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Go to a Travel Talk, Leave With a Travel Plan

January 22, 2010

If you’re a student in Canada, check out this list of free Travel Talks for a city near you. The talks take place year round and are hosted by Travel CUTS. Topics include:

  • East Africa Trekking and Wildlife
  • India and South East Asia
  • Gap Year Abroad
  • Tucan Travel
  • Adventure Travel
  • SWAP – Student Work Abroad Programs

The talks are co-sponsored by Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, so you’re sure to get the most relevant, up-to-date travel details possible. If you’re deciding where your next big trip will take you, these talks will help you explore your possibilities and see how far you can get, and for how long, on a budget that works for you.

And if you’ve decided where you want to go, but your parents still need convincing, showing them that you’ve done your travel homework can’t hurt.

2 comments

  1. I agree that you should plan your trip in advance. My family and I planned a 3 week vacation to the southwest to see the Grand Canyon, Arches, Zion National Park, Mesa Verde and 5 other national parks. The cool thing is that we made the trip including motels and gas for a total cost of less than $3,500! We got memories that will last a lifetime. Planning your trip will make sure you don’t miss something and will save you money.


  2. Good article. It is very important to have a good travel plan especially when going to a place for the first time. And ofcourse its always better to do a quick research before leaving.



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