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Taking the route less travelled in Peru can lead to finding some hidden gems without the masses of tourists.
Gap Adventures, a small group tour operator, is changing its name to G Adventures, the company announced today, with the Canadian company rebranding its worldwide operations under the new name from 1 October.
Planning your Gap year could be about to get a whole lot easier, with some of the most popular bloggers around set to embark on a range of trips and provide ideas and feedback. They will also post stories, photographs and experiences from the road.
If you're a gap year traveller planning where to go on a round-the-world trip, you really should consider the many and varied attractions of Galapagos Island tour packages.
There are several ways in which to reach the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, allowing people going on Peru holidays to choose the route most suitable for their abilities and interests.
Take your gap year to the waters of the Antarctic for a truly unique experience. Gap Adventures have several cruise-only trips in boats such as the M/S Expedition, small enough to navigate the new ban on heavy fuel oil, which becomes law on August 1.
When you think of Latin America, what springs to mind straight away? The Amazon Jungle, Andes, and mega-cities like Rio de Janeiro perhaps? This vast and varied continent is home to some of the world’s rarest wildlife, most fascinating indigenous cultures, and vibrant lifestyles. From the vibrant Buenos Aires to the grand Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, you are guaranteed to remember your time here.
Planning a stay in the UK's cosmopolitan capital is an exciting endeavour - but the expensive side to travelling in London can be a worry. However, by choosing cheap hotels you can easily cut down the cost of your break - and perhaps even have a little bit more to spend on seeing all the incredible attractions.
What country offers the broadest range of landscapes in the entire world? Yep, you guessed it - the USA. Although this vast and fascinating country does not have the well-known backpacker network and traveller’s infrastructure of destinations like Australia, there are numerous tours designed for gap year adventurers. Even better news - we’ve found the best ones for you!
Ever been to a museum in a snorkel and flippers? Head to Mexico during your gap year and you can make a splash in the artworld with a visit to Museo Subacuatico de Arte (MUSA), which has recently commissioned new seabed pieces.
The Songkran Festival is celebrated with one long water fight and is the only way to ring in the Thai New Year. Traditionally, Songkran was celebrated by sprinkling water on Buddha images and on each other's hands for good luck.
This year's Comic Relief will showcase Kenya as celebrities including Olly Murs, Dermot O'Leary and Lorraine Kelly complete a trek across the Kaisut Desert in Kenya. Gap Adventures are offering travellers the chance to follow in their footsteps and have their own Kenyan getaway.
If you're keen to contribute to the local community on your South American gap year, then the Project Peru tour from Gap Adventures is a great way to get an authentic experience of the country, while helping to make a difference.
Find some extraordinary presents this year by venturing south to explore the markets of Peru and Guatemala with Gap Adventures.