lao's visa on arrival process.

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