In a nutshell we are trading once again and getting gap year travellers out to Costa Rica, Kenya and Namibia, so things are looking up.
How have we done this you might well ask - well, we've pushed hard over the last few months, completing extensive covid risk assessments, are only working with those who will agree to refund if we can't go and the biggest news of all is that we have secured you insurance despite the FCDO advice. Things are looking good through the Leap lens. Because we send teams of volunteers, to live in Leap houses, with leap staff and transport we can easily create "leap bubbles" to minimise the risk of covid but to create social environments. For more information about our risk assessments click here -
In fact my key message is this - the surge of booking over the last few months has been overwhelming so don't hang about, get yourself on one of our teams or waiting lists.
The other thing we have done is create a Leap VIP - a travel advice hub area for all the independent gap year students out there. Mindful that we have to help as no one knows where to go or what to do. This worries us as the gapper of 2021 needs to have confidence and hope - for they can travel, they just need to know how and where.
MidLifer we know 2 weeks of quarantine isn't sustainable for family or work commitments, but as soon as this lifts we will fire up inspirational experiences for you, so keep the dream alive for we will Leap again and keep in touch.
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on 04 / 11 / 2020