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Blog stories by Frontier (35)
Posted: 7th of November 2017 by Anonymous
Solo travel can be an extremely exciting and fulfilling adventure to undertake, however travelling alone can also be daunting as you’re often far away from the security and familiarity of home. In this article we look at some of the best and safest places around the world for female solo travel.
Posted: 13th of September 2017 by Emily Dujon
My month in Madagascar doing the community TEFL project has been one of the most incredible opportunities of my life. I’ve had new experiences, done things that I’m really proud of but most importantly met some amazing new people.
Posted: 25th of July 2017 by Parisha Mistry
Frontier has over 400 projects in countries throughout Africa, South America, Europe and Australasia, giving you unlimited adventures and excursions in beautiful locations.
Posted: 1st of February 2017 by Emily Dujon
Posted: 18th of January 2017 by Emily Dujon
Learning a language can be difficult but it is well worth the effort as it can improve your career prospects and allows you to live in other countries with ease. Some languages are spoken in multiple countries to improve worldwide communication and business so we list which languages can be the most useful to learn.
Posted: 7th of October 2016 by Emily Dujon
Posted: 12th of July 2016 by Anonymous
Do you daydream of travelling? Having a break from studies, getting away from it all and/or volunteering and making a difference to lives abroad? Your only worry being, how on earth are you going to afford it?Don’t panic! There are ways to make travelling cheaper.
Posted: 26th of April 2016 by Anonymous
Posted: 24th of February 2016 by Emily Dujon
Skills in a second language come in handy whether you are on your travels, rambling along the road or proving yourself professionally. Learning a second language also enhances your cognitive skills, it makes you a smarter, quicker and more agile thinker.
Posted: 4th of December 2015 by David Fairley
Around the world volunteers are making a real difference, reaching places where their services are truly needed. Whether they are helping in wildlife conservation or working alongside communities, volunteer’s work is so important. Recent aid work in West Africa and Nepal has further highlighted the importance of volunteers but it’s not only the people in need who benefit. The impact of a volunteer’s work can greatly benefit the individual themselves! The value of unpaid work is truly priceless.
Posted: 24th of November 2015 by David Fairley
When you think of setting off on an adventure in a new place, do you think about exploring with your best pals or with your family? While it’s typical to travel with at least one other person, travelling alone isn’t a bad idea, as long as you’re smart about it. In case this is your first time heading out alone, here are some tips for staying safe while travelling solo.
Posted: 16th of November 2015 by David Fairley
So you want to travel but you don’t want to be a tourist? The solution is simple – learn a new language! It’s easier said than done, but well worth the hard graft. All it takes is an open mind, determination, and a dash of confidence!
Posted: 16th of October 2015 by David Fairley
Travelling and volunteering abroad can be a very expensive business! It’s totally worth it of course, meeting new friends at every turn, seeing incredible sights and getting to know cultures a world away from your own, but it can take a lot of hard work to get there! Travelling on a budget is not so hard though, once you get the hang of it, and it makes your travels that much more special as you can really appreciate what you’ve worked so hard for! So here are some useful tips for keeping your spending under control whilst also making the most out of your travels!
Posted: 2nd of October 2015 by David Fairley
People will say that travelling is an easy way out for those who can’t face the reality of hard work but this couldn’t be further from the truth. A traveller’s life is perhaps the most challenging but rewarding life of all. Here’s why!
Posted: 30th of September 2015 by Marketing
Are you the type who just buy a flight ticket and hit the road without sufficient financial backup? Well, maybe you should consider making some money while you travel. Here are 10 ways to earn some extra cash while you make your way around the world: It’s time to use your creative skills!
Posted: 23rd of September 2015 by Marketing
Without a doubt, travelling is one of the most enriching and invigorating things you can experience. More specifically, travelling alone can be one of the best decisions that you’ll ever make. You get to follow your own schedule, do only the things you want to do, and travel at a pace that makes you happy. Unfortunately, travelling alone as a woman can often be daunting – and a bit frightening. However, by following these ten tips, female solo travellers can rest assured that they will have a wonderful – and safe! – time abroad.
Posted: 18th of September 2015 by Marketing
A favourite for budgeting backpackers, Asia is a unique and beautiful continent and it’s unsurprising with its gorgeously eclectic combination of vivid cultures, fascinating food and cheap prices. Here are 10 travel tips to help navigate your way through the vibrant and scenically spectacular continent.
Posted: 24th of March 2015 by Anonymous
Gone are the days where taking a trip to your nearest city is the excitement of the summer, say hello to a new experience awaiting you for the upcoming season. It’s coming up to the season of fun in the sun and everyone’s thinking about what they should do for the summer. If you’re looking to explore the world, work with animals, spend the days on the beach or even try out some adventure sports then you should keep reading and find out some great activities you could be doing this summer!
Posted: 13th of January 2015 by Anonymous
Lose weight, get a job, take a trip, think positive, and improve your life… We all know the list of New Year’s resolutions that everyone makes and almost no one keeps. Want to make this year different? Volunteering abroad is a great way to fulfil some of your new year’s wishes while making a difference in the world.
Posted: 19th of December 2014 by Anonymous
If you think gap years are all about drinking and killing brain cells you might have to rethink your whole understanding of the concept. The truth is that you can learn loads of new skills by taking some time off studying and exploring the world lurking outside the classrooms, a place most of us, sadly enough, don’t dedicate enough time to. But we should.