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Meet Our Team: Anaïs

Anaïs Chabaud is GoCambio’s France Country Manager. After growing up in Limoges, central France, she moved to the busy and beautiful Paris to study marketing, all before spending a wonderful year in the US as an au pair. Today, Anaïs lives in Ireland, but she has lots of new adventures planned! What made you decide to work for Read More

GoCambio Shortlisted for the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards

We recently published a blog post featuring a whole bunch of hilarious, inspiring and unique aspects that characterise us as a company and explain why all of us love working here so much. In light of recent events, here’s another point we should have added to our list (there’s always Part 2): You know you Read More

GoCambio Partners with Holly & Hugo

GoCambio’s mission is a simple one: to connect the millions of people who want to learn new skills with the millions of people who travel in search of unique and independent experiences.   You see, we believe that everybody’s got something worth sharing. Whether you’re a dab hand at calligraphy, a whizz in the kitchen Read More

Meet Our Team: Emma

Emma Power is GoCambio’s resident wordsmith. With a knack for knowing exactly how to put what you’re thinking into words, not to mention coming up with the best puns, Emma is responsible for a lot of the copy and blog posts you see on our website. Keep reading to find out about the one thing she’s dying Read More

Parents: Save Bucketloads This Summer by Hosting a Cambio for Your Kids

Ah, the summer holidays. When the family is all together, the sun is shining, and the days are warm and long. And the wallets are feeling pretty empty… Having your kids at home over the summer is a welcome change, but if you’re a working parent then it can also be tough. You need to Read More

How Becoming a Homestay Host Will Combat Your Post-Travel Blues

Have you just returned home after an eye-opening, life-changing experience travelling abroad? Perhaps you embarked on a six month-long backpacking trip through South America, a culturally immersive volunteering stint in Asia, or a working holiday in the UK. Whatever it is you did, chances are you’re probably wishing you were still there: In a place where you’re Read More

Of Fire and Fairytales: Celebrating Walpurgis Night

On the evening of the 30th of April, many towns and cities in Central and Northern Europe come alive with spectacular bonfires, choral concerts and some pretty crazy antics led by university students. Haven’t heard of it? Well, it’s time to mark it in your calendar because you’re missing out on one of the biggest parties of the Read More

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