Are you all booked and ready to head off on a big gap year adventure abroad? Perhaps you’re still in the daydreaming stage? Either way, we’ve compiled the A-Z essentials you’ll need to make the most of your gap year travels.
South Korea used to be overlooked as a travel destination in favour of its neighbours Japan & China. However, more and more travellers are discovering its delightful combo of new tech, ancient traditions, vibrant & quirky culture and amazing eats. From the streets of Seoul to the subtropical beaches of Jeju Island, here's our South Korea Bucket List…
Gone are the days when Greenpeace was your only option of a decent volunteer experience. Today, it’s easier than ever to find well run, organised programs. However, while it is an admirable task, it’s worth discussing the potential pitfalls and the positives before you dive in. After all, the better you understand the risks and rewards, the better prepared you’ll be! Here are the pros and cons of volunteering abroad.
At 9,596,960 square kms, China is huge. It’s just behind Russia, Canada and the US in terms of size. With its thriving population of over 1.4 billion people, and its thousand-year-old traditions there is so much to see and do in China. Come with as we explore one of the four great ancient civilizations and some of the world’s greatest treasures with our China Checklist.
News flash: Travelling solo doesn’t mean being alone! It's a sense of freedom, a time for you to discover yourself and it’s easier than you think. Ask anyone who has travelled solo and they’ll tell you what a one-of-a-kind-experience it was. Sure it comes with its downfalls - You can feel like you’re on top of the world one minute, and the next can remind you that you’re a tiny speck swallowed up in it all. But that’s all part of the journey! Here are 9 things all solo travellers must do to travel alone, but not be lonely!
So you’ve come down under for a Working Holiday, fallen in love with Oz and now you want to stay longer? We don’t blame you. The good news is that you might be eligible for a second visa. But you will have to meet certain conditions first. Here’s our step by step guide on the Second Year Working Holiday Visa in Australia. From specific jobs to regional work and how to apply.
Contrary to what many people say, Peru is not all Andes, llamas and Incas. Peru literally has it all. Natural beauty in it’s dramatic and diverse landscapes, a desert strip of over 3,000 km and the largest jungle in the entire world. Not to mention the unimaginable architectural feats, wildlife, bright vibrant people, and arguably the best food in the world! No matter the traveller - history buff, adventurer or foodie, Peru’s got something for you. Here’s our ultimate Peru Guide!