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Responsible Travel

Safe Gap Year & Burma

At Safe Gap Year our personal experience demonstrates how independent travel can change the lives of participants through the perspective it gives us.

This is often best demonstrated by the work or volunteering undertaken and encounters with local people leading to life-long commitments to projects and charities around the world.

These commitments follow very personal decisions made by the individual; those we have chosen to feature or support are as a result of just such experiences:

 

The Burma Campaign UK

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Safe Gap Year & Mongolia

At Safe Gap Year our personal experience demonstrates how independent travel can change the lives of participants through the perspective it gives us.

This is often best demonstrated by the work or volunteering undertaken and encounters with local people leading to life-long commitments to projects and charities around the world.

These commitments follow very personal decisions made by the individual; those we have chosen to feature or support are as a result of just such experiences:

 

The Christina Nobel Children’s Foundation

Ethical & Responsible Travel

Ethical and responsible travel does not need to be boring and it certainly doesn’t take the fun out of travel; in fact it adds a sense of satisfaction which can’t be gained any other way.

So what does it all mean?

Tourism is one of the world’s biggest industries, worth hundreds of billions of dollars worldwide.

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