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Volunteering at Offbeat Horse Safari in Kenya and Empowerment Centre in India

So the biggest tip I can give anyone planning their gap year now is don’t be afraid to put down some roots for a while; the time will fly by (and I mean fly) and you will come back with far richer experiences having done more than skip through the main tourist attractions and snapped a few selfies with some locals. Whether you decide to volunteer for a charity, find a job, or just make a base to venture out from, it will be worth it. Even better if you can make this relevant to your future vocation; after all, your gap year is a rare chance to do something completely different.

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