Entries in travel advice (22)
When it comes to travelling abroad for any significant amount of time, the food available is likely to be up there near the top of most people’s priorities. It will depend a lot on where you are travelling and how far off the beaten track you plan to venture. If you’re staying in tourist areas of countries which have embraced the Western world’s eating preferences then you’re likely to be able to find a few foods you recognise. This will mean however, missing out on arguably one of the best parts of travelling to new places – trying the local cuisine.
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.
Today we catch up with Mirlah Thornley who recently finished Frontier's Central America Ethical Adventure Trail. We talk trip highlights, future plans and essential backpack items! We think it's safe to say that Mirlah had a good time.
It took 15 months of driving but the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest ever taxi journey has finally been broken. Over 43,000 miles, 8,000 litres of diesel, 50 countries, four continents and 15 months later the dedicated driving enthusiasts have made a safe return to Blighty.
Today Into the Wild is bringing you our top five cultural festivals from around the world. From arts and comedy to a celebration of the dead these festivals have it all...
A gap year is about doing something new and exciting; experiencing new cultures and societies, experiencing new sights and attractions, and even experiencing a new way of life. By Marcus from Gapyear.com
Today we speak to future volunteer Jamie Donaldson who later this year will be heading off to Frontier’s Madagascar Marine Conservation and Diving Project. We asked Jamie a few questions about his upcoming trip, finding out what he’s excited about, what he’s going to pack and a few other bits and pieces.