Would You Travel The World For Money?

30 April, 2018, 11:55 | Author: Kathy Ellis
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They would also be put up by the airline in downtown Reykjavik.

WOW Air, a low-priced carrier based in Iceland, is offering two lucky persons the chance to go all around the world for free when you become their WOW Air "Travel Guide". This can either be two content creators, or one that wants to bring a friend along for the adventure. From there, winners will travel to four destinations in Iceland, as well as eight random Wow destinations (there are 38 to choose from) across Europe and North America, then blog and vlog about their experiences as a Wow Air "travel guide".

Oh, and you'll also get paid $4,500 a month. The candidates would have to explore the food, culture, nightlife, nature destinations, and the best ways to travel and discover ways to travel on a budget of the countries they explore.

The successful applicants will be required to document their trips, capturing short videos and writing budget-friendly travel tips to create guides for the destinations they visit.

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Entries are open worldwide from 23 April - 14 May 2018.

The Icelandic airline posted the job earlier this week and will accept applications until May 14, with the victor being announced on May 18.

So, grab those video cameras and head outside and show them why you should land this truly Dream Job (and if you need a "travel buddy" to join you, send me an email).

Some of the destinations include New York City, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, London. honestly, nearly every city or country you have dreamt of vacationing at. The lucky victor will be announced on May 18th and your travel mission will begin on June 1st and end on August 15th.



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