Entries in kenya (11)

Friday
Jul142017

5 Secluded Summer Retreats 

From Alaska to Bhutan, we're here to give you a list of some of the most beautiful secluded retreats to head to this summer! Whether you want solitude amongst the wilderness or to wander secluded city streets, there's bound to be something here for you.

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Monday
Nov302015

Fighting The Rhino Extinction

Last Sunday, Nola, the Northern White Rhino at San Diego Zoo, passed away aged 41, leaving only three of her kind the world. However, it is not always the end for critically endangered animals. The Indian Rhino was in danger of extinction and now the species is thriving.

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Friday
Jun202014

In defence of lions: Kenya’s warriors protecting humans and lions alike

When man and beast enter into competition, humans ultimately have the upper hand. Unfortunately, this competition (in combination with the short-sightedness of those involved) has repeatedly led to the extinction of remarkable species such as the dodo (overhunted), the Western Black Rhinoceros (poached) and the Moa (also overhunted).

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Monday
Aug192013

Volunteer photo of the week: Rebecca Chroston

Rebecca took part in Frontier's Kenya Healthcare Internship during which she took this awesome wildlife shot!

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Monday
Dec102012

Top 10 Travel Films

Travelling, everywhere, anywhere, every time, every day. Travelling is a passion, an engaging passion. Travelling to discover, to understand, to forget. Travelling to love, to abandon, to escape, to evolve. Travelling to dream, to be inspired, to change. Travelling, travelling, travelling.

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Tuesday
Aug142012

Shark attack! or sharks under attack? Shark Week 25 years on

There’s a statistic which says you’re more likely to be killed by a vending machine than to be eaten by a shark. Safe in that knowledge Into The Wild brings you a shark focused week in honour of the 25th anniversary of the Discovery Channel’s epic pop culture phenomenon Shark Week.

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Wednesday
Feb012012

Equator: Africa

Yesterday we followed the Equator through South America, dissecting Ecuador in the west, through Colombia and into Brazil in the east of the continent. Today we take you across the vast Atlantic Ocean and explore Equatorial Africa.

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Thursday
Oct202011

FRONTIER FOCUS: AFRICAN CUISINE

Continuing our African theme, today Frontier will be looking at African food. As the majority of African ingredients are grown in subsistence farms close to home, African recipes are not only easy to create, but incredibly healthy: over 90% of African food is organic. Check out some of our favourite taste-tingling recipes.

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Monday
Oct172011

AFRICA FOCUS: KENYA

In a week focusing on Africa, today we take you on a whistle-stop tour of beautiful Kenya and all it has to offer the curious traveller.

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Tuesday
Sep202011

The Maasai Tribe

Continuing our look at indigenous tribes we now travel to Kenya and northern Tanzania to meet the Maasai people, perhaps one of the most widely known tribal groups due to their location near popular tourist destinations and their pervasion in modern society.

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Monday
Sep192011

Indigenous Tribes

This week, Frontier will be looking at the fascinating issue of tribal groups. With approximately 150 million tribal individuals around the world, this is a hugely important and often contentious subject that both deserves and requires careful consideration.

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