This Airline Will Pay You $4,000 A Month To Travel This Summer

Is it just me, or does it feel like the year is flying by? Summer is literally around the corner, which means ‘operation Summer holiday planning’ is underway for many of us (plus operation bikini bootcamp, ugh). If you’re like me and haven’t booked your Summer vacation yet, or if you’re simply too broke to get your wanderlust on you may be in luck friends.

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Icelandic airline Wow Air is looking for two travel loving besties to move to Iceland and travel the world for free this Summer in exchange for blogging and vlogging their way throughout Iceland and some of Wow Air’s 38 destinations across Europe and North America.

Each traveller will receive a monthly salary of $3,300 euros (approx. $4,000 usd) and live in an apartment in downtown Reykjavik from June 1, 2018 – August 15, 2018. The lucky pair will also receive transportation.

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Apartment in Reykjavik where winners will be based

According to the website, your job will  be to create the ultimate travel guide consisting of:

  • Food: Find out the local secrets
  • Culture: How to act like a local
  • Nightlife: When and where to go…
  • Nature: Wildlife, parks and beaches
  • Transport: Uber, metro or bike?
  • Budget: Discover ways to stay on budget

How do you land the best summer job ever?

To apply, head over to the official competition website and upload a two-minute video offering travel tips about your hometown.

The deadline for entries is May 14, 2018.

Good luck!

 

 

 

 

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