Choosing A Gap Year Items
The Central American country of Nicaragua might not first spring to mind when you consider places to stop off at during your gap year, but it certainly should be at the top of your shortlist, especially if you like to get adventurous and love nature.
If you have a spare year on your hands and fancy getting out of the country and heading somewhere new, there are so many opportunities waiting for you. Whether you want to take a year out from study or work, make sure you grab the chance while you can.
New Zealand is a stunning part of the world that ought to be on your gap year itinerary for several reasons. Easily accessible from both Fiji and Australia, the country is definitely worth stopping at if you are travelling around this corner of the world.
Travelling around the world is a fantastic experience and one not to miss. However, if you really want to make the most of your time away, make sure you volunteer abroad.It is one of the most rewarding things you can do - giving back to those who are less fortunate.
California is one of the most exciting US states for holidays for young people, from the bright lights and celebrity homes of Los Angeles to the city of San Francisco with the Golden Gate Bridge and steep tram rides. It could be ideal for a sunny break.
For a gap year destination that will truly stand out from the crowd, you can't go wrong with the African country of Botswana. From volunteering on community projects to getting up close to majestic animals, a year in this country will live long in your memories.
Choosing what type of gap year you want to go on can be a very difficult choice. There are so many options out there, you could choose to volunteer, work abroad, teach English, do an activity or even just travel. There are also so many gap year companies out there to help organise these trips of a life time that it can be confusing to know who to go with. Each week we’ll be focusing on a different gap year company to make that all important decision just that little bit easier. This week we’re featuring Xtreme Gap.