Gap Adventures has applauded the historic agreement made at the meeting of the UN Convention on Biodiversity to help halt the mass extinction of species.
If you're looking to improve your technique on the slopes or wanting to take it one step further by passing your knowledge onto others then have you considered a ski or snowboard instructor course?
Recent research from Projects Abroad has shown that last summer they sent over 5,000 volunteers overseas to work on a voluntary project as part of a gap year. In the UK 41 per cent of these were pre-university students and 18 per cent were undergraduates. In total 78 per cent of the total volunteers were between the ages of 16 and 24.
Projects Abroad, the leading international volunteering company, is today announcing its online global journalism project. Voices of the World will provide a voice and a forum to young, aspiring journalists to exchange opinions, face prejudices and discover mutual consensus through the medium of written word.
With competition for university places and graduate jobs greater than ever, differentiating yourself from the others is becoming increasingly important.
Recent news that leading universities are vetoing gap years or capping the number of applicants who can take a year out threatens to cast a dark cloud over next week's A-Level results.
Offering a wide range of projects and travel opportunities, Inspire seeks to create a new concept in ethical and sustainable programmes to volunteer and travel abroad.
If Springwatch presenters Kate Humble and Chris Packham’s recent filming of the diverse environment in Norfolk has inspired you to get involved in wildlife conservation, then Biosphere Expedition taster days in the Broads may just be the thing for you.
UK-based adventure travel company, SnowSkool, has been providing ski and snowboard instructor courses for people from all over the world since 2004 but nothing prepared their seasoned Canadian, Kiwi, British and French instructors for an unassuming young eighteen year old girl from Surrey, UK.
Water access and shortage problems are reaching crisis levels - particularly in developing nations - so Gap Adventures is focusing its Earth Month initiatives on changing the lives of people who lack access to clean drinking water.
Enjoy tranquil surroundings and views of the Cumbria countryside, tiptoe through 19th century corridors and do some good old-fashioned hard work in between.
Biosphere Expeditions the award winning, not for profit conservation and research organisation is giving people the chance to work with one of the world’s most iconic creatures – the whale.
Fresh consumer attitudes towards travel mean the number of people likely to take an environmentally friendly holiday by 2013 has more than tripled*.
The internship to end all others is being offered from STA Travel with two lucky applicants set to jet off around the world on behalf of the specialist travel advisors.
Sydney’s laid-back outdoor lifestyle and physical allure make it one of the world’s easiest and most pleasant cities to visit.
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