We've got a load of options when it comes to mind-blowing travel. However before you start scrolling through our awesome selection, it's good to read-up on the types of trips available;
Experience - You'll get some free time but a member of our in-country team will be available 24/7 taking you to all the iconic locations along with secret 'off the radar' spots. All of our Experiences include cultural activities (cookery lessons anyone?); with some also incorporating volunteer work so you can give something back to a local community.
Adventure - You'll have a load of free time so if you're a bit more independent, this is the trip for you! Designed to structure your travel through a country, there's less 'hand-holding' than an Experience. Some self-travel will be required but you'll still have the security of our in-country team being around to help out. Cultural activities and volunteer work are also available.
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Tick four continents and six countries off your travel list with an epic adventure through South Africa, Thailand, Japan, Australia, the USA, and Canada.
Explore Europe’s most beautiful capital cities over the course of two or four weeks by train with a group of likeminded travellers.
An awesome travel combo: Jet over to Indonesia and soak up the sun on beautiful Balinese beaches. Then find a great job in Australia with up to 12 months’ expert job support and advice!
Travel through some of the most exciting countries in the world as you explore Thailand, to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and the USA.
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Travel around Sri Lanka and get to visit some of the most beautiful, historic, and spiritual places in the country.
This is a real Southern Africa adventure! Safari! Swim! Five days and a million memories in one of the continent’s wildest wildlife spots – South Africa’s Kruger National Park – a week with wild whale sharks, diving and exploring the coral reefs in the warm blue waters of the ocean. Soak up the culture and learn what life’s like in a Swazi village.