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The wings of the Kyrgyz people

Tour leader Cally's riding tour of Kyrgyzstan comes to an end...but not before some horseback wrestling.

Journeying to meet the nomads

Tour leader Cally continues her riding tour in Kyrgyzstan.

Clip clopping through the Tien Shan

Tour Leader Cally continues her journey through Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan: Ride the Mountains of Heaven

Tour leader Cally tells us about leading a tour by horse through Kyrgyzstan's spectacular mountains.

The Novelty of Nothingness in Mongolia

Across the scenic steppe of Mongolia, there appears to be little else but a vast amount of emptiness, poised to be filled...

What to eat in China

Knowing where to start your culinary journey in China is easier said than done. Luckily, Travel Consultant Alice has some handy tips to make getting your real Chinese food fix a doddle.

Just back from...Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan

After Natalie's recent recce trip to Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, she tells us all about her highlights.

Just back from...Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan

Recently back from his journey to Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, Sales Manager Sean fills us in on the highlights of his trip.

The Land of Silk Road Treasures

Anne Quinney travelled with us recently on our Uzbekistan: Land of Silk Road Treasures tour, and loved her trip so much, she decided to write a blog for us.

Why You Need To Visit The Silk Road

The 'Stans of Central Asia' have an allure like no other place in this world. For most people these countries are rarely thought about and even more rarely traveled to. Which is why we are here to tell you that the Silk Road, specifically the area through Central Asia should be at the top of everyon…

Just Back From…Uzbekistan

Travel Consultant Clem has just got back from a trip to Uzbekistan and has a lot to say about this fascinating Central Asian country.

Best Time to Visit Lhasa

Lhasa, which literally translates to “The Place of the Gods” has sat high on the Tibetan plateau as the cultural, political and spiritual capital of the region for at least a thousand years.

Guide and Seek: Tulga, our Man in Mongolia

Here at Wild Frontiers HQ, we were lucky to receive a visit from our friend and local guide in Mongolia, Tulga, who happened to be in London ahead of the Travel and Destinations Show and stopped by for a chat.

Five Reasons to Visit Kyrgyzstan in 2019

If you speak to anyone who has been to Kyrgyzstan they will probably tell you that it's one of their favourite places in the world. Exactly why this is, can be quite difficult to narrow down but I've managed to whittle it down to the five below...

What Does a Silk Road Itinerary Look Like?

We put together a Silk Road Itinerary to help you visualize what it's like to travel along the silk road and the things you can expect to experience.

Timur and Uzbekistan

After his recent trip to Uzbekistan, Josh takes a look at Timur, their national hero and a 14th century warlord who conquered much of Asia.

What it's Like Staying in a Yurt

Yurts have been a quintiessential part of Central Asian for thousands of years and staying in one, even for a few days, is a quite the experience. Josh describes what it's like staying in a yurt after his Kyrgyzstan Explorer trip.

Bread in Central Asian Cuisine

Bread is an essential part of Central Asian cuisine, it's present at every meal and has been made the same way for centuries.

A Day in Koyasan

Tour leader Max Wood spends a day exploring Koyasan.

Just Back From... Uzbekistan

Josh recently had the opportunity to visit Uzbekistan, taking in the Silk Road cities of Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand as well as its modern capital of Tashkent. In this blog he describes his highlights, tips and favourite moments.

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