Blogging from the Wild

Darwin’s Ecuador: from the Andes to Galapagos

Julie Luscombe recently travelled on our Darwin's Ecuador trip and writes about her trip of a lifetime.

Revolution through Photography - Roberto Salas Interview

Iconic photos of iconic leaders. Pictures that shaped generations. The images of photographer Roberto Salas include many Cuba classics that will never be matched. Having seen his work in books, magazines and on the internet for years, I was very excited to speak with him.

Where was Roma Filmed?

Latin American expert Richard talks about a new tour which takes in Mexico City (where Roma was set and filmed), and offers a glimpse into the life of indigenous communities in Oaxaca, the most diverse of Mexico’s 32 states.

How to avoid the crowds while visiting Costa Rica

Latin America expert Richard Leonardi explains how it's still possible to visit Costa Rica but avoid the crowds in this popular tourist destination.

Taking the Long View at the Lost Canyon Nature Reserve

Ecotourism in Nicaragua flourishes. In part, thanks to Lost Canyon Nature Reserve, a private conservation effort to restore tropical dry forest and support endangered species.

Is it safe to visit Nicaragua?

Nicaragua has had its fair share of turmoil in the past, but we explore if it is safe and right to visit this country in the current climate.

De-escalating Tensions above Medellin

Medellín's most notorious and dangerous area, Comuna 13, has been transformed with the help of...escalators?

The Art of Colombia’s Botero

Painter and sculptor Fernando Botero is a world-renowned Colombian artist. His style is unmistakably his own, it is impossible to mistake a Botero work.

Ataco - The Town Where the Walls Speak

Take a walk around the charming city of Ataco and let the mural walls tell you a story.

Old School Threads – Keeping Tradition Alive in Colombia

Aware of the importance of rural traditions to their culture, these Colombian women are willing to work hard, long hours to make sure they stay alive.

Glamping in Guatemala: Trekking from Antigua to Atitlán in Comfort

Wild Frontiers is happy to present Glamping in Guatemala – an amazing four-day trek through the Guatemalan highlands.

Finding the Secret of Eternal Youth in Peru

For many who seek it, the secret of eternal youth often passes them by without them noticing. It is in Peru where the true secret of eternal youth can be found.

Just back from...Colombia

Richard recetly returned from a trip to Colombia and filled us in on all the highlights.

Chasing a total solar eclipse in Chile and Argentina

Chasing a total solar eclipse all the way to Chile and Argentina is adventurous, to say the least, but our clients Caroline and Alan detail just why the celestial event of the year was 'totally' worth it.

Just back from...Costa Rica

Meike recently got back from her tour of Costa Rica and, forever a fan of sustainable travel, was enthused to tell us all about her trip.

Just Back From...Guatemala

Fresh from his tour to Guatemala, Richard tells us all about the highlights of his trip.

The Benefits of Turtle Tourism

This World Turtle Day, Meike outlines the benefits of turtle conservation and how Costa Rica wildlife holidays are helping this endangered species.

Sustainable Tourism in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is nailing sustainable travel and eco-friendly tourism and responsible travel enthusiast Meike, finds out just why that is.

Just Back From...Chile & Argentina

Senior Travel Consultant Charlie talks about the highlights of his trip to Argentine and Chilean Patagonia including discovering the joys of asado and canoeing in Tierra del Fuego National Park.

Visiting Patagonia in the Autumn

Wild Frontiers' Charlie discovers the benefits of travelling to Patagonia in the Autumn.

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