Niki Kane

My husband and I first contacted Wild Frontiers about doing one of their famous trips to Pakistan in 2001. However, so taken were we by their young, enthusiastic and refreshingly personal approach to travel that with that not being possible (due to 9/11) we ended up going to Ethiopia instead. The trip was so much fun we booked again the following spring for a tour to East India & Bhutan and next year we are planning on going to Georgia and - at last - Pakistan. Normally we travel on our own or with friends and organise things ourselves but Wild Frontiers' ethos of getting you 'off the beaten track' and all importantly into the homes and 'rustic' areas of the places to which they travel, appeals to us greatly. They are the only group tour company we have been with and I don't see that changing.