Why not spend some of your gap year in Asia? Jungle, mountain, forest and beach – all good reasons. Asia is a popular gap year destination and for good reason.
Trek through jungle to visit really old communities, keep your balance on bamboo rafts, take a trip on motorbike or kayak up the river. Have an adventure and travel through Asia.
Asia has been the hottest student travel destination for ages. Thailand, Nepal and India have all been welcoming students for decades (maybe your parents?) And now there are lots of cool new places to think about. Be the first of your friends to do Mongolia or French colonial Vietnam.
Get involved in the life and culture of Asian countries from the inside – volunteer to work in Asia. Lots of trips you can do with a big volunteering component – everything from wildlife conservation to building houses, teaching children to helping in health clinics.
Travel around Sri Lanka and get to visit some of the most beautiful, historic, and spiritual places in the country.
Combine all the best bits of a typical gap year and get to travel, volunteer, party, and take on paid work across five incredible countries.
This project was started because the owners of the elephants there could no longer look after them. It aims to care for the elephants and their mahouts who rely entirely on their elephants for their own survival.
Spend up to a month travelling the length of Thailand before heading over to Australia to live and work for up to a year.
Spend two unforgettable weeks in Nepal trekking to the foot of the tallest mountain in the world! Beginning in Kathmandu, this spectacular trek takes you past alpine meadows and mighty glaciers to the world-famous Everest Base Camp.
Want to travel around China but not got much free time? Then this jam-packed 11 day trip is for you!
Tread the ultimate travel path around Asia and journey through India, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Bali.
Make sure you don't miss this stunning island on any visit to Asia! Working on this project will enable you to help conserve and protect turtles in Sri Lanka and give them a better chance of survival.