Why Travel to Learn a Language?


If you are serious about life and wish to learn other languages, learn about other cultures and boost your confidence, then expand your horizons by taking that first step and discover yourself and the world.

The world is full of adventure – all you need to do is seize the many opportunities! Why not learn Arabic in Amman, Jordan, and explore Petra, one of the Wonders of the World? Why not Learn Mandarin in Beijing and try to walk the entire Great Wall of China? There is something satisfying about traveling around a foreign country and being able to communicate with the locals.  Simply knowing how to say ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’ in Thai, or to order a coffee in Guatemala using your newly-learned Spanish is an experience in itself. At the same time, you will have an opportunity to immerse yourself in exotic cultures and your taste buds will be constantly surprised by the flavors the world has to offer. Overcoming the challenges of learning a new language in a foreign country will open up so many doors that you never thought possible.

The world has become smaller due to the many means of communication channels that bring us closer. Having language fluency on your resume will not only increase your chances of getting that top job, it will also allow you to become a more confident communicator. Traveling provides you with the opportunity to expand your knowledge of languages, and offers you an opportunity to have the ultimate adventure. Traveling also allows you to create meaningful relationships with people and your new friends will give you a different perspective of life outside your home town, and will help you to better understand, learn and appreciate this world we share and the people we share it with.

Traveling gives you a feeling of accomplishment, and builds your confidence in your ability to achieve anything you set your mind to. Traveling to learn a language will create memories of a lifetime and give you plenty of stories to bring home. Are you ready to experience something you never knew existed? Your stories are your life, why not make your story more interesting?

Aimee Holmes – Travel Agency Manager
Languages Abroad / Teenagers Abroad

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