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From the original David Attenborough, a polar bear fighting pilot, the shaper of Iran and the creator of the first National Day of Adventure, Frontier breaks down the Top 10 most inspiring female adventurers!
Most of the guides in this series have looked at how to look after your physical wellbeing in a survival situation, but mental health is just as important—and often overlooked—in a survival emergency.
Imagine it: you’re up in the mountains, hours from civilisation, and you sprain your ankle. The temperature’s dropping fast, and getting back before dark is becoming a real issue. Knowing the basics of treating common injuries and illnesses can mean the difference between an unpleasant memory and a survival emergency.
Are you eager to volunteer abroad but not sure which programme would suit you best? Take our handy quiz and find out what your perfect placement is!
What do snakes, spiders and skyscrapers have in common? They are unwittingly leading the list of human’s phobias. Fear can stop people from travel, having unique experience and – in extreme cases – from fully enjoying their lives. But why do we develop phobias and how can we get rid of them?
Organising a volunteering or traveling trip abroad can often take a lot of time, with multiple errands needing consideration. Initiating the wheels, starting the engine and getting the idea moving can be an extremely difficult process; idea to reality is the first hurdle to get over.
Let’s get this straight; Australia is a big place. We’re talking, bigger than the entire content of Europe, big. There’s just so much to do it’s nearly impossible to whittle them down, but here are just five of the top experiences you can look forward to in Australia.