Travelling TipsRead more
We have put our heads together and come up with these important points to remember while you’re enjoying your gap year experience.
What To Do If You Have Been SpikedRead more
Everyone is aware of their personal tolerance to alcohol so if you feel odd, nauseous, tipsy or wasted and you know that you cannot be drunk, it is possible that your drink has been spiked with either drugs or alcohol.
How to Travel Safely in ZimbabweRead more
Zimbabwe is a beautiful country. Despite its touchy political situation and fragile economy, this landlocked jewel in Southern Africa is well worth a visit.
Safer Travel TipsRead more
Always do your research before you go. Find out about the different cultures and laws where you plan to visit. Even America, Australia and other English-speaking countries have different ways from the UK.
Travel Packing ListRead more
When packing, we suggest being organised and thinking carefully about what you are taking with you. This will help to make your life much easier.
Adventure Sports SafetyRead more
Typically Gap years are a time for adventure, and more often than not, Gap Year travellers decide to indulge in some adventure sports to help compliment that ‘once in a lifetime’ trip.
Debunking the Myths – Travelling AloneRead more
Myth: You should never travel alone. Truth: Although your family meant this well, this false phrase really shouldn’t hold you back from exploring the world alone.
I was kidnappedRead more
More than three years have passed since this unfortunate event. Luckily, nothing tragic then happened to me. I was neither raped nor stabbed, sequestrated nor assaulted; I was only threatened.
Terrifying OrdealRead more
The trip to Nepal was something we’d been planning for nearly a year. Myself and three friends had booked a ten day trek around the Annapurnas in the Himalayas, followed by five weeks in India.
Rebekka’s StoryRead more
Rebekka was a 23 year old girl full of life who went backpacking for the first time in 2001. She travelled and worked for 8 months but unfortunately her time was cut short.
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