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Have a read of today's new blog, exploring the 5 most cost effective ways to travel the world!

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Solo travel can be an extremely exciting and fulfilling adventure to undertake, however travelling alone can also be daunting as you’re often far away from the security and familiarity of home. In this article we look at some of the best and safest places around the world for female solo travel.

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Speedy, strong and sometimes venomous: snakes are known for their elusive prowess within the animal kingdom. Take this quiz to find out which snake species you are!
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India: home to some of most beautiful destinations in the world, this country flourishes with natural, spiritual and cultural sites. From serene splendours to bustling business districts, India provides an endless list of travel stops. Read on for our top five places to visit!
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Air travel: once coined as the “biggest carbon sin” by New York Times writer Elisabeth Rosenthal, the most popular form of transport is responsible for emitting particulates and gasses that contribute to climate change and global dimming. Yet despite its destructive side-effects, we rely too much on air travel to scrap it completely, with 3.8 billion passengers a year and 9.9 million people employed within the industry. Thus, we have to ask ourselves the question: could a greener alternative be on the horizon?
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For centuries, animals have been at the forefront of mythological stories from cultures all around the world. From shape-shifting monkeys to enchanting manatees, there is an abundance of stories behind almost every member of the animal kingdom. We give you five of our favourites!
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When we think travel essentials, we think passport, money and camera. Don’t get us wrong, those are definitely the basic necessities you shouldn’t forget before embarking on your trip – but we also have a few ideas of other things you may want to take along!
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The theme of this year’s World Environment Day is “connecting people with nature”: a reminder that our modern lifestyle may be causing us to lose our affinity to our natural surroundings. Sure, there’s no going back to the way things used to be. But revitalising our kinship with nature is a vital step to ensuring both the environment’s, and by extension, our, survival. In light of this, we give you a low-down of three trends that look to heal this disconnection.
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With its vast swathes of grassland, rich verdant jungles and ocean-like deserts, each home to incredibly diverse wildlife, Africa is for many of us the definition of wilderness. However much of the continent’s pristine nature is severely threatened by human activity, creating the need for progressive and innovative conservation strategies:
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There are many awareness days throughout the year, saving everything from badgers to giraffes to penguins. However, few get quite the recognition as World Turtle Day. Whether because of their profile as a seriously threatened species, the exotic locations people can visit to help them or just because they’re darn cute, turtles are one of those animals everyone likes and everyone wants to save…

http://blog.frontiergap.com/blog/2017/5/23/world-turtle-day-2017-whats-going-on.html
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