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Top 5 Destination Cities for Your Trip to Canada

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Tuesday, 11 November 2014 - Comments Off on Top 5 Destination Cities for Your Trip to Canada

Vancouver Royal Yacht Club

Canada is known for its spectacular scenery and international cities that provide a wide range of activities for travelers of all tastes

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Visa Restrictions and Updates in Thailand

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 23 October 2014 - 4 Comments

Thailand Longboat

All sorts of changes are going on in Thailand at present. Since the unsurprising coup on May 22nd, the new military junta have actually become quite popular for cracking down on a burgeoning litany of vice and lax law enforcement. Everything, it seems, is being cleaned up; from the Phuket…

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6 Once-In-A-Lifetime Vacations National Geographic Says You Should Take

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 20 February 2014 - Comments Off on 6 Once-In-A-Lifetime Vacations National Geographic Says You Should Take

National Geographic Inspired Vacations

Have you ever flipped through a National Geographic magazine, looking at breath-taking photos and wishing, “I wish I could go there.” Well, you’re not the only one who wistfully reads the magazine, dreaming of exotic vacations and serene views. Luckily, National Geographic has composed a list of interesting places to visit all throughout the world, and even offer these vacations fully planned for travelers.

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How 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking is Slowly Chipping Gender Gap of Trekking in Nepal

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 6 February 2014 - 1 Comment

Trekking the Himalayas with 3 Sisters

In Nepal, the trekking industry continues to be a business dominated by men. There aren’t many women trekkers looking to explore the Himalayas, but in spite of that fact, three sisters didn’t think it was fair for females to be discriminated. Ergo, they decided to fund “3 Sisters Adventure Trekking”, a business that was meant to offer trips for women.

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Salina’s Weekend: Horse Trekking in Africa

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Friday, 24 January 2014 - Comments Off on Salina’s Weekend: Horse Trekking in Africa

Lesotho Landscape

After two hair-raising hours trekkers will finally arrive at God Help Me Pass, a mountain pass in western Lesotho, a country entirely surrounded by South Africa. The trip will likely include a score of souls, a dozen discontented insults, and a bus driver whose animated hands regularly leave the steering wheel to gesticulate at the young women he was chatting up.

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InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest Now Open!

Feature - Thursday, 3 October 2013 - Comments Off on InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest Now Open!

International Student Travel Video Contest

The eighth annual InternationalStudent.com Travel Video Contest is now open! Students have the chance to win a $4,000 grand prize, a Viewer’s Choice Award, and other running prizes. The rules are simple, if you are planning on studying abroad, InternationalStudent.com wants the best video you can make that tells about…

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“Study Abroad” After School’s Out With a Home Swap

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 8 August 2013 - 1 Comment

Croatie Casa Knok

Interested to learn how you can still study abroad even if you’re already out of school or university? We bring you a guest post from Rachel Papernick with tips on taking advantage of home exchanges, and how they can help you to keep traveling! Immersion Nostalgia I will never forget my…

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Hugaround: Making People Feel Connected Around the World

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Monday, 5 August 2013 - Comments Off on Hugaround: Making People Feel Connected Around the World

HugAround America Tour 2013 Donation

Have you ever wanted to connect with others around the world? How would you go about it in a way that sets you apart from the crowd? Today on GoAbroad we bring you some inspiration from Laurel Thouin, a traveler who is sure to inspire. We’re pretty sure he’ll also bring a…

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Llegar Muy Lejos: Go Far

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 17 July 2013 - Comments Off on Llegar Muy Lejos: Go Far

Walking the Streets of Paris

Today’s contributor is Kevin Land, a University of California-Berkeley graduate who studied abroad in Barcelona. In his post, Kevin tells students the most important things to keep in mind while studying abroad. The above photograph was taken during a visit to the beautiful Catalonian Pueblo of Montblanc. My study abroad program…

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Post Civil Conflict: Rebuilding Education in Northern Uganda

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Tuesday, 16 July 2013 - Comments Off on Post Civil Conflict: Rebuilding Education in Northern Uganda

Post Civil Conflict, Teacher Exchange

Today on GoAbroad we bring you a guest post by Catherine Hanna, of the Invisible Children’s Teacher Exchange Program. Catherine discusses how the Teacher Exchange Program (TEX) began as a professional development opportunity both for Ugandan and North American teachers, and is now helping to rebuild education in Northern Uganda.  Over two decades…

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