Having never been to Central America before, Frontier's Ethical Adventure Trail in the region was the perfect opportunity for Sophie to experience whole new cultures, food and landscapes for 10 whole weeks!
Amanda was a Zoo Assistant in Thailand for two weeks this summer and took care of some of the animals at the park. During her experience she encountered a lot of animals and looked after them, and she has plans of going back!
Deploying on her second trip with Frontier, Jenna spent a week on the Portugal Surf Camp project becoming one with the waves and one with the locals.
For someone interested in Marine Wildlife and hoping to further her education along the way, the Tenerife Whale and Dolphin Conservation project was perfect for Kat's week long volunteering project.
Alex was looking for a change of scenery and to try something new. In the end, the appeal of Australia and Ranch Work, neither of which he had experienced before, was too strong to miss.
With plans to go on to being a vet, Alex wanted the chance to volunteer hands on with animals. That's exactly what she got during her week stay at the Thailand Elephant Sanctuary with Frontier. Her experiences however, went above and beyond just caring for the elephants.
Although she may not want to become a teacher, Alison was very keen on taking part in a teaching project to spend time with children and make a difference in their lives. She went to Puerto Jimenez in Costa Rica and got to know a very laid-back and family orientated way of life.
For a Mum of three, packing your bags and travelling to the other side of the world is difficult. Kimberly took the chance though and spent a week working with children in stunning Fiji!
Mitasha returned to Goa, India, after a 17 year gap absense to work with disadvantaged children. Her experience, while in familiar surroundings of the country she was born in, was all brand new and left a lasting impression.
Becky went on to Tanzania to get her diving qualification. She wants to study marine biology and thought she could get a head start. After a month on Mafia Island she has done a lot of surveying and can identify a great number of fish and is convinced she wants to go into marine biology.