Traveling the world is a dream for many, but an achievement few accomplish. Unless you live an extremely blessed life, traveling the world just isn’t an option due to time and money constraints. If only people could work while they travel… Well friends, that might be option! Check out these 10 companies that allow you to work while they help you travel the world!
Always searching for loyal staff, Diverbo is a great company that mainly requires dedication over anything else. The simple facts are: you get room and board in a foreign country and all you must do is converse with other students in your native language (English). Sounds pretty simple to us!
If you have an interest in cultural exchange while helping communities, Workaway is looking for you. They’re active in 155 countries, so you certainly have your options. Just make sure you’re ready to break a little sweat because Workaway lives up to its name.
This is a company that focuses on assisting Australian farmers. If you have always dreamed of living in the outback and don’t mind being a farmhand, HelpX will let you help these farmers with a wide range of tasks.
If you’re an outgoing and keen individual who doesn’t mind public speaking, this might just be the company for you! At Explorica, you can host tour groups in all corners of the world. You’re working, but also learning and experiencing a whole new culture!
While a niche market, traveling nurses are wanted all over the world. What a cool way to spend time in all different types of environments. Of course, you must be a people person and generally like to be around different personalities, but all in all, a great new adventure!
International Volunteer HQ
This company charges simple fees, but the connections you make with people around the world are timeless. You also have many choices when it comes to participating in diverse volunteering opportunities.
While HelpX focuses on the outback, African Impact centers around the gorgeous Savannah. There you can see all sorts of exotic wildlife, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Who doesn’t love sea turtles? This company travels to locations like South America and Costa Rica, ensuring the health and safety of native sea turtles in an ocean of ever-growing pollution.
Volunteer work is not only a great way to meet new people and network, but it also lets you travel the world. There are many great organizations out there that really make a difference on the communities they visit. So, do some research, and find your next destination!