Travel, Study, Live & Work Overseas

The International Wanderer is dedicated to providing you with all the information you need to travel, live or work overseas no matter what country you want to be in. No matter what stage in your life, whether you are looking to study overseas or retire abroad, we hope to act as a resource for international travellers from all countries. With the world becoming a smaller and more accessible place, living overseas is no longer an oddity. The world is your oyster – discover it with The International Wanderer.

Teach English Abroad

5 Facts About Teaching English Abroad in 2015

We are two months into the new year and you might be feeling a little restless about this time. Whether you are a newbie fresh out of university, a working professional or just one that roams the earth, we all know that there are so many fascinating places on this planet to explore. It's no wonder that more and more individuals each year from the West decide to roll the dice and live abroad. After all, you only live once and no one wants to be that person who regrets NOT doing the things that he or she always wanted to do.

Portovenere Italy

Porto Venere - a little jewel on the Ligurian coast

While visiting Italy in the fall of 2013, I had an opportunity to visit the region of Cinque Terre in Liguria. I was amazed to find myself amongst pastel coloured houses and breath-taking views. The Cinque Terre was a trigger for me to visit the unexplored regions around that area. One such trigger led me to Porto Venere.

Where are you from?

Working Holiday Visas

To help get you started: search to find out which countries offer working holiday visas - under a working holiday visa scheme or seasonal work programme - that you may be able to apply for. Simply enter your country of origin (the country for which you hold a valid passport) to view the opportunities available to you.

Map of Plugs

What plug goes where?

This useful image shows what plug you will need when traveling to different regions of the world. We suggest purchasing a suitable plug adapter at the airport or your local travel shop before you leave.

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The world is your oyster and you have the ability and the freedom (yes, unfortunately some a lot more than others) to do anything or go anywhere.



Work abroad, study abroad, learn abroad, teach abroad, volunteer abroad, intern abroad

Are you looking for a job abroad, an internship overseas, somewhere to study abroad or to go on a learning vacation. Or you are looking for somewhere to volunteer as you travel the world? Check our our opportunity listings to help your wanderings get started!

The 50 best ski resorts

The 50 Best ski resorts

Whether you’re a beginner headed for the nursery slopes or a black run aficionado, Sarah Barrell and our panel of ski experts have the lowdown on the best places to go in Europe – whatever your budget.

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The International Wanderer is an ideal platform to reach potential markets. Our visitors from all over the world search through our many pages to find inspiration, information and resources to help them travel and/or live abroad. All our advertisers are also promoted via social media.

Driving Abroad

Driving Abroad

Are you planning to drive abroad? If so, it's a good idea to familiarise yourself with local driving rules before you go.

Even if you regularly drive abroad - it's still important as it is if you're planning your first trip because rules and requirements change. 

Before you take off

Please contact us if you believe information on this page is incorrect, misleading or offensive, or if something important is missing.

The International Wanderer aims to provide you with up to date and accurate information. However, content is submitted by writers/wanderers from all over the globe. Sometimes we will get it wrong. Furthermore, working holiday and other visa opportunities and requirements (or numbers allocated) may change. New working holiday agreements are constantly being negotiated between countries. We suggest that you contact the nearest consulate or embassy of the country you wish to visit to ensure you have the most recent and accurate information. For further information about this website see our Terms & Conditions.