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The Gap Year Blog

The Gap Year Blog

Coming soon to Into the Wild:

Interview with Thandiwe Mweetwa!



Hi, my name is Tierra, I’m from the UK and have been in Tenerife with Frontier for a week now. I have taken part in so many interesting activities so far including, boat trips, beach cleans and snorkelling...

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So far, my time in Hellville has been pretty awesome. I’ve experienced the culture, the people and have tried lots of new food. I’ve also acquired new skills such as skinning a coconut!

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Mangrove conservation is vital in coastal areas such as Belize. Here is a moving poem on of our volunteers has written about the plight of this delicate and endangered ecosystem...

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If you ever wanted to gain experience for a career in conservation, Frontier is the place to start!

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As I flew into Nadi international airport on the morning of November 3rd, the sight of palm trees, crashing waves at the beach and people in colourful shirts quickly proved all my positive preconceptions correct. When my luggage still hadn’t arrived after 20 minutes of waiting, employees at the airport excused it as “Fiji time”. It was clear I had well and truly arrived in a different culture that was the complete opposite of my home country, Germany...

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I have just completed my first week with Frontier Tenerife. I was a little apprehensive when I first arrived, but everyone made us feel extremely welcome...

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The reason why I wanted to volunteer this summer was to widen my perspective about the world and step outside of my comfort zone. My volunteering experience with Frontier in Madagascar has done just that and has taught me many other things along the way...

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Entering Belize, you are immediately confronted with assorted images of bustling marine life. Sharks. Dolphins. Turtles. Manatees & Rays...

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This week we have been doing a lot of work on the beach. The weather has been glorious – sun shining all morning and well into the afternoon, which makes it perfect weather for excavating Turtle nests, building bamboo cages to protect the nests, and also beach cleaning...

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My time spent in Madagascar has been a once-in-a-lifetime experience as it was my first time travelling on my own and my first volunteer project...

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