Want to Travel the World? Here Are Some Helpful Resources

Do you have a dream of traveling the world? If you do, these resources will help you out, according to the Huffington Post. First of all, you might need a way to bring in income. The American International English Teachers Association will help you get a job teaching students English as a second language. If you have a college degree and you are a native English speaker, you may very well be able to find a job that will also offer you housing. The association will also take care of getting you a visa.

You can also join the Peace Corps. The Peace Corps does not charge you, and they will make sure that you will actually benefit other communities. There are other benefits, such as student loan benefits. You will also get access to housing and dental help.

If you want, you can join The Federation of World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms. They will help you connect with farms around the world so you can get an idea of what the earth is like and work on a farm.

Another thing that you may want to check out is called Escape the City. Escape the City will help you find jobs in remote locations. If you want to have a good job and a good career, but you want to find it in a place that is away from the hustle and bustle and noise of the city, you can find it on Escape the City.

Best Travel Destinations In 2018 Revealed In New National Geographic Survey

National Geographic editors just released their 21 picks for the best travel destinations in 2018. While there are a few mainstream cities on this list, editors tried to choose mostly “off the beaten path” destinations.

First on this list of 2018 holiday locations is the city of Harar, Ethiopia. Located in the eastern section of the African nation, Harar is considered one of the holiest cities by Muslims with a total of 82 mosques. Besides visiting the city’s marvelous historic sites, Harar is known for its exceptional coffee and local hyenas.

Number two on this travel list is the Jujuy Province in northwestern Argentina. Ideal for nature lovers, Jujuy Province has some of the most colorful mountains and intriguing rock formations in the world.

Editors chose the capital Tbilisi in the country of Georgia as their third place travel pick. On the banks of the Mtkvari River, Tbilisi has many fascinating museums and beautiful cathedrals to tour. Tbilisi is also famous for its sulfur baths, glorious wine, and delicious cuisine.

Although Sydney, Australia, is an obvious tourist draw, National Geographic editors put it in fourth place due to draw attention to the Opera House’s latest renovation. That’s right, Sydney’s world-renowned Opera House just finished a $273-million renovation that includes a new foyer and state-of-the-art acoustics.

From number five to number twenty-one, here are the rest of the cities on National Geographic’s 2018 destinations list: Oaxaca, Mexico; Vienna, Austria; Oahu, Hawaii; Malmo, Sweden; Jordan Trail; Dublin, Ireland; Madagascar; Santiago, Chile; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Cleveland, Ohio; Tetouan, Morocco; Seoraksan National Park, South Korea; Albania; San Antonio, Texas; Labrador, Canada; Friesland, Netherlands; and Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.

Winter Destinations for Budget Travelers

December marks the time when people start looking around for an escape to the sun. Luckily, there are many places in the world that have their best weather of the year at this time. Here are some of the best winter destinations for budget travelers.

Phuket, Thailand

Winter is a spectacular time to visit Phuket. Temperatures are moderate, ranging from 80°F to 70°F. Airfares and hotel rates are quite reasonable up until just a few days before Christmas. The weekend before Christmas is when the peak season starts, so it is important to book early to get a good deal.

Puerto Rico

The Carribean island of Puerto Rico is normally viewed as a warm vacation spot during summer. However, there are many reasons to visit the place during winter. First, you can travel to Puerto Rico in less than four hours much more easily during winter. This is because there are frequent and direct flights to Luis Muñoz International Airport in San Juan during this season. Secondly, the cool weather makes rainforest hiking (especially through El Yunque) the ideal wintertime activity.

Another benefit of visiting Puerto Rico is that U.S. citizens do not need a passport to visit and you don’t get to lose any money on currency exchange since the United States currency is the legal tender in the island.

Other places worth considering include Costa Rica, Cancun, Mexico; Madeira, Portugal; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain; Cape Town, South Africa.