David Attenborough returns to screens in November 2019 with what is sure to be another natural world blockbuster. As the title suggests, the series will follow families of animals, namely chimpanzees, emperor penguins, lions, tigers and painted wolves (or African wild dog as they are also known). Here we look at how you can see all of these animals with Wild Frontiers
The Silk Road is one of the world’s most famous and evocative routes. Named after the trade which sprang up in response to the demand for Chinese silk, its origins can be traced back over 3000 years.
Wild Frontiers is used to exploring wilderness areas. The UK travel company specialises in off the beaten track holidays, from the mountains of Afghanistan to the deserts of Sudan. Yet even they were startled when on one of their wildest recces yet; the discovery of a bear in Siberia, long thought extinct.
You may be forgiven for thinking football is the only sport in town over the next month. And whilst there’s no doubting the beautiful game is the world’s most popular sport, there are a whole host of other bizarre sports around the world, many of them offering a fascinating insight into the culture and history of a place. From eagle hunting in Kyrgyzstan to sumo in Japan, follow us on a sporting journey around the world…
Destinations come in and out of vogue, and as a travel company it can be hard to predict where the next trending place will be. Therefore, we’ve delved into our systems to see where people are currently booking, to bring you the hottest destinations of 2018. Read on to find out our five hot destinations for 2018.
One of the truly authentic ways to experience the diverse cultures in the world is through your dinner plate. Traditional food and drink, national dishes and regional flavors convey a subtle legacy and various cultural influences in a way that a history lesson often cannot. If you’re interested in experiencing a country through the distinct flavors of its food and drink, the following culinary tours are not to be missed!
This September, the 3rd annual World Nomad Games take place in Cholpon Ata on the shores of Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan. It's an incredible event and here are our five reasons why you should visit.