Sian Frost

London Office

Very active family holidays when I was young really drove my interest in travel. I loved exploring the new places we visited, trying as much of the local food as I could and meeting people from different cultures. Now I try and see as much of the world as I can whether thats getting close to Lion on safari, red snapper fishing in New Zealand and trying my hand at surfing in Sri Lanka.

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Travel nuggets

  • When on safari try and spend a couple of nights in some 'back to basics' camps. You will feel very close to the wildlife and the thrill will be something you never forget.

  • Take to the lakes in a canoe in Sweden for an incredibly peaceful day.

  • Watch dawn creeping in over the temples of Bagan from a hot air balloon.

  • You could easily spend a day exploring the MONA in Tazmania. Ensure you have dinner at Faro to make the most of the impressive views!

  • Take bikes around the tea plantations in Sri Lanka to work up an appetite before some delicious curries for supper.

  • Visit the rain room in Jackalope Hotel after some wine tasting. Surrounded by rain (inside!) and you wont get wet!

  • Explore the wild Bruny Island where you can see penguins, tasmanian devils and wallabies before enjoying some fresh oysters with a whiskey pairing.

  • Dive in the Bazaruto Archipelago to search for the incredibly rare Dugong.  

  • Hike in the Caucasus in Northern Georgia for some truly awe inspiring views; wildflower meadows, huge mountains, glaciers and beautiful Svaneti towns.

My hot picks

Aureum Palace Resort, Bagan, Burma

Located within the Bagan preservation zone this hotel has unparrallelled views over the temples of Bagan.

Cape Weligama, Weligama, South Coast, Sri Lanka

The cresent pool must have one of the best vantage points on the South Coast of Sri Lanka. Admire the rugged beaches and maybe take to the sea to search for Blue Whales.

Duba Explorers, Duba Concession, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Can't fault it - a beautiful camp teeming with wildlife, great views and delicious food!

Jack’s Camp, Makgadikgadi Pans, Makgadikgadi and the Kalahari, Botswana

So many brilliant activities to do here from incredibly close Meerkat encounters to Quad Biking across the Salt Pans - just a seriously cool place to be!

Kahanda Kanda, Galle, South Coast, Sri Lanka

Packed full of beautiful antiques on the edge of the tea plantations with plenty of activities, or just relax by the lovely pool and admire the view.

Lamai Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Go for a walking safari in the Northern Serengeti and you might even get a glimpse of the Wildebeest migration.

Treehotel, Harads, Sweden

Where else can you stay in a mirrored cube floating 3 metres above the ground!

Volcanoes Virunga Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

Packed full of rustic charm and views over all 6 volcanos as well as the twin lakes. Make the most of the conservation room and learn all about the mountain gorillas from an expert.