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Heading to Africa for the first time? Feeling stressed about what to pack? Read on to find out what you should bring PLUS our favorite items to take on visits to Africa!
So you want to move to the African continent? Time for a little introspection!
Reclaiming Your Wakanda: 5 Ways To Move To An African Country
Tangerine sunsets, bustling innovation, and evening chit chats amidst a cool African breeze. You can have all this and more if you move to the African continent
Pull out your notepad. We’re spilling the beans on what to do during your gap year!
South Africa study abroad programs are one of the newest, but hottest ways to do international study.
How does a sprinkling of excitement with a dash of African travel on your resume sound? If you’re ready for a taste, apply to an internship in Africa!
Afrobeat music. Powerful lectures. And afternoons visiting epic African heritage sites. Are you a student feeling pulled to life on the African continent? Follow that voice because when Africa calls you don’t ignore her!
“Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say goodnight till it be morrow.” Remember studying Shakespeare in high school lit class? Now imagine visiting Juliet’s home in real time. Do a gap year in Italy and you can actually make it happen!
I often hear African Americans talk of moving “back to Africa”. I listen to their romantic expectations. But I know continental life is no utopia.
Picture yourself drifting down the river Nile or riding camelback under the warm haze of a Sahara sunset...
...I just wanted to get off of that plane and be enveloped in the South African outdoors. To smell it. To feel it. To study the faces of these familiar but long lost cousins.
Baobab trees, stunning topography, and enough cultural diversity to make your head spin! #ThisIsAfrica
Whizzing down the slopes of the Alps... snorkeling through the waters off Indonesia… You’ve decided that taking a gap year in some far out locale is the fix your life needs. And while you’re wired about time off overseas, you’re feeling fuzzy about actually planning a gap year...
I’ve mingled with the modern, danced with the traditional, and dipped into the unknown.
Snow-capped mountains, jungle safaris, and getting your zen on in world renowned spirituality centers. A gap year in Nepal will take you from the highs of the Himalayas to the floors of hot yoga studios in Kathmandu...
American ideals of parenthood turned me into a ball of nerves as a first time parent. Yet, beautiful Namibia gave me no choice but to relax into motherhood on the African continent.
Have you been wondering if gap years really live up to all the hype? Feeling a little fuzzy about exactly what the advantages of taking gap year are? Sounds like you need a little pep talk before you spend your coins on world travel.
Thinking about volunteering abroad in Africa but unsure of what it will mean for your professional future? Here’s how to parlay a volunteering position into an official job.
Us, was only meant to blossom for one season.
And so I accepted, dreaming of a new summer.
This is a continent brimming with untapped potential. Are you ready to make a sustainable impact through service trips to Africa?
WHEN I FIRST MOVED TO NAMIBIA I was a twenty-six-year-old in escape mode.
I was just on the heels of...
Read on for our secrets on how to volunteer in Africa at an affordable cost.
Use the SMART goal setting technique to organize and develop a strategy for attaining them.
Mozambique is so much more than her balmy beaches and serene lakes. Read on to discover seven cultural festivals you don’t want to miss in Mozambique.
For this American, marrying into a Namibian tribe was a lesson in immersion and defiance.
There’s so much I didn’t know beforehand about teaching abroad in Namibia. Some of it is tough to admit! Here’s what I wish I’d known.
Let’s hash out some ways to fatten your wallet and learn how to cover the cost of a gap year!
What I’ve known to be familiar has been uprooted and twisted… twisted like the bark of the baobab tree I so love…
If news coverage and storytelling lights a spark in your soul and you’re ready to globalize your skills, what better way to develop your career than by doing a gap year journalism program?