Monthly Archives: March 2011

Thailand Sea Turtle Conservation & Community Project by Gonzalo Ortega

Imagine yourself on Thailand, on an island in the southern part of Thailand. In this island you won’t have electricity 24/7, won’t have internet connection 24/7, won’t have all of the things you are used to, like chocolate bars, or … Continue reading

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Where does my money go?

If you keep an eye on our YouTube channel you will have noticed that we published a little infomercial today about where your money goes when you pay for a trip with us. Hope you enjoy it there will be … Continue reading

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Fade to Black: Earth Hour

For the fifth year running lights will switch off across the globe in aid of Earth Hour and the support of global climate change. 131 countries are taking part this year with the Empire State Building, Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace, … Continue reading

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Frontier Mixtape #10

This week’s mixtape goes side by side with our brand new Care Package contest. Follow the Spotify link and subscribe, and remember to check out our previous playlists. Remember you can request tracks and themes here and on the Facebook. … Continue reading

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Banking on coral

Australian researchers have been working on proposals to freeze coral polyps in a secure reserve, with the aim of creating a safety net to guard against the total extinction of coral reef species.  Scientists at Monash University, the Australian Institute … Continue reading

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Care Package Competition

We just launched our “Care Package” competition! You can now vote for your favourite Project on our Facebook Page. The Project with the most votes is going to recieve a box full of goodies that we are currently putting together. … Continue reading

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Costa Rica Review by Sam Hyde-Roberts

On leaving the homogenised western culture of San Jose it does not take long to begin to feel the real Costa Rica. Prepare for a total contrast between the cosmopolitan hussle-bussle of the city and the purity and calm of … Continue reading

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