Taking Gap Year Travel in Africa

| April 8, 2010

There are many who wish to take a gap year from their job or education. There are lots to do in the world when one wants to take a break from the things they do in life. With the help of The Leap one can do lots of things in the year that they take off. They offer a great combination of eco-tourism, conservation and community projects in all parts of the country so that the break is not only very enjoyable but also very exciting and adventurous. They have many opportunities in eco tourism where one can involve themselves in the lodges in the jungle and also the safari camps. The break from work or studies can be easily spent in Africa. The gap year Africa has so much to do for everyone with the wildlife and the safari camps.

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Another morning out on safari! | Click to Enlarge :O

The experience one can get in the community projects is also simply amazing. One can work on the animal species that are endangered or also help the injured animals to rehabilitate. There are also many programs on anti poaching measures in countries like Venezuela and South Africa. Gap year travel is a great way to spend the break. The Leap offers many destinations in different countries giving every individual the choice to choose as per what they like and also what they would like to do in the gap year. There are many leaps one can choose from and irrespective of which one you choose you will have lots to do in the break that you take from your career. The programs give a unique experience undoubtedly and there is lot of adventure and excitement involved in all activities. One for sure learns a lot and that also by enjoying.

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An enjoyable cool down at Leapers base | Click to Enlarge :O

The Leap is undoubtedly the best place for you when you are planning on taking a year off and are thinking of what to do in that year so that the gap does not go waste. There will be a lot of variety in whichever leap you choose and the sense of fun and enjoyment will also be great. So if you are bored and planning to take a year off then go to The Leap and find the best program which will suit your needs and accelerate your learning curve with a lot of thrill and fun.

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Found while out on safari – vets at the ready | Click to Enlarge :O

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A proud team of South African Leapers | Click to Enlarge :O

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A spectacular sight out on safari at Krugar National Park | Click to Enlarge :O

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Safari at Kwa Madwala | Click to Enlarge :O

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Hello! | Click to Enlarge :O

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Conservation on the Reserve | Click to Enlarge :O

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Teaching at the school | Click to Enlarge :O

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The Leapers get Leaping! | Click to Enlarge :O

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Bungy jumping is optional! | Click to Enlarge :O

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A bird in the rehabilitation centre | Click to Enlarge :O

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Time out – white water rafting | Click to Enlarge :O

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Category: Africa, Featured, Travel

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  1. Eddie Tours says:

    Wow, this is amazing. This must have been an enthralling travel in Africa. I have felt like I was part of the Gap Year Travel in Africa this time. Nature is truly amazing in Africa. Pretty good photos. Thanks for sharing with us. I am pleased!

  2. That’s absolutely true. I have been reading a lot about African safaris recently as I really dream to become a frequent eco-tourist (as yet i’m not one). But I got to know they offer walking safaris, jeep rides, even interacting with the animals and touching them. The lodges as they say, are excellent and such accommodations and camp sites are available at almost every safari… Great!

  3. Nice post.Thank you for taking the time to publish this information very useful! I’m still waiting for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post thanks

  4. Remi Online says:

    great pictures!thanks for sharing it with us