We provide up to date Working Holiday & Youth Mobility visa information to young travelers.
Who are we?
We are a Kiwi / Danish couple who met 9 years ago when Maria (From Denmark) was taking a working holiday gap year in New Zealand. We wouldn’t have been able to meet or stay together for this long without the working holiday visas. We have lived in Denmark, New Zealand, Australia and Germany thanks to the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) which is the ground pillar for working holiday visas between the countries.
We now want to help fellow travelers to begin their working holiday journey of a lifetime!
What is a Working Holiday visa / Youth Mobility Programme
Partnering countries negotiate the visa criteria and the application process so that young individuals can have an extended holiday in each other’s country. This is done on an individual country basis which is why the visa application process varies for each country (e.g. Australians to Canada, Australians to Austria, Australians to Peru, etc.).
A list of participating Working Holiday countries can be found here
There is a trend started by Canada to increase the maximum age limit criteria of Working Holiday visa’s from 30 up to 35. We can only hope for more partnering countries to adopt this change! 🙂
See our Blog for new Working Holiday & Youth Mobility visa announcements
Where do we get the information from?
We know how difficult it can be to find the right visa for you when you want to avoid going to a visa travel agency. The Foreign Affair departments of the countries you wish to go to are either difficult to understand or they just don’t provide any specific details.
This is where we come in.
We have saved you the trouble to find the cryptic information about visa rules. We gather all the working holiday visa information from each country’s respective Foreign Affairs Ministry / Embassies.
You can therefore trust our information on this website 100% as the visa information directly comes from the official departments. We continuously update the website, as visa rules changes from country to country.