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Blogging from the Wild

22 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Pakistan

It may not be the first destination you think of but we believe Pakistan has so much to offer the willing traveller and here are 22 incredible photos to prove it.

Some of the World's Most Unusual Sports

  • 13th June 2018

You may be forgiven for thinking football is the only sport in town over the next month. And whilst there’s no doubting the beautiful game is the world’s most popular sport, there are a whole host of other bizarre sports around the world, many of them offering a fascinating insight into the culture and history of a place. From eagle hunting in Kyrgyzstan to sumo in Japan, follow us on a sporting journey around the world…

Chile and its Landscapes: A Photo Blog

Here are just a few of those landscapes highlighted by our Product Manager, Anna, who recently returned from her first trip to this beautiful land.

A View From Tehran: Tourism, Tensions and Trump

Wild Frontiers Founder Jonny Bealby found himself in Tehran as Donald Trump cancelled the nuclear agreement and vowed to reimpose sanctions against Iran. Here he reports from Tehran.

Just Back From... Algeria

Wild Frontiers' Jamie recently returned from our Algerian Colours trip. Here he talks about some of the highlights, from exploring the Roman ruins of Djemila to hiking up vast sand dunes.

Just Back From: Israel & Palestine

Middle East expert Dan just returned from a trip around Israel & Palestine. Here he talks about his favourite view, favourite meal and more.

Travelling with a Water-to-Go bottle in Pakistan

Before heading out to Pakistan to join our group on the Hindu Kush Festival Adventure tour, I was kitted out with one of our brand new Wild Frontiers Water-to-Go filter bottles.

Recipe: Karhai Ginger Chicken

We are very excited that Sumayya Usmani is leading a culinary tour of Pakistan for us. Here she shares one of her favourite recipes with us, Karhai Ginger Chicken, a staple in Pakistan.

Just Back From... Pakistan

After travelling on our Pakistan: Hindu Kush Festival Adventure tour, WF's Clem discusses her highlights of the trip including all her favourite experiences.

Visiting Iran as an American

I would just like to share what the experience was like for two Americans in this Islamic country, a reputed enemy of America.

The Hottest Destinations of 2018

  • 22nd May 2018

Destinations come in and out of vogue, and as a travel company it can be hard to predict where the next trending place will be. Therefore, we’ve delved into our systems to see where people are currently booking, to bring you the hottest destinations of 2018. Read on to find out our five hot destinations for 2018.

Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan: Homestays, Borders and Desert Storms

Tour leader, Carly Fillis, writes from the field about local hospitality and the fickle weather of the desert, as she leads our Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan: Cities of the Silk Road tour.

Best Culinary Tours

  • 14th May 2018

One of the truly authentic ways to experience the diverse cultures in the world is through your dinner plate. Traditional food and drink, national dishes and regional flavors convey a subtle legacy and various cultural influences in a way that a history lesson often cannot. If you’re interested in experiencing a country through the distinct flavors of its food and drink, the following culinary tours are not to be missed!

5 Reasons to Visit the World Nomad Games

This September, the 3rd annual World Nomad Games take place in Cholpon Ata on the shores of Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan. It's an incredible event and here are our five reasons why you should visit.

Esfahan - Half the World

The last time I was in Esfahan was May 8th 1997. And now I am back again, exactly 21 years later. Has it changed?... 'Half the world', was how one French traveller described the city when passing through in the 16th century, and for good reason.

In Iran, With the World's Most Civilised People

Among the well-informed travelling community, the people of Iran have a reputation as one of the most friendly, hospitable and cultured peoples of the world. And within less than a day in this fascinating country, I had already had first hand experience of these famed characteristics.

Book of the Month May 2018: Koh-i-Noor by William Dalrymple & Anita Anand

In this book William Dalrymple and Anita Ananad trace the story of the world's most famous diamond, the Koh-i-Noor, taking in tales of empires, murder, greed and colonialism, whilst dispelling some commonly held myths along the way. We caught up with author William Dalrymple and asked him more about the book.

Six of the Best: Waterfalls

  • 2nd May 2018

There are few sights on earth that demonstrate the raw power of nature quite like a waterfall – it’s no surprise that legends sprang up around the falls, the ones below include gods, lovers and murder. Thousands of tonnes of water flowing at breakneck speed over cliff edges, it’s an experience you’ll never forget.

William Dalrymple in Pakistan

William Dalrymple recently travelled with his family to Pakistan as a guest with Wild Frontiers. Despite having visited Pakistan many times, this was his first encounter with the Kalash tribe.

Trekking in Eastern Europe

  • 25th April 2018

We've complied a list of the top destination for trekking in Eastern Europe. From Montenegro to Georgia, these are the best places for a walking holiday.

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