Frontiers’ flyfishing adventure featured in Outside magazine

Frontiers Travel‘s new trip, the Desroches Island Flyfishing Adventure, is featured in Outside magazine’s Fresh Trips section for October 2010. The six days of the trip are filled with guided fishing. Bonefish, trevally, milkfish, triggerfish and permit populate the flats, while sailfish, tuna and more glide beyond. Those who don’t fish can still enjoy a luxury vacation. Bike...
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Forbes.com digs up remote hotels, including Frontiers destinations

Frontiers Travel arranges trips to a couple of the world’s most remote hotels, according to Forbes.com. In a slideshow, Forbes.com shows Winterlake, Alaska, as one remote hotel that can be accessed through Frontiers: Winterlake is 200 miles northwest of Anchorage, via the Iditarod trail. Instead of mushing, guests come in my floatplane (in summer) and skiplane (in winter), for some...
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OceanHome blog interviews Frontiers CEO on winter travel trends

Frontiers Elegant Journeys CEO Mollie Fitzgerald shared her expert opinion on winter travel trends with OceanHome magazine’s food and travel blog. Fitzgerald, also co-owner of adventure travel company Frontiers Travel, told Lisa Rogak: There is definitely pent-up demand for travel. People seem to be planning a little further ahead than last year, when the holiday calls came in during...
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Adventure travel companies featured on Entrepreneur.com

Entrepreneur.com picked up the WomenEntrepreneur.com story about starting an adventure travel business. Frontiers Travel, Ciclismo Classico, Xola Consulting, Inc., and Adventure Life are featured as successful companies that have taken the right steps to grow their businesses. The story, which focuses on CEOs Mollie Fitzgerald of Frontiers, Lauren Hefferon of Ciclismo Classico, and Christina...
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Adventure travel CEOs share advice with Women Entrepreneur

The CEOs of Frontiers Travel, Ciclismo Classico and Xola Consulting, Inc., spoke with Women Entrepreneur about the adventure travel industry, which looks favorable for entrepreneurs. Frontiers brings in an impressive $30 million per year. However, because of an operating margin between 9 percent and 11 percent, adventure tourism is not an industry that will bring in large sums of money,...
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