Frontier is launching a fantastic new Ski Instructor Course at the world famous Tignes resort in the French Alps. Today we speak to James Stewart-Hunter, an instructor at the resort, who tells us all about this amazing opportunity and why Tignes is the place to be to learn your trade as an instructor.
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Welcome to another week on Into The Wild. As usual, we kick things off with an amazing photo found in the wonderful world of Flickr. This week we say thanks to Jack_Z for this amazing action shot of a lemur. Frontier's amazing selection of projects in Madagascar offer volunteers the chance to get up close and very personal with these amazing animals.
In this feature, we talk to past volunteers, interns and staff about there experiences with Frontier, and find out exactly what they're doing with themselves now. Today we catch up with ex-Frontier London HQ intern Sophie Meyjes who's been involved in some really exciting work since her time at Frontier.
In this brand new feature, we'll be bringing you a monthly roundup of what's been happening on Frontier projects; from what’s been caught by Cambodia’s camera traps to an absence of ‘sweetlips’ in Tanzania, find out what’s happening on some of Frontier’s main conservation projects around the World. For regular updates on project news makes sure you check out the Project News tab on The Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE) website.
Whether you like to throw the guide book out the window or follow your own strict rules when it comes to travel, here are a few tips and tricks for anyone heading out on a project.
Every journey has the potential to be one of self-discovery as our top travel reads show. We’ve chosen a range of classic and contemporary novels to illustrate what makes a good travel read, so whether home or abroad this summer indulge your imagination with these tales and get inspired for your own travels, spiritual or otherwise.
This week we speak to Esther Gittoes about her trip to Frontier's Orphanage, Teaching and Community Health Project in Ghana. We asked her what she's looking forward to and why she chose this project.
One of South America’s tiniest countries, Ecuador offers a pocket-sized punch of vibrant cultural inheritance and tropical diversity. Straddling the equator from which its name derives, Ecuador runs from the Amazon basin to the white beaches of its Pacific coast with Andean volcanoes and tropical jungles filling its brimming borders.