TESOL Course Students – Top 4 Travel Blogs!

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Traveling for TESOL Students

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine

For most TESOL certification students, part of the English teaching journey will include overseas travel. What better way to plan your trip than with the first-hand knowledge and advice of others? Get all the latest tips for travel plus insider info on untouched destinations, over-hyped destinations and everything else in between.

TESOL Courses Blog #1

Nomadic Matt

Matt’s blog is current ranked as one of the top travel blogs in the world. It takes a personalised view of travel and offers great perspective and advice on where to go and what to do. The blog has everything from tips to get the cheapest flight (great for TESOL certification students on a budget!), choosing a backpack, how to avoid bank feels when traveling, picking a great tour and destinations for Teaching English overseas. There is also a comprehensive list of destination guides, travel planning services, blog posts that answer every question imaginable and entertaining videos. It really is your one stop shop for travel.

TESOL Courses Blog #2

Everything Everywhere

‘Everything Everywhere’ has been featured in just about every large publication, including Time, National Geographic Adventure, CNN and BBC. The blog features ‘best of’ posts which look at a variety of countries around the world, as well as travel tips, suggestions and commentary.

TESOL Courses Blog #3

Fluent In 3 Months

‘Fluent in 3 Months’ is a blog by Benny Lewis, a serial traveller and master of the language (he speaks fluently in 8! English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Esperanto, German, Irish, Mandarin, Dutch). The blog has some great resources for those wanting to learn another language and interested in language lessons (though TESOL Course students need not know a second language, this a great tool to make you feel more at home in another country!). The combination of personal stories, advice and awesome language tips makes this blog a must if you are considering a move overseas to Teach English!

TESOL Courses Blog #4

Nomadic Samuel

Nomadic Samuel is another one of the world’s top travel blogs. There are a variety of great resources available to TESOL Course students, including travel stories and resources and photo and video blogs. There is also an advice section with great information detailing how to travel on a budget, tips for better photography, how to blog, English Language Teaching info (great for TESOL Course Students!) and destination advice.

TESOL COURSE TOP TIP: Check out the ‘travel blogs to watch in 2013’ for a list of the newest up and coming travel stories! And remember…

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

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  • Anne says:

    Just wondering if there will be any Cert !V TESOL courses offered for 2015.

    • William Cowie William Cowie says:

      Hi Anne,

      We will offer Certificate IV in TESOL training in 2015! We have online training available all the time, so you can start straight away. We also have some workshops available, 2015 dates to be advised. Please visit the course page (Certificate IV in TESOL course) and grab a free info pack for more information.


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