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Blogging from the Wild

5 reasons to spend this holiday season in Southeast Asia

Looking for a Christmas with a difference? Here are five reasons you should spend the holiday season in Southeast Asia.

Demining Cambodia, one rat at a time

Meet the "Hero Rats" that are helping to demine Cambodia's landscape by 2025.

Just back from...Southeast Asia

Rebecca recently got back from her trip to Southeast Asia and has summed up all her best bits.

How to Find Cheap Flights to Southeast Asia

Discover how to find the best and cheapest flights from the US to Southeast Asia for your next adventure trip.

Things to Do Outside Luang Prabang

As much as Travel Consultant Tara loves Luang Prabang, she tells us just how fulfilling it is to push the boundaries to discover the lesser-known hidden gems of Laos.

Get Certified to Dive in Thailand

Travel consultant Jen earned her PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certification in Southeast Asia and went on teaching as she travelled, spending a good year of her life underwater. So who better to advise on how to get dive certified in Thailand?

How To Get Off The Beaten Path in Luang Prabang, Laos

Travel Consultant Tara from our US office has put together a useful list of the best ways to get off the beaten track in Luang Prabang, Laos and engage in an authentic and meaningful way.

My Adventure Travel Awakening

Jonny shares with us the moment he became addicted to adventure travel, as often happens, completely by accident.

Flores and the Island of Dragons

Named Flowers by 16th-century Portuguese colonists, who were amazed by the island’s lush and fragrant forests, the island of Flores is today a traveller’s dream.

What Thailand's Coronation Ceremony Means for Travelers

The country of Thailand is planning an extravagant coronation ceremony for their new king, Maha Vajiralongkorn, also known as King Rama X. Find out what this means for travelers to the region during this time.

Sunrise Over Borobudur

Founder Jonny tells us all about his adventures ticking off Borobudur and Prambanan temples off his bucket list.

Off the Beaten Path in Siem Reap

While Founder Jonny Bealby has been working in our Cambodia office, he's discovered the best off-the-beaten-path activities for the ever-popular tourist destination of Siem Reap.

Mr Nam's Letter from the Clintons

Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen have been singing the praises of our esteemed guide, Mr Nam based in Vietnam, which inspired the former President of the United States to reach out.

An Elephant in Cambodia: Sambo's Survival

It seems apropos that as the Disney remake of “Dumbo” tops the U.S. box office charts, I stand in a Cambodian jungle watching another famous elephant soak her callused and abscessed feet in salt water.

WF's Andrea, Jonny & April Named on Conde Nast Top Traveler List

For the 13th year in a row, Andrea Ross, Wild Frontiers’ US Director of Operations, has been named to the 2019 Condé Nast Traveler “Top Travel Specialists” in the world list – an honor she has shared with US Director of Sales April Cole for the past two years.

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.

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.

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.

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