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The Corridor of Peace for Sikhs in India & Pakistan

Jane reports on her visit to Pakistan and the recent announcement on the opening of a 'Corridor of Peace' between India and Pakistan.

Visiting Aurangabad

In his last post from India, Jonny describes the incredible cave temple complexes at Ajanta and Ellora, and a great alternative to the Taj Mahal.

A Short Stay in Burhanpur

Jonny describes his visit to the town of Burhanpur, an intriguing place boasting an impressive Mughal palace and countless temples and mosques.

Back to Bijaipur to Catch Up With Old Friends

During his visit to Rajasthan, Jonny visits some old friends at the amazing Castle Bijaipur to catch up and reminisce.

Dancing on the Border (at the Wagah Closing Ceremony)

WF traveller Peter Heywood visited Wagah on the Karakoram Adventure tour in June 2018.

Enlightenment at Fairy Meadows

WF traveller Peter Heywood visited Fairy Meadows on the Karakoram Adventure tour in June 2018.

Indian Cuisine Q&A with Romy Gill

Renowned chef and restaurant owner, Romy Gill, discusses her love of India's mouthwatering cuisine, its impact on her life and Indian culture. Plus she talks about her excitement about leading her upcoming Taste of India tour with Wild Frontiers

Exploring Timeless Srinagar

WF's Ruby-Tiger has recently been retracing her parents' footsteps in Srinagar, the capital of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.

The Nubra Valley and the World's Best Views

The journey to the Nubra Valley in Ladakh, along the highest road in the world accessible to vehicles, is a fascinating experience - if a little chaotic at times.

South India Q&A with Amit

We had a chat with our India specialist about his love of the less travelled areas of southern India, from the numerous ancient sites, achingly beautiful surroundings, friendly people, frenetic megacities and of course the delilcious food that has become a much loved export

Joining in with the Kalash's Joshi Festival

Hilary was fortunate enough to lead a Wild Frontiers tour in Pakistan during the Kalash's famous Joshi festival. She describes her experiences here.

22 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Pakistan

It may not be the first destination you think of but we believe Pakistan has so much to offer the willing traveller and here are 22 incredible photos to prove it.

Travelling with a Water-to-Go bottle in Pakistan

Before heading out to Pakistan to join our group on the Hindu Kush Festival Adventure tour, I was kitted out with one of our brand new Wild Frontiers Water-to-Go filter bottles.

Recipe: Karhai Ginger Chicken

We are very excited that Sumayya Usmani is leading a culinary tour of Pakistan for us. Here she shares one of her favourite recipes with us, Karhai Ginger Chicken, a staple in Pakistan.

Just Back From... Pakistan

After travelling on our Pakistan: Hindu Kush Festival Adventure tour, WF's Clem discusses her highlights of the trip including all her favourite experiences.

Book of the Month May 2018: Koh-i-Noor by William Dalrymple & Anita Anand

In this book William Dalrymple and Anita Ananad trace the story of the world's most famous diamond, the Koh-i-Noor, taking in tales of empires, murder, greed and colonialism, whilst dispelling some commonly held myths along the way. We caught up with author William Dalrymple and asked him more about the book.

William Dalrymple in Pakistan

William Dalrymple recently travelled with his family to Pakistan as a guest with Wild Frontiers. Despite having visited Pakistan many times, this was his first encounter with the Kalash tribe.

Just Back From... Sri Lanka

Our Indian Subcontinent specialist, Amit, has just returned from Sri Lanka. He talks about his highlights from food and views, to experiences and accommodation.

Birds, Beasts and Beauties of Bangladesh

Tour leader Amanda has just returned to Dhaka ready to lead her third tour in Bangladesh. Here she explains how the country differed from her expectations and talks about her favourite parts of the tour and why everyone should visit.

Which India tour is right for you?

India is a vast and varied country with much to experience, which is why many travellers keep returning time and time again. From the frenetic cities of Delhi and Kolkata to the rural idyll of village India, the beaches of Goa to the mountains of Kashmir, tribal communities, religious ceremonies and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there’s something to appeal whatever you interests. However, with so much to see and do, it can be difficult to decide which area to focus on and which sights to visit. To help you choose the perfect India tour, we’ve put together a guide to some of our most popular trips.

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