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Gap Year DIY is turning the gap year world upside down as it links the traveller with worldwide travel opportunities directly…

It has come about as a response to the demand and needs of the independent, confident traveller who wants to: travel, volunteer, work, intern and adventure overseas and doesn’t require any back up, support or structure.

So if you fit the description of an independent, confident traveller then Gap Year DIY will be your web nirvana.

How? What is Gap Year DIY All About?

Gap Year DIY is a platform which puts you directly in contact with organisations and people all around the world that have volunteering, working, adventure or other exciting opportunities to offer.

No middlemen, no commission costs.

Just to make the site extra ‘penny savvy’ Gap Year DIY has linked up with STA Travel, Howies, Ridgemont and Objective Gap Safety to complete the needs of an independent traveller, who are all providing unique discounts and services for the DIY customers.

Cost wise, you will save money at every point.

Why? What makes Gap Year DIY unique?

You may be thinking that there are already plenty of companies that offer these sorts of opportunities, so what makes Gap Year DIY any different?

Well, what makes us different is that almost all of the opportunities on offer on Gap Year DIY are posted directly by the source overseas. There will no middleman, commission or agency fees to be paid.

Gap Year DIY gives you the chance to plan your gap year your own way:

  • You may want to spend a few weeks of your travels doing some volunteering or working, but then continue to travel independently.
  • Find opportunities to fit into your time scales and indeed find them as you travel.

Where can Gap Year DIY take me?

Gap Year DIY currently has opportunities in over twenty different countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Central and South America, and this is expanding everyday.

Trending at the moment:

Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy

Hotel Management position in Kenya.

This opportunity is unique to GapYearDIY and gives you the chance to work on a famous rhino conservancy at the foot of Mount Kenya.  You will live and work amoungst the dynamic team who are running the conservation and the safari lodge operation. Daily encounters with endangered wildlife is a guarantee.

Take me there ->

Ski Chalet Host in Chatel, France
Chalet Host – Portes du Soleil, France.

This is the perfect way to nail a ski season by working mornings and evenings in a beautiful renovated farmhouse in the heart of the French village of la Chapelle d’Abondance, Chatel.

You will be part of a small team, have access to a car.

Take me there ->

The Pupu Rangi Nature Sanctuary in New Zealand
Wildlife conservation post.

The Pupu Rangi Nature Sanctuary needs volunteers to help protect and care for rescued wildlife.  The sanctuary is off-the-grid, in dense jungle-like forest providing a challenging experience and opportunity for nature lovers.

Take me there ->

Other recent opportunities that have come on board:

Teaching and mentoring job for orphaned adolescents in Rwanda.
– £280 per week to cover board and lodging.

Take me there ->

Help conserve and protect sea turtles in Costa Rica.
– $38 per day to cover board and lodging.

Take me there ->

Animal rescue conservation in the Amazon.
– $285 per week to cover food and accommodation.

Take me there ->

Medical elective jobs in Jaipur, India.
– from $320 per week to cover board and lodging.

Take me there ->

Join our community now to be the first to hear of new opportunities.

If you need any help or have any questions then please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us – we’d love to hear from you.

Gap Year DIY Team.



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