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Are potatoes going out of fashion?

Over 400 years ago Sir Walter Raleigh returned from the Americas and the common potato was introduced to our nation - thus the British love affair with the Peruvian vegetable commenced. Now it seems we are falling out of love with this larder staple. According to The Times, as a nation, we are eatin... Read more»

Posted in: News, Recipes, LF blog
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Nicaragua - Last Frontiers introduces new laidback luxury itinerary

Nicaragua has quietly been watching its Central American neighbours develop tourism. Neighbouring Costa Rica has led the way with a batch of new openings it is now time for quieter Nicaragua to pick up some visitors. Colonial towns, national parks, volcanos, beaches, surf and marine life abound with... Read more»

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Argentina and Chile - Nicola defines luxury

Luxury Travel - what does it mean?  With everyone from EasyJet to Harrods advertising ‘luxury holidays’, ‘luxury villas’, and ‘luxury tours,’ the term has rather lost its meaning - or at least become a bit confusing. What is clear however is that ‘luxury’ means different things to different people.... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Winter Newsletter January 2017

Welcome to a festive round-up of Latin America news and staff travels. In this issue: Last Frontiers' Top Three: Walks Brazil: Claire on the Costa Verde and beyond Guatemala: Nicola's trip through ancient ruins, jungle and buzzing markets Office news After nearly 6 years at Last Frontiers,... Read more»

Posted in: Newsletters
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Nicola revisits Guatemala

Last September, 12 years since my first trip to Guatemala, I returned for the opportunity to revisit hotels, meet with local agents and receive an update on the country's recent happenings. I began my journey in Guatemala City, ventured on to Antigua, then Lake Atitlan and wound up at the wonder of... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Brazil - Claire on the Costa Verde and beyond

In September I took off on my third trip to Brazil - an exciting one as Rio finally featured in the itinerary (I was beginning to feel like a bit of a fraud flouting my Brazil knowledge having never visited its most popular and iconic city). My two weeks of travel started in Iguassu with Travel Mark... Read more»

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Nicola heads to enigmatic El Salvador

The greatest perk of travel consulting is having the opportunity to visit new and unfamiliar destinations and for me personally, the less well known or popular the country is, the more excited I get about going. So when Last Frontiers received an invite from El Salvador’s ministry of tourism to send... Read more»

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Brazil - Wendy Gomersall spots jaguars in the Pantanal - Mail on Sunday September 2016

Last Frontiers sent journalist Wendy Gomersall to experience the wonderful Pantanal wetlands of Brazil, a true haven for wildlife. Wendy spent four nights at Caiman Lodge and had an incredible time. She was bowled over by the wildlife she saw and was lucky enough to see five jaguars in one day! He... Read more»

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