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Clean Up in the Kalash

  • 12th November 2020

Two months after heavy rains sent mud gushing down the valley, damaging community buildings in its wake, the clean-up operation is almost complete in the small Kalash village of Balanguru.

The Future of Baleygon School Secured Through New Partnership

  • 19th March 2020

The future of the Baleygon Village School and the education of almost 100 children has been secured through a new partnership between the Wild Frontiers Foundation and the Felix Foundation Baltistan, a non-profit organisation helping to develop communities within Pakistan’s remote Hushe Valley.

Reducing Wild Frontiers' Carbon Footprint - Outlining Our 2020 Plan

  • 18th February 2020

As a travel company we have a responsibility to the countries, communities and environments we visit. With this responsibility comes the opportunity to make a genuine difference.

10 Years of the Wild Frontiers Foundation

  • 31st May 2019

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Wild Frontiers Foundation!

Water on the Go - Join the Campaign

  • 24th May 2019

Since establishing of our reusable filtered water bottle campaign in early 2018, we estimate Wild Frontiers and our clients have saved more than 28,000 single use plastic water bottles while travelling.

From the Streets of Kolkata to Lord's

  • 4th April 2019

Meet Anjali, Millie, Jabir and Tarak, team North India’s batting line up for the Street Child Cricket World Cup. Unsurprisingly in a nation of cricket fanatics, the Indian teenagers share a passion for the sport, but it’s their individual skills with a bat and ball that are set to take them from the streets of Kolkata to Lord’s!

Ethiopian Cultural Food

Ethiopian Cultural Food is characterized by the ritual of breaking "injera" and sharing food from a common plate, signifying the bonds of loyalty and friendship. The traditional way of eating is with fingers. "Injera" is placed on the plate with variety of dishes decoratively arranged around it.

10 images to make you 'Go with the Flow'

  • 16th July 2015

As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. We have selected 10 of our favourite images from waterways across the globe that will make you want to 'go with the flow' - from the Holy Ganges, mighty River Congo and the Mekong Delta to Lake Nasser, the Okavango Delta, Dal Lake, the San Blas Isla…

Things to Know About Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a country rich in history, culture, and nature. It's one of the forgotten gems of Africa and these amazing things you should know about Ethiopia will have you booking your next trip.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Central India

Central India is simply the heart of the country, a soft and mystical land peppered with ancient temples and majestic forts, whose forests and jungle teem with wildlife and punctuated by some of her most vibrant and historical cities.

Northeast India - A Treasure Trove Of Things To Do & See!

The Northeast of India is a treasure trove of amazing things to do and see – from trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas, sailing down the mighty Ganges River, tiger spotting in Sunderbans and sampling some of the world’s finest tea. Unlike much of India, large swaths of the north and northeast …

Rajasthan Must See Activities

We've put together a list of Rajasthan must see activities during a trip to this beautiful part of India. Click here for the best things to do in Rajasthan.

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