Sunday, June 6, 2010
If the Socceroos Make the Quarter Finals, You Travel for Free with Real Gap.
To celebrate the launch of the tournament and to get behind our boys in South Africa, if you book a Real Gap trip by the start of Socceroos' second match against Ghana (4:00pm EST, June 19), and if Australia qualifies for the Quarter Finals, Real Gap will give you your money back and you'll be doing your Real Gap project for free: no strings attached.
Real Gap Experiences include volunteer work, working holidays, teaching English, learning languages or new skills, sports (teaching and learning) and adventure travel. There are over 160 experiences in over 40 countries to choose from, including working with lions and cheetahs in South Africa; learning Spanish in Peru or working with disadvantaged children in Tanzania.
The offer is valid if Australia reaches the Quarter Final of the tournament being held on either July 2 (Johannesburg) or July 3 (Cape Town). The total land value of the trip must be over $1350 and deposits must be paid by 4:00pm on June 19. The offer does not apply to flights.
For further information, visit www.realgap.com.au or call 1300 844 270.
Real Gap Experience is the UK's largest gap year travel company, catering specifically to post high-school or university 'gappers', as well as older 'career-breakers'. Real Gap offers experiences ranging from two weeks to two years in over 40 countries, including just about anything you'd want to do during a year 'off'.
Experiences include volunteer work, working holidays, teaching English, learning languages or new skills, sports (teaching and learning) and adventure travel - there are over 160 experiences to choose from.
Real Gap will officially launch in Australia in July, 2010 and will operate out of the same office as sister company, i-to-i, which specialises in volunteer travel for all ages.
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