Destination expert for The Telegraph and contributing editor to Conde Nast Traveller, award-winning travel writer Harriet O Brien travels to Chandrabhaga cattle fair on our India in Slow Motion tour.
Our head of group tours Marc speaks to Ailsa Chang, a journalist at NPR, the American public radio station, about the reasons people may decide to visit Afghanistan as a tourist. Whether it is for the beautiful mountains, friendly people or cultural legacy from the history of empires. Hear the short…
Fiona Duncan travelled to Ethiopia with Wild Frontiers and reviews some of the best places to stay in the country, where the tourism industry is growing fast. Including Bale Mountain Lodge, Gheralta Lodge and the renowned Limalimo Lodge.
Journalist and writer Caroline Eden went to take in "one of the worlds wildest - and most beautiful - corners", Tajikistan. Aside from trekking besides sparkling turquoise lakes and up far-flung mountains, Caroline watches dancing in village homestays, is driven along the white-knuckle Pamir Highway…
Award-winning travel writer Nick Boulos headed to Iran with Wild Frontiers, meeting locals and hearing their tales in Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan and beyond.
Step into the real life Jungle Book with Orla Thomas on a trip organised Wild Frontiers, enjoying beautiful photography from Philip Lee Harvey. https://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/travel-tips-and-articles/wild-india-step-into-the-real-life-jungle-book
Katherine Webb headed to the Empty Quarter of Oman to research her newest novel, The English Girl.
Minty Clinch rides through the stunning scenery of Montenegro on horseback for the Telegraph. Read more
The South Asia Security Correspondent for the FT, Matthew Green, hikes over the remote Hispar Path. Ever alert to the risk that one of his guests might stray on to a trapdoor-like patch of ice, plunge into a hidden crevasse and never be seen again, Atta Khan gave the gleaming crust of the Biafo glac…
Nick Boulos spent two weeks travelling through Iran with Wild Frontiers. From the sprawling bazaar of Tehran all the way into Isfahan, he tells a story of a country on the verge of change, of politics and pomegranates, and a fortune-teller with a clairvoyant budgie.
Simon Usborne explore Sri Lanka by train with Wild Frontiers. You can read the article below.
Wild Frontiers sends Kevin Rushby to travel Haiti, a Caribbean country just starting to experience the return of visitors following its catastrophic earthquake five years ago. Read about the fascinating culture he finds there.
The Times journalist Ian Belcher recently returned from a trip around Haiti. Below he talks about the gradual rebirth of this hidden Latin America destination. I am struggling. Eyes narrowed, imagination fully engaged, I am trying and failing to picture a luxury spa junkie, radiant from an Oxygen Gl…
Kevin Rushby travels with Wild Frontiers through Romania's Maramures region on a section of our Along the Enchanted Way tour.
The Sunday Times Foreign Correspondent Christina Lamb has just returned from a holiday in Iran with her family. Below Christina talks about how the country formerly know as the axis of evil is now a holiday destination. We had been in Iran for less than a day when my 16-year-old son said: I am begin…
Gill Charlton explores why singles holidays are increasingly popular, including testimonial from Andrew Simmonds on why he travels with Wild Frontiers.
Paul Bloomfield explorers Armenia on a new Wild Frontiers trip and reports about it in The Times.
Wild Frontiers sends Hanya Yanigahara to Kashmir where she discoveres a region that is somewhere inbetween both India and Pakistan.
In light of the imminent release of the sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel the New York Times reports on our Real Exotic Marigold Hotel Tour.
Travelling with Wild Frontiers, Kevin Rushby wants to find out if you have a proper adventure on a group trip. Read the full piece to find out!