Work permit approved, flight booked, resume written, travel insurance purchased…time to start thinking about the fun stuff. Here are my top seven Canadian experiences not to miss out on while you’re here!
Applying for a Working Holiday Visa for New Zealand is much more straightforward than some of the other working holiday programs. Read on to find out how you can fly off to New Zealand to work and travel for up to 12/23 months.
Along with filing taxes, buying travel insurance is likely to be the least exciting part of your working holiday but it is important to have, Here’s what to look for when researching which working holiday travel insurance policy to buy.
Even if you’ve never considered any kind travelling or backpacking, going on a working holiday* may well be on the best things you ever do. Don’t believe me? Read this and don’t delay….once you turn 31, the options become limited.
The Ultimate Guide to a Working Holiday in Canada is a 100 page full-length eBook offering a kick-start to your IEC working holiday. This guide includes everything you need to know about applying for the IEC, moving to Canada, travelling the country and more