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Spike in action
Indian Subcontinent India
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Wild Frontiers Tour Leader Spike Reid recently paddleboarded the entire length of India’s Ganges River to raise awareness of water pollution. We caught up with him to find out what inspired him to embark on such a voyage and how he got on... Why did you decide to paddleboard the Ganges? Well this hadn’t been done before and we wanted to do something attention-grabbing to highlight ...

View of Mount Kazbegi from a morning walk
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Our Tour in Focus blogs take an in-depth look at our best and most popular trips, highlighting what makes them unique and answering anything you may like to know. The Caucusus is a key destination for us in Europe, often seen as the frontier where east meets west. Offering both culture and adventure, this is the home of warm hospitality, stunning scenery and the legendary Golden Fleece. Our Acr...

Bride's entrance
Indian Subcontinent India
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WF traveller Peter Heywood went on our Slowly Down The Ganges tour in November 2016. Below he relives his experiences of travelling to India during peak wedding season. Photos are courtesy of John Coupe, who also travelled on the trip. Surprisingly, camping on a sandbank in the Ganges can prove to be the ideal place from which to fully appreciate one of the key aspects of India’s w...

Richard Dunwoody and nephew George
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Wild Frontiers tour leader and former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody is about to embark on a new challenge – walking the length of Japan’s three largest islands, Kyushu, Honshu and Hokkaido. The aim of his epic journey is to raise money and awareness for Sarcoma UK, the bone and soft tissue cancer charity. The charity is particularly personal to Richard as his nephew George, aged jus...

Camping in the Caucasus Mountains, Georgia
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For us, wild camping offers a rare and desirable opportunity to enjoy the breath-taking beauty of a place away from the trappings of modern life. To pitch a tent in the wilderness and spend the night with nature is one of the best ways to truly experience a destination, as night-time falls with just the stars for company. Below we take a look at some of our favourite spots to do just that, from th...

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A wet and dreary December, with no sign of a beautiful cold, crisp, sunny, winter day in site; my bags were packed and a hot dry climate for Christmas was calling... and so to Magical Myanmar we go! Our adventure started on the 19th December and, to my surprise (given the small population of Christians in Myanmar), the city of Yangon was very much in full flow to the Christmas spirit with a mul...

Outside terrace
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Since opening in 2013 the Rooms Hotel in Georgia’s Kazbegi has been a real game changer for the region and, in fact, the country as a whole. I've visited a couple of times in the past few years and it's become one of my favourite places to stay in the Caucasus. What makes it special? There are a couple of things that make the Rooms Hotel so special. Before it was renovated ...

View of Panauti village
Indian Subcontinent Nepal
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Head of Tailor-Made Tours Nigel recently returned from Nepal where he researched destinations, accommodation and experiences for our tours. Wild Frontiers has already run some successful trips to Nepal and off the back of his trip we will now be offering more adventurous tours for our clients. Below Nigel talks about one of the homestays he experienced whilst in Nepal. During my recent trip t...

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