Entries in tanzania (50)

Thursday
Aug312017

5 Must-See Mountains 

Natural landscapes are popular sites of interest so we have rounded up our 5 favourite mountains from across the world! The tallest, oldest and most culturally captivating mountains span across the continents and we’ve covered the very best – read on!

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Wednesday
Aug162017

Can We Guess Your Next Trip Based On Your  Eco-Knowledge?

Think you know your Arctic Ice Cap from your Tundra Biome? Test your eco-knowledge and we'll guess which project is your next!

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Tuesday
Aug152017

Top 5 Cities To Visit In  Africa

With over 54 countries, Africa is a continent with so much to see - where do you start? From bustling bazaars to magnificent medinas, here are our top 5 cities to visit in Africa:

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Wednesday
Sep302015

Quiz: Where should you Volunteer in 2016?

Thinking about volunteering next year, but stuck for ideas? Take our quiz and find out where you should be heading!

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Tuesday
Jun242014

Volunteer Photo Of The Week: Katie Barber

Here is an amazing image taken on Frontier's Tanzania Media & Journalism Internship by Katie Barber.

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Tuesday
May062014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Catherine Jones

On her first visit to Africa, Catherine Jones partook in Frontier's Tanzania Marine Conservation & Diving project. This photo was taken during low tide on a sand spit that appeared from the turquoise ocean.

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Tuesday
Apr292014

Cool and Unusual Colours in Nature

Nature is beautiful and astounding in many ways, but generally we do know what to expect. Roses are red, water is blue, and grasses and leaves are green, right? But sometimes however, nature can really surprise us.

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Monday
Mar242014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Qipeng Zhang

Fun and games on the tranquil white sands of Mafia Island, the most beautiful of Tanzania's Spice Islands, in this photo taken by Qipeng Zhang on the Tanzania Teaching Aid & Beaches project. Vote for Qipeng to win Volunteer Photo of the Month at the end of March on the Frontier Official Facebook page.

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Tuesday
Jan282014

Top 5 Backpacker Dive Sites

It’s not just what’s on the surface that counts when you're travelling.  From incredible corals to sharp-toothed monsters, there is a whole other world to experience below sea-level.

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Wednesday
Jan152014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Emma Webb

ARO Emma Webb took this fantastic photo whilst in Tanzania taking part in Frontier's Wildlife Conservation Adventure. Here she shows an insight into volunteer life researching and identifying species.

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Friday
Oct042013

Ways of living around the globe

With so many volunteers going out around the globe we often hear back volunteer stories of experiencing different ways of living and embracing new cultures.

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Monday
Jul082013

Obama launches initiative to combat illegal wildlife trafficking

According to the White House officials, President Obama will be launching a new major initiative in Tanzania, aimed at combating illegal wildlife trafficking.

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Monday
Jul012013

Volunteer photo of the week: Eleanor Walker

This throw-away camera shot might not of the best quality but we've chosen Eleanor's photo as this week as we love what's going on in it! Eleanor volunteered on Frontier's Tanzania Marine Conservation & Diving project and caught this fabulous moment where volunteers got to swim fantastically close to a whale shark.

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Monday
Jun242013

Volunteer photo of the week: Alessandro Dunne

Alessandro took this fantastic shot of a turtle hatchling whilst taking part in Frontier's Tanzania Adventurer project which incorporates aspects of Frontier’s terrestrial and marine wildlife conservation and teaching projects to make the ultimate Tanzania adventure.

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Wednesday
Jun192013

Opinions: “Tourism is killing us” - The Maasai Way of life under threat again

Although we may think that there can be nothing as culturally enriching as exploring exotic parts of the world which we’ve never before visited - often paying money which we assume will go back into the local economy - the influx of tourist and commercial interest in East Africa is far from harmless.

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