Super sporty gappers are sure to love the opportunity to be outside and up and about on their gap year. Anyone interested in volunteering can sign up to the many sports coaching programmes around and help kids in developing countries become more confident through sport. Gap years are also a perfect time to complete those once in a lifetime achievements – scaling Mount Everest or Kilimanjaro for example.
Extreme sports lovers will of course have a field day on their gap year. Most head to New Zealand or Australia and skydive, paraglide, base jump or bungee jump off whatever they can find. Scuba diving is a hugely popular sport for gappers, and have you ever tried sand boarding in Peru? Check out Gaz Bourne’s article below for the lowdown.
If you’ve done the obligatory cycle trip of Barcelona and now want to get out the city and really get some speed up, check these routes out.
Australia's Gold Coast is renowned for its spotless, surf-ridden beaches, but which ones top the list and gain must-see status? These are the Gold Coast's best beaches.
Travel is all about broadening your horizons, and teaching yoga in India turned out to be an amazing way to discover the country and get in touch with an unknown spirituality.
The Africa Cup of Nations 2015 has started, offering a display of the world's most colourful football fans, and reminding everyone of the good things Africa has to offer.
Sandboarding, for the uninitiated, takes two forms. You can either stand strapped to a snowboard, or lie on a piece of plywood and go down head first. Either are amazing fun.
Our Pete, the lucky devil, recently joined the Snoworks Gap Instructor course in the amazing Tignes, France, and reports back here to let us know how he got on.
Skiing and snowboarding is easy in New Zealand, and whether your're a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, our guide will help you plan your ultimate winter adventure.
Summer is officially over and there’s an autumn chill to the air. If this is the first October in your life you’re not at school or college, make the most of it and get a job in a ski resort!
The surfing lifestyle complements the backpacking lifestyle perfectly. The ethos of travel runs deep and surfers are some of the most well-travelled people you'll ever meet.
Italian cyclist Vincenzo Nibali takes home the glory after winning the Tour De France 2014. Now that it's all over, we've looked back at 8 things you should know about this year's event.