In contrast to the dry north, southern Chile is a wonderland of lakes, rivers, fjords, and glaciers ready to be explored. Annika Hipple shares her tips on where to go.
If you’re looking for an underrated destination to explore, the Philippines should be high up on every adventure seeker’s list.
A quick guide to help you identify if you’re ready to move abroad and teach English, and what to look out for when applying for teaching opportunities overseas.
Whether it be delivering your worst dad-joke to break the ice with strangers or using a dating app to simply make a few friends, here are a few alternative ways to make connections on your travels.
You’ve just returned from the trip-of-a-lifetime, and everything is slowly slipping back into routine-mode. Here’s how to prioritise adventure, and make travel part of your normal life back home.
Kick-start your education, learn on-the-ground knowledge about cultures, traditions and arts from around the world on your gap year travels.
Taking your first gap year or career break? Read these cost saving money hacks for budget travelers on the road.
Strike while the iron’s hot! Airfare prices are at an all-time-low. Find out the secret to getting a good deal on flights, and why 5th freedom flights and the layover flight will save you money.
Your gap year is here, but how should you get from point A to point B? First thing’s first: a quick flight might mean you miss out on a world of adventure. Here are a few alternative transport options to choose from.
Loneliness and burnout are natural by-products of anxieties we all experience on the road. Nomad Stephanie shares 7 tips to help avoid getting travel burnout, or feeling lonely on your gap year.