Whether it’s a quick weekend trip to a new city in the US, or an international excursion, we’ve noticed an increase in students who have acted upon their feelings of wanderlust. If you’re ready to answer the sweet siren song of travel but are concerned about your budget, consider backpacking Southeast Asia. How long and where you go is up to you. Read More
Traveling while you’re young means having the energy to power through time differences and jet lag, having a healthy back to sleep on those uncomfortable hostel beds and most importantly, not having those thirty something responsibilities, like a mortgage, to worry about. There are so many wonders of the world to see and places to visit before you turn 30. Take full advantage of the freedom of your twenties by seeing the world, before those thirties creep up on you.
A great way to spend a summer or spring break is to volunteer abroad. You get to see the world while doing good and gaining valuable experience for your resume. But when you’re on a limited student budget, traveling can sometimes seem unattainable.
The good news is your bank account doesn’t have to take a major hit simply because you want to travel and make a difference. All you need is an affordable volunteer organization and a low-cost volunteer abroad destination where you can make your money last. Here are ten places to consider:>
Volunteer trips are becoming more popular nowadays as more people want to do meaningful travel rather than just ticking countries off the bucket list. Right when I finished school, I knew I wanted my travel plans to mean something! So before I started university, I decided to try volunteering at an orphanage in Cambodia for a month. While the experience was definitely rewarding and eye-opening, there are just a few things I wish I knew beforehand.
Asia is becoming the hot spot to travel to, so we got the scoop on the top destinations in Asia just for you. From soaring skyscrapers to delicious street food, Asia gives travelers a taste of different cultures. With the recent strength of the US dollar, it also makes Asia one of the prime destinations to travel too. Check out what makes these places special:
After the demise of the Khmer Empire in the 1400s and the fall of Angkor, Cambodia has not had great luck or prosperity. However, the beautiful and elaborate temples and palaces of years past have survived, much to the delight of travels around the world. Nature has slowly retaken sites like Angkor Wat, seamlessly blending the marvels of nature and humanity. Read More