Entries in gap travel (51)
As we fast approach the end of what was an eventful 2011 for Into the Wild, today we look back on some of our favourite articles and features of the year. With plenty more to follow in the coming week, including an intriguing interview with celebrity vet and television presenter Mark Evans, we're sure you'll want to stick around for the rest of the year too.
Moving away from Fiji in the South Pacific, today we journey to East Africa to tell you about the amazing community and conservation work being carried out by Frontier in this beautiful part of the world. In this concluding day of our project focus week, you'll learn exactly what we've been up to on our fantastic Tanzania Wildlife Tracking and Community Adventure project and see what you could get involved in.
Here at Frontier HQ we love nothing more than getting out and about in the streets of Shoreditch to find out what people are thinking. This week’s theme of adventure sports lends itself perfectly to a spot of street-side questioning, and today’s little adventure didn’t disappoint. Here’s what we gleaned.
Although it’s not in Central America, today’s National Park Profile features an amazing reserve on the southern tip of Florida in the USA. We spoke to Gary Bremen of Biscayne National Park about this beautiful area and the conservation issues it is involved in.
In an attempt to take you well away from the gloomy UK weather, Into the Wild will this week be focusing its attention on somewhere far more exotic: Central America. So whether you’re planning a trip to this beautiful region, or even just looking for some inspirational escapism, this is the place to be...We kick things off with Costa Rica.
Welcome to the second part of our fascinating interview with Austin Stevens. In this concluding part Austin tells us about his most embarrassing moment when he was bitten by a snouted cobra, his hopes of seeing a snow leopard in the wild and he tells us which Frontier project he would most like to go on!
In the latest installment of Frontier Meets…, today we speak to Austin Stevens, a man made famous by his fearless and dramatic adventures in search of some of the world’s most dangerous creatures: snakes. In the first of a two-part interview with Frontier, Austin talks us through how he first became interested in snakes, an enthralling tale from his past travels, and much more.
This week has been all about deadly animals around the world, so today we thought we should take a look at the world's most dangerous and deadly regions where you might just find yourself face-to-face with some of these creatures.
Yesterday we looked at the world’s most deadly animals. Today, we’ll be dispelling a few myths surrounding these frightening creatures and what to do if one attacks: Should I really be sucking the venom from this snake bite? Will a well-aimed punch to the nose really save me from this shark attack?
This week we have an exciting line-up for you on Into the Wild. Building up to a fascinating two-part interview with everyone’s favourite snake-wrangler, Austin Stevens, we thought we would get you in the mood with a week focusing on the planet’s most dangerous and deadly animals.
A look at some of the strangest festivals and celebrations from around the world, including the running of the bulls in Spain, and night of the radishes in Mexico.