Round The World Trips

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Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of swimming with dolphins in Florida, trekking the Inca Trail in Peru, deep sea diving in Australia, or seeing all 7 wonders of the world? Perhaps you want to do all these things – and why not? Round-the-world trips allow you to create your fantasy trip and turn your dreams into a reality. You can customise your trip so that you can stop at as many destinations as you please, usually over a one-year period which will give you plenty of time to explore the world – so long as you plan carefully how long you will stay in each place and what you will do there. The freedom that comes with gap year travel is overwhelming – whether you go alone or with travel buddies you are bound to meet many people along the way and make several new friends. You will see things you have only ever dreamed of and experience things that money really can’t buy, and the memories really will last forever. Independent travel can be truly liberating but at times you may wish to travel with others in order to experience certain things more fully and feel less vulnerable. Luckily, you have the option of combining your own customised trip with several other structured tours where you get to experience jam-packed itineraries and see things that might be a lot harder if travelling alone. It is also a great way to meet like-minded fellow travellers, have the craic, and even make friends for life! If you travel with a working visa you can also make some extra cash doing jobs you might never have done at home – such as fruit-picking or working as a chambermaid. Regardless of whether you work while you’re away or not, there is no doubt you will grow in independence and maturity and pick up skills you will take with you through life. For example, you will learn all the basics of looking after yourself such as cooking, dealing with the unexpected, coping with new challenges and problem-solving while also gaining key survival skills such as learning to trust your instinct, camping in the wild or trekking in the unknown. For more information about organising a gap year trip that suits take a look at the following websites:www. usit. ie


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