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Just Back From: Madagascar

Africa specialist Peter has just returned from Madagascar on a two week recce of this unique and fascinating island. Below he talks about his favourite moments from the trip, including visiting the community project at Anja Park, enjoying the views in Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park and relaxing at…

Why Visit Madagascar?

To round off this series of blogs I would like to take a slight deviation from the norm of telling you what I did in Madagascar and focus on why you should be going instead. Naturally this is not an exhaustive list of the reasons, but instead what I feel makes Madagascar such a captivating travel de…

Anja Park - Community Conservation in Action

Africa specialist Peter has just returned from Madagascar, where he visited the wonderful Anja Park community project...   After 11 years in the travel industry I have always been wary of "buzzwords" that are thrown around and descriptions such a 'Boutique Hotel' and 'Multi-Generational Travel' …

Scrambling up the Tsingy de Bemaraha in Madagascar

Africa specialist Peter is currently in Madagascar and recounts his experience of visiting Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park below... Africa is home to some of the planet's most extraordinary geological features and I have been fortunate enough to visit many of them. Namibia's stunning Damaralan…

Hotel Review: Tena Tena, Zambia

  • 1st July 2016

Safaris under canvas are one of Africa’s most iconic experiences and nowhere in the South Luangwa epitomises a traditional safari better than Tena Tena in South Luangwa National Park. Set on the banks of the Luangwa River beneath a grove of huge mahogany trees, the location of the camp offers gue…

Ethiopia: Top Five Places to Stay

As one of Africa’s emerging tourist destinations, the perception of Ethiopia is that the accommodation is not up to the standard of the rest of the continent, whilst it is true that it doesn’t have the super-luxurious accommodation options that one would find in Tanzania, Botswana and South Africa, …

Ethiopia: a land of contrasts

Wild Frontiers offers a number of Ethiopia holidays, both group travel and tailor-made tours. The sheer size of many African countries means that travellers will often get to see a variety of landscapes. Botswana offers desert, open Savannah, wetlands and riverine terrain, whilst Kenya allows vis…

Taking the Tesfa Trek

Our new Africa consultant Peter is exploring Ethiopia. Here he describes his experience on the Tesfa (Tourism in Ethiopia for Sustainable Future Alternatives) Trek, one of the highlights of our Northern Explorer tour, whilst it can also be arranged on a tailor-made basis. For many seasoned travel…

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