The chances are you will never again have the freedom to choose when, where and how to spend your time as you can on a gap year. But what to do? Daniel Creffield provides some options.
When your studies have finished what will you do next? Why not take some time out and work your way across Europe.
John Davis takes us on a tour around the States and Territories of Australia and highlights the best attractions offered by each.
Maru Ririnui is our guide as we travel to New Zealand and catch a brief glimpse of the culture and way of life of the Maori people.
Are you seeking fun, excitement and experiences to remember? David Jarvis says just try knocking on Mother Nature's door.
Travel is only beneficial if you have an experience that leaves you wanting more. lf you have a bad time then at best you will never want to travel again. Planning in advance is the sign of a sensib
Where to go on vacation in Europe? With so many places to see it can be difficult to decide. Brian Richards offers a few alternative destinations
Dave Richardson takes us on a short tour through the city streets of Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
With bosses inundated with identikit graduate CVs, the right kind of gap year can put you ahead of the rest.
Whilst the popularity of exotic gap years in developing countries rises, Daniel Creffield argues that more modest experiences can be just as valuable depending on what you gained from your adventure.
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